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Tamago Sliders Are The Egg Sandwich Game Changer

Probably one of the most common ingredient in any culture is the beloved egg. Versatile for thousands of recipes, it could be argued that any dish could be elevated with a little egg in it.

Such is @Dandy.Eats‘ innovation she calls Tamago Sliders.

In the latest Foodbeast Recipe challenge, the team was challenged to come up with an egg recipe from home.

One of the standouts was hands down these Tamago Sliders, made with fresh sushi-grade salmon and topped with ikura.

Man alive.

Check out the video above to see exactly how Kimberly pulled off this mouthwatering feat.

This week’s hearty line up of recipes is also composed of dishes such as a Basil Mozzarella Omelet Egg Roll, Nopales con Huevo, Oyakodon, Egg Jello Shots, and Bacon & Egg Rice Bars.

Foodbeast chefs that participated in the egg challenge include Marc, Oscar, Kyle, BMX Gold Medalist Jamie Bestwick, and Costa.

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This Stunning Poster Features 25 Glorious Japanese Egg Dishes

Eggs are one of the most versatile foods around. We, as a nation, have grown complacent with simply throwing a fried egg on everything and anything. That’s fine and dandy for an Instagram photo, but that’s no way to broaden your egg-loving horizons.

Tamago, the Japanese word for egg, is featured in many dishes in Japan. A poster created by a talented designer named Fanny, AKA the Japanese Foodie, highlights 25 different Japanese dishes that feature the beloved tamago.

Items include dishes like egg jelly, egg omelette sushi, omelette rice, pudding, egg rice porridge, and rolled eel omelettes.

With about a week to go, the Kickstarter campaign has already reached more than its intended $1,000 goal. We’ll keep you posted with a direct link on where to buy it when we find out. Until then, there are a few spots left to fund this project and get an early version of the poster through the Kickstarter.

This is a definitely must-have for the ultimate lover of eggs.

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Tasty Sushi Notepads Come in Tuna, Tamago and Salmon ‘Flavors’

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Writing down notes can be tedious, especially if it’s a to-do list full of things you don’t actually want to do. Cutesy notepads and stationary can be perceived as slightly unnecessary but there is something to be said for sprucing up the daily grind with something that takes the edge off monotonous tasks. Notepads resembling sushi might provide a nifty little solution to this quandary. The only downside is, looking at them might make you hungry and, you can’t eat them. Sorry ’bout that.

Each sushi notepad pack comes with four kinds of mini memos — tamago, salmon, tuna, and fatty tuna — and eventually, after working your way through the colorful ‘fish’ on top, you’ll be left with a stack of plain white sheets. These notepads should really peel from top-to-bottom (the multicolored side), so you can imagine eating a piece of sushi with each piece of paper you rip off. Although since you’re not actually eating sushi, that might be more of a cruel joke than it is appeasing.

Yours for $19, the sushi notepad quartet can be purchased here.

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H/T Gizmodo

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Perfect for Baby Showers: Diaper Sushi

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It can’t be easy, growing up different. With all the other little sushi babies looking like slices of salmon and tuna and eel, and you, with your dry, white, cottony skin, waiting for the day someone might want to eat you.