It may come as a surprise to you that Pitbull is the owner of a Miami restaurant. What shouldn’t shock you, however, is that his establishment is as much of a party as any of his concerts are.
The star of the show at Pitbull’s restaurant, ilov305, is a smashing dessert centerpiece. Called the Mr. Worldwide Piñata, it consists of a $58 platter that features a dark and white chocolate orb you have to break open at the table.
Inside of the party ball is an assortment of berries, cookie morsels, mini churros, and sprinkles that spill out onto the tray below. There’s more of the same accoutrements served below the sphere, alongside chocolate, raspberry, and caramel sauces you can dip the sugary shards of your cracked piñata into.
This was by far the most polarizing presidential election of our lifetime. Regardless of what side you were passionately rooting for or against like a crazed sports fan, a new president was announced. Expectedly, half the country was going to be pissed, no matter the outcome.
Last night, everyone was jacked up on Mountain Dew, and we thought you’d like to take a break from hours of CNN and FOX News predictions, and watch people freak out over a random candy-filled pinata, creepily placed in the middle of a sidewalk.
The party store across the street from our office could not sell its Donald Trump-looking pinatas fast enough, and we were able to get our hands on one. We stuffed it with popular Mexican candy, and let the citizens of our country do what they pleased with it yesterday evening.
We attached the adorable Donald to a tree, put a “Candy” sign on him, left a metal tube nearby, and just waited.
If you’re a fan of Napoleon Dynamite, you know how people “do things down in Juarez,” so no harm done, right?
It took a little while, but eventually passersby grabbed the bat and went apeshit on the Trump pinata.
There were a few times we thought the police were going to come by and investigate. Also, we’re next to a federal building and stuff like this usually freaks people out, but whatever. Thug life. People ended up just taking it as good fun. I mean, how can you say no to free Mexican candy inside a pinata?
If you were anti-Trump, this might be a little therapeutic. If you’re pro-Trump, hopefully you’re at least pro-Mexican candy as well.
Check out the Facebook stream below. You can probably skip forward to around the 35:00 minute mark, the 40:00 minute mark where these adorable kids took some shots, the 45:00 minute point where people just grabbed candy and took off, and around the 49:00 minute mark where a grandma finally took him down and let all the candy pour out:
In anticipation of their retail launch on May 5, Taco Bell mailed us a bottle of the blue-green cult soda… stuffed into a piñata. Naturally, our curiosity was piqued. Since it was Friday and happy hour officially started at 11 am at our office, we decided to find out what would happen if we threw a piñata with Mtn Dew Baja Blast innards off our building’s roof.
Let’s take a trip back into time: It’s your best friend’s 3rd-grade birthday party, and you’re in the backyard with colorful streamers, pizza stains on your favorite outfit, and a mouth painted in fruit punch. Then, someone’s mother announces, “It’s time for the piñata!” and kids line up to take a swing at the brightly-colored, paper mache figure hanging from up above the party. Now, you know what happens next: Everyone scrambles to grab their fill of sweets as the piñata rattles and all that priceless gold candy, falls to the ground.
Just short of getting an actual piñata at your next party, you can recreate that magical moment — with the Piñata Cake.
For those with a sweet tooth (or those who are just craving a bit of nostalgia), Victoria of A Subtle Revelry has created a sweet and unassuming cake filled with candy. But we’re not talking your standard chocolate filling here — we mean fully-wrapped snickers bars, lollipops, jelly beans and M&Ms. Curious about how she managed to make it all work? Impressed by her creative knack and artful design? Hungry and want the recipe? Peep the recipe here.
So you say you’re not a huge margarita or Corona drinker, yet you want to celebrate Cinco de Mayo without a hangover? Make Piñata Cookies and surprise your friends and family with something special!
This is the first time we’ve seen a cookie that’s just as colorful on the outside as it is on the inside and we couldn’t be any more stoked on the idea. These sugar cookies are filled with M&M’s but you can really hide any type of mini candy. The recipe and awesome step-by-step directions are provided by the talented Sandra Denneler.