What happens when you go to Economy Candy and clear the store out of all their gummy candy animals? You let them have a little party. In this case it's an End of the World party, and the gummy bears, penguins, and lobsters are going out in style.
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Are you sad that there isn't any dog action in this week's slideshow? If so, we hope this blast from Hambone's puppy past will fulfill your cute dog needs. This photo was taken two years ago when Hambone was still a floppy puddle of a dog. Click through for the HD version!
After making the requisite joke's about how funny Irish names sound to American's (ah, to be single and mingle in Dingle) we walked down the quaint, pub-lined street to Fenton's, a restaurant with a description that sounds like it could be straight out of Williamsburg. The menu features local seafood—some of it, like the periwinkles, hand picked by the chef's family—and Irish-meats produced on the smallest of small scale farms (by our standards, pretty much every farm in Ireland qualifies as small scale), all simply prepared and reasonably priced. It was easily the best seafood meal we had during our 10 days in Ireland.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but sometimes a picture can leave you speechless.
San Francisco Slice contributor David Kover spotted these posters for Una Pizza Napoletana in the Mission recently and noted that they have been popping up around town. Is Mangieri just reminding the citizens of San Francisco that there is pizza greatness happening in their city, or is there something more to these mystery posters?
This fast food-themed arrangement by Carly Cylinder, owner of Los Angeles-based florist Flour, features a burger made out of styrofoam, molding paste, paint, gerbers, bluperum, ranunculus, moss, and ti leaves; french fries made of seasonal branches in a painted paper mache box; and ketchup made of crushed red carnation petals in a bottle.
How to serve food at a wedding that people will be excited about: rent an In-N-Out truck to cater your wedding. For her wedding back in 2008, photographer Ashley Rose hired an In-N-Out "Cookout Trailer" to serve her guests burgers and grilled cheese sandwiches. (She also hired a caterer for fries—unavailable from the In-N-Out trailer—and other sides.) Read more details on her blog and check out In-N-Out's website for full specifications.
That can not be the first pizza that fat pigeon has dominated. Sooo fat! Keep an eye out for that guy when eating in a pigeon-heavy area. He will win.