Round Six is now CLOSED. A special congratulations to SMILE DIP from the Gravity Falls Community for winning the 2014 Battle of the Fantasy Foods!!!
And then there were 2! In the battle of fantasy foods, Nuka Cola and Smile Dip reign supreme! Are you ready for the final battle? Round 6 ends September 29!
May the best food win!
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In honor of New York's premiere for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Charm City Cakes created a very special Hogwarts cake, half-destroyed by the Death Eaters during the Battle for Hogwarts.
They even have an option for lighting! Rupert Grint had the honor of cutting the first slice during the premiere event. I wonder which part he cut! The cake is quite detailed...but do you think it looks delicious? Would you want a Hogwarts cake?Read more >
Are you a Marvel or superhero fan? Are you psyched for Fourth of July and want to showcase your patriotism? You're in luck, because Dunkin' Donuts is giving you a chance to do both! To promote the first Avengers movie, Captain America, Dunkin Donuts is rolling out some patriotic-themed goodies and drinks, just in time for Fourth of July!
Check out these patriotic doughnuts and tri-colored Captain America coolatta drinks from Eater.com. Do they appeal to your patriotic taste buds?
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The humble doughnut has come very far indeed. From the classic glaze doughtnuts came food titans like Dunkin' Donuts and Krispy Kreme. These days, doughnuts are not only mainstream, but upscale, with savory touches and gourmet toppings. The doughnut turned 164 years old this June, and in honor of the classic treat, Shine Yahoo compiled some of the kookiest doughnuts available to us!Read more >
On the night of the most recent Underground Market, the San Francisco Department of Public Health served a cease and desist order on Forage SF, the organization that puts together the amazing Underground Market every month. A growing San Francisco institution, the Underground Market has gotten so popular that almost every major city in America is organizing their own version, while the original in SF serves over a thousand visitors per market, including myself.
There's been a huge fuss in the foodie community in San Francisco, protesting the cease and desist order and wondering about the future of our beloved Underground Market. The uproar has reached even the ears of the New York Times, a publication that has long followed the fringe food …Read more >