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Surge, everyone’s favorite ’90s soda, is back

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Coca-Cola has a little surprise for '90s nostalgics: Surge soda, the company's equivalent to Mountain Dew, is back.
The global soda giant began selling the "fully loaded citrus soda" on Monday, more than 12 years since the brand was discontinued. The relaunch is part of a combined effort with Amazon.com, the only place where 12-packs of 16-ounce cans are being sold.

In Japan, Burger King Has a Black Cheese Burger

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Burger King Japan is rolling out another "Kuro Burger" ("Black Burger"), with buns made from bamboo charcoal, an onion and garlic sauce made with squid ink, beef patties made with black pepper, and black cheese, which is also apparently made with bamboo charcoal. There are two types of burgers: the Kuro (Black) Pearl and the Kuro (Black) Diamond with all the fixings. The burgers go on sale later this month in Japan for a limited time only. Black Burger!
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Hello Kitty Musubis

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This totally kawaii snack is the result of a collaboration between acclaimed chef, Roy Choi, and Spam. Almost too adorable to eat, the Hello Kitty Musubi will be available on the room service menu at the Line Hotel in Los Angeles, which also happens to be the official hotel of Hello Kitty Con. Wow, Hello Kitty Musubis.
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Peanut Butter & Jelly Soda

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this soda is free from actual peanuts and safe for allergy sufferers.
Four bottles for $12.99.
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Cowgirl Chocolate bars

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4 flavors: sea salt, espresso, ginger, alderwood smoked salt
50% raw + 50% roasted chocolate

$36.

Heart Shaped Raspberry Swirls Tutorial

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Heart Shaped Raspberry Swirls Tutorial, here
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Spider-Man Strawberries

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Dácil, she made these Spider-Man Strawberries by painting lines with white and dark chocolate.
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Cookie Monsters

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Cookie Monsters made by  Christine H. McConnell (Instagram).
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Two simple, fool-proof methods to cook a steak to delicious perfection

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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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Daryna Kossar's Tasty Internet Food Art

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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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Pizza Cake

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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

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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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Food Illustrations by Anna Keville Joyce

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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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The Alphabet Sandwich

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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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This Zombie Inspired Beer is Made With Actual Brains

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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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