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Ramen Noodle Ramses Cake

Ramen Noodle Cake baked up by Jessica Allard

Sources
http://www.thatsnerdalicious.com/nerd-cakes/ramen-noodle-ramses-is-an-adorable-cake/

Alice in Wonderland Wedding Cake

What an amazing cake! All the detail work that went into this must have taken hours!

 

cake by Mike’s Amazing Cakes

source:
http://www.neatorama.com/2013/02/01/Alice-in-Wonderland-Wedding-Cake/#!bNtFRU

“The Stack”

An inkjet printer that eats its way down a stack of paper, swallowing each piece underneath, printing on it, and depositing it on top of the machine.

more info at:

http://www.wired.com/2013/08/a-printer-that-eats-its-way-down-a-stack-of-paper/

That’s right, you can infuse flavor to your beer. You can push the envelope and expand your beer’s flavor as it turns out. You don’t have to do a complicated soak or extract a bunch of oils. All you need is a French press, a gadget most modern households have to make coffee or tea. Here are a few suggestions for beer infusions to try with your French press. Some of the ingredients, such as oak chips and hops, are most easily found at homebrew supply stores (brick and mortar or online.) Be sure to use fresh herbs and spices for the most vivid flavor, and don’t open the packages until you’re ready to get started.

Sources:
http://lifehacker.com/infuse-flavors-to-beer-with-a-french-press-509637114
http://drinks.seriouseats.com/2013/05/randall-at-home-use-a-french-press-to-infuse-beer-with-hops-spices-cocoa-nibs.html

The Best Pumpkin Beers Taste Test

check out the article to see who won!

 

Dalek sewing caddy

 

Dalek sewing caddy, doctor who themed. I would totally get one of these if I did much sewing.

Source
http://www.neatorama.com/2013/07/25/The-Worlds-Cutest-Sewing-Caddy/#!bNtQC2

Goblinproofing One’s Chicken Coop was written by Reginald Bakeley, and is available at Amazon.

Source:
http://www.neatorama.com/2013/03/23/Oddest-Book-Title-of-the-Year/#!bNtINH

cat stockings

incredibly cute stockings that have cat faces on the front, and cat tails on the back. Available at shop.seoulrhythm.com

Source:
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Knitted-Rickshaw

Samantha Morshed is a knitting professional who lives and works in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh. She and her assistants, Nasima and Taslima, knitted this colorful cover for a rickshaw. Maybe it’s destined for exhibition, for Morshed first had to take it around the city. Passersby were greatly impressed.

Source:
http://www.neatorama.com/2013/03/03/Knitted-Rickshaw/#!bNtGqM

Hello kitty Sushi

Looks tempting!

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