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    Dácil, she made these Spider-Man Strawberries by painting lines with white and dark chocolate.
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    [Updated: ]Haha, sorry I missed another video in Spanish.

    (The below video is in Spanish, but we provide you with a step-by-step translation below)
    • First, ask your butcher for a 3.3-pound (1.5 kilogram) well-marbled bone-in ribeye in vacuum packaging. The bone is important, because it helps to keeps the meat moist. The vacuum part is important too, because it will avoid oxidation.
    • Put the meat out of the fridge at room temperature (not in a hot room, just normal temperature) for 24 hours inside the vacuum packaging. Don't take it out! It's important you do this step to have the perfect result.
    • On a large, very hot non-stick pan, add a bit of olive oil and put the steak in 3 minutes on each side. Don't move or lift the steak after you place it. Just let it be and flip it when it's time.
    • Take it out the pan and put it on a metal rack to rest for 10 minutes.
    • Let the pan heat up again to the max and put the steak back in 2 minutes on one side.
    • Flip the steak and add 3.5 ounces (100 grams) of butter. Continuously pour the resulting melted butter mixed with the meat juices over the top for another 2 minutes.
    • Put it on a metal rack to rest for 5 minutes, covering it with some aluminum foil with three holes on it (so the vapor doesn't condensate.)
    • Cut in filets and sprinkle some good quality sea salt like fleur de sel or Maldon.
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    Food artist Daryna Kossar creates these food sculptures, including Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, Super Mario Bros. and other cute characters seen below. She helpfully provides time-lapse videos of the creation of many of her edible works.
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    The Canada-based Boston Pizza chain has revealed a new social media campaign that promises to provide a few "Pizza Game Changers," asking fans to vote for outlandish pizza-inspired products: Currently/unsurprisingly, a six-layer "pizza cake" is in the lead, with Boston Pizza promising that it's "great for birthdays, bar mitzvahs, weddings, and even lonely nights watching infomercials." Cool idea!
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    Herb Keeper Mill keeps your herbs fresh in the freezer and and ready to use anytime. The container-mill design incorporates blades at the bottom that mill your herbs into small pieces for your meal.
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    A series of plate illustrations entitled A Tribute to Budgie by Food Illustrator & Food Stylist Anna Keville Joyce. The illustrations are made up of 100% food elements. Photography by Agustín Nieto.
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    DudeFoods made a towering sandwich with 26 different toppings, each one starting with a different letter of the alphabe.
    Here’s a rundown:
    Avocado
    Bacon
    Cheese
    Doritos
    Egg
    Fish sticks
    Garlic bread
    Ham
    Italian sausage patty
    Jalapeño peppers
    Krispy Kreme doughnut
    Lettuce
    Macaroni and cheese
    Noodles
    Onion rings
    Pepperoni
    Queso blanco dip
    Ramen noodles
    Spinach
    Turkey burger
    Usingers bratwurst
    Veal Parmesan
    Waffle
    Xylocarp (coconut)
    Yams
    Zucchini
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    It’s an American pale stout that was made in honor of the show’s season finale, and in keeping with the comic book-turned-television show’s theme, it’s brewed with smoked goat brains. The Dock Street Walker, as it is aptly named, features such ingredients as wheat, oats, flaked barley, and organic cranberry, but the real clincher is the smoked goat brains. The idea came from Dock Street's head brewer Justin Low and brewery representative Sasha Certo-Ware, both superfans of the show who wanted to make a zombified beer in tribute. Dock Street Walker gets its blood red hue thanks to organic cranberries and not the brains, so that should set your mind at ease–even just a little bit. The beer is 7.2% alcohol by volume and will be released at Dock Street Brewing Co. on March 30.
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    The Black Cow Pure Milk Vodka is the world's only pure milk vodka. They claim "with a warming, sweet and creamy taste, laced with subtle notes of vanilla and cinnamon it's nothing like that throat-scorching Russian potato juice. " Made entirely from the milk of grass grazed cows. It looks cool.
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    Dominique Ansel announced his new invention: a milk-tumbler made out of molded, baked chocolate cookie dough intended for serving milk.
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    Negley & Sons Spicy honeys are sweet and spicy, Cool.Choose from Smokey Chipotle, hot hot Ghost Pepper or Classic Spicy, a blend of seven peppers.
    "A blend of pure honey and seven peppers that will change the way you eat honey."
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    This Maple Bacon Coffee Porter made by Funky Buddha Brewery. Maple syrup, bacon, and coffee flavours in a beer!
    "Evoking a complete diner-style breakfast in a glass, Maple Bacon Coffee Porter is a complex beer with a multitude of flavors at play. It pours an opaque ebony brew with a frothy tan head. Aromas of sticky maple syrup, coffee, and cream creep forth from the glass. The mouth feel is luxuriously creamy, with layers of sweet malt, toffee, and roast giving way to waves of smoke, coffee, and salted chocolate. It finishes sticky, rich, and sweet, with the flavor of maple syrup lingering pleasantly on the tongue."
    It’s 6.4% alcohol content.
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    It was made by Elizabeth Marek at Oregon’s Artisan Cake Company, and it looks good enough to eat.
    The cake itself is chocolate with peanut butter mousse filling, but you’d never know it from the outside. The tortilla is made from fondant icing, and scorched with a blowtorch. All the details except the tinfoil are made of fondant. The rice, meat, cheese, tomatoes, lettuce, and olives are all fondant. The guacamole and sour cream is buttercream.
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    Amazing globe(Death Star) made of pieces of gingerbread.
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    Nendo has designed a collection of limited edition chocolates for Japanese department store Seibu, that resembles a set of oil paints. Each of the 12 individual morsels of delectable goodness features a label that indicates the flavour / 'hue' inside, while also serving as a way of keeping one's fingers clean while enjoying the treats.
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    This is "Easy Butter" from Japan's Metex. It grates butter, turning it into a fluffy pile that’s easier to spread on toast. You stick a slab of butter in the contraption, turn it, and grate strings of butter. Genius!
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    Wwedish design group Front rings in the festive winter season with some special ice cream cakes for Häagen-dazs. Drawing on their scandinavian heritage — where snow is an essential aspect of their winters — front looked at the clouds that create the crystalline particles, as a formal point of reference for their 'dusk' and 'dawn' desserts.
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    Sold at the bustling Ueno Zoo station in Tokyo, these panda-baked goods come from the Shiretoko Factory. The variety pack contains doughnuts in five flavors: Hokkaido Milk, Hokkaido Pumpkin, Cocoa Chip, Choc Chip, and Salty Fresh Caramel. Each panda face is created by hand, giving every bear a unique character.
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    Artist Andrew Bell sculpts these freaky Halloween-themed chocolate Kisses of Death and green tea Kill Kat bars.
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