First and foremost, this weeks news from the Pen and Paper times ...
Little Kitty the Cat Burglar is now available on Amazon. Blogger Tracy Terry asks her blogger buddies to spread the word about a great book raising money for a worthy cause.
Having discovered a protein which binds the components together scientists have come up with an ice-cream that doesn't melt quite so fast.
The perfect round-up to every carnivore's feast or a waste of good bananas?
Peanut butter covered banana wrapped in bacon.
Unsurprisingly (and thankfully) unavailable in the frozen product aisle of any supermarket but devised as a treat for penguins, a zoo has come up with fish flavoured ice-lollies known as
Breakfast may have become a lot more fun after Kelloggs have unveiled a range of wacky inventions which includes amongst other things 'The Crane Head Cereal Serving Device', a hands-free helmet that allows you to dig into a cereal packet and serve into a bowl and dispense milk) and (my favourite) 'The Soggy-O-Meter', a gadget that sets off an alarm when your cereal reaches your preferred level of sogginess.
Three students and a barman have hauled a nine gallon barrel of ale up to the summit of Ben Nevis (at 4,4061ft/1,344m Britain's highest peak) and set up a pop-up bar to serve the hand-pumped 'Tunnel Vision' beer to climbers.
Must see image of the week ...
You could be forgiven for thinking this display is enough to quench your thirst but what at first appears to be a bucket of beer is in fact ..... a cake.
And finally, the articles that though not food related I simply had to share ...
Organisers of a festival in Cornwall have reported how a female festival goer was 'teleported' across the festival site in a portable toilet when it was moved by a forklift truck.
Given the popularity of Leanne's dog Willow ...
Meet Barry the Bedlington Terrier from Kirby Stephen, Cumbria who having learnt to ride a tricycle has upgraded to classic cars.