Spoon excitement and adorable pandas thrill Twitter
It’s been yet another seven days of bafflement on social media, including such high points as offensive bread and creepy potatoes.
Food is not always a friend if you are trying to stave off nightmares. Kitchen disasters and live streaming mishaps are doomed to scar minds for eternity – and that’s before any cheese has been consumed.
A simple escape from the horrors of reality is often sought from the internet, a place that is perpetually stuffed with cuddly kittens and videos of people falling over. However, the past week in the sphere of sanctity has been somewhat more bizarre.
January’s challenge to eat vegan for a month continues with great successes – and it’s no wonder with scrumptious cookies like these around. If you still think that vegan food is boring it’s time to open your eyes.
Exactly what Eat Out to Help Out should have been.
Much outrage careered through social media after Taco Bell removed the beloved brown lumpy things from its menu as it adjusted to the challenges of COVID-19. Thanks to some organising enhancements, they’re now back; I’m just not sure why the use of a horrifying talking potato was necessary.
The “fizz” experienced by James May in exciting cars was previously a concept only known to motoring; now foodies can relish that same erotic feeling through the thrills of wooden spoons.
Burger King’s makeover
After BK’s first change of branding in decades, one artist offered their interpretation of the actual Burger King.
Pancakes’ flight to fame
The perfect inspiration for your pancake charcuterie board.
The meaty monstrosity could even defeat a bear.
Even having the idea of slicing bread lengthways should be an imprisonable offence. Committing the heinous act is bad enough, but spreading the knowledge online is parallel to inciting terrorism.
Another vegan delight
Anything with lemon is amazing, so the secret to being vegan is clearly to drizzle everything in the sensational sour sauce.
A very welcome goodbye to the days of half-empty bags of crisps and over enthusiastic ex-footballers.
Fast and fresh recoveries
Is coronavirus simply one big marketing ploy?
Hot help for healthcare
Despite almost a year of everyone’s lives being controlled by the international pandemic the community spirit still burns strong.