Today is an awesome day. Remember that mouthwatering pizza cake by Boston Pizza that we posted about a few months ago? Of course you do, we’ve all been dreaming about it ever since. Well there must be a fairy godmother over at Pillsbury, because they just made our overindulgent dream come true. Not only did they create their own scrumptious pepperoni pizza cake, they published an easy recipe so we can all go home and make pizza cakes of our own, the sooner the better.

Click here for the complete recipe and step-by-step instructions.

[via That’s Nerdalicious!]

German design studio Korefe created the world’s first completely edible cookbook. Designed as a limited edition series for the art and culinary publishing company Gerstenberg Publishing House, The Real Cookbook is an edible instruction manual made of 100% fresh pasta with a classic lasagna recipe embossed on its pages. The Real Cookbook can be opened, read, and then each page used as a layer for making the very same lasagna described on those pasta pages.

[via designboom]

No need to rub your eyes or refresh your screen. Yes, this really is a Burt Reynolds Éclair and it may be the beginning of a whole new department here at the Geyser of Awesome. Let’s call it “Things that can’t be unseen, but might also be delicious.”

This hirsute dessert, modeled after Burt Reynolds' iconic 1972 nude Cosmopolitan centerfold, was created by Leeds, England-based bakery Lou Lou P’s Delights (previously featured here) in honour of Movember UK. Burt’s bearskin rug has been replaced by a chocolate eclair and we’re pretty sure that Burt himself is edible too. Considering that Mr. Reynolds has long been considered a mustachioed icon of masculinity, we think this unsettling pastry is a pretty amazing and apposite Movember creation.

[via Foodiggity]

Sandy Yoo, an artist based in California, isn’t afraid to tempt fate tantalizing the Great Old Ones by baking a pie bearing the unmistakable likeness of Dread Cthulhu. Eat the pie before it devours your soul.
Then again, perhaps the soul-devouring doesn’t begin until the pie is already in your belly. And if the pie in question is tasty enough, we have to admit it might just be worth the risk. Mmm…pie…
Cthulhu fhtagn
Photo via Meaningless Drivel forum at JavaRanch
[via Laughing Squid]

Sandy Yoo, an artist based in California, isn’t afraid to tempt fate tantalizing the Great Old Ones by baking a pie bearing the unmistakable likeness of Dread Cthulhu. Eat the pie before it devours your soul.

Then again, perhaps the soul-devouring doesn’t begin until the pie is already in your belly. And if the pie in question is tasty enough, we have to admit it might just be worth the risk. Mmm…pie…

Cthulhu fhtagn

Photo via Meaningless Drivel forum at JavaRanch

[via Laughing Squid]

The last time we visited with Nick from DudeFoods (previously featured here) he was making a mouthwatering Bacon Weave Quesadilla. Nick and his marvelous woven bacon are back, this time with/as a truly tantalizing Bacon Weave Taco:

“I know that tacos with shells made out of bacon have been done before, but none of the ones I’ve seen looked very appetizing to me. It seems like people sort of took the easy way out when making them and just tossed their bacon over a metal object, made sure the strips overlapped a little so they’d stick together and either baked or deep fried it like that so their shells just end up looking like squares of bacon that have been folded in half. Long story short, most of the bacon taco shells out there just don’t look very taco-shaped.”

Head over to DudeFoods to read about Nick’s quest to create a perfect bacon taco shell, Proving once again that bacon makes everything better.

[via DudeFoods]

This awesomely elegant Pi Day pie is called the “To 3.14 or not to pie” and was made by Instructables user hertzgamma.

“Here is my version of π or pie, however you call it. Not only it looks interesting, but is is amazingly delicious! You can expand your imagination and create beutiful [sic] and unusual engravings as I did. It is simple and you will like it! I am sure.”

Click here for the complete recipe and instructions.

[via Serious Eats]

This awesome Oreogami Oreo animation video was made by Kelly Cheatle of Crafty B and her creative partner Larry Moss. Turning yummy Oreo cookies into art is pretty awesome, but animating your cookie art is super awesome. We hope Kelly and Larry rewarded themselves for this delicious accomplishment by eating their art.

[via That’s Nerdalicious! and Make: Craft]

This scrumptious fashion accessory is the work of Shaira who recently opened her own Etsy store called Raspberries and Rum. The 66” long Pizza Scarf is printed to look like a giant slice of delicious pepperoni pizza, but Shaira says customers may contact her to request different pizza toppings, lengths, and other forms of customization. Awesome! 

The only problem we have with this incredibly appetizing scarf is that we start to crave pizza every single time we look at it. Then again, maybe that’s not really a problem. But between this and the Bacon Scarf, we’ll end up having to wear a bib on top to protect the scarves from our hungry drooling.

[via Laughing Squid]

Feeling thirsty? This gruesome creation is a cocktail called the Alien Brain Hemorrhage.
Here’s how you make one:
Fill a shot glass halfway with peach schnapps. Gently pour Bailey’s Irish Cream on top. After the shot is almost full, carefully add a small amount of blue curacao. After it settles, add a small splash (or a few drops) of grenadine syrup.
Photo by Martin Williams
[via Neatorama]
Lots of people claimed they were going to make this drink for Halloween, but we never saw any pictures. This is the 4th most popular post of 2012 on Geyser of Awesome.

Feeling thirsty? This gruesome creation is a cocktail called the Alien Brain Hemorrhage.

Here’s how you make one:

Fill a shot glass halfway with peach schnapps. Gently pour Bailey’s Irish Cream on top. After the shot is almost full, carefully add a small amount of blue curacao. After it settles, add a small splash (or a few drops) of grenadine syrup.

Photo by Martin Williams

[via Neatorama]

Lots of people claimed they were going to make this drink for Halloween, but we never saw any pictures. This is the 4th most popular post of 2012 on Geyser of Awesome.

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