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…Candy vodka needs gummy shot glasses?

Gummy Shot Glasses

Sure, you’ve made a gallon of Skittles Flavored Vodka, and you’ve even managed to make it taste all right, but you don’t just want to drink that creation out of a plain old shot glass now, do you?

If you’re looking to keep the quirky booze theme going, then how about edible gummy shot glasses?

Thankfully, Instructables has put together a set of instructions for creating such concoctions, and since it basically involves little more than microwaving gummy worms and then adding the goop to a silicone mold, you’ll be drinking out of a gummy glass in no time!

Just remember to count your drinks though before chowing down, because gummy/candy hangovers are the worst!

[Instructables – Gummy Shot Glasses]

[Via: Lifehacker]

…It’s Things Thursday: Jones Soda Holiday Packs?

Jones Soda Holiday Packs

Jones Soda is known for the Turkey and Gravy flavored soda that they put out each year around the holidays, but this year, they’re doing things a bit different, and are introducing a Christmas Pack and a Chanukah Pack to satisfy your strange soda needs.

The Christmas Pack contains Christmas Ham, Christmas Tree, Egg Nog, and Sugar Plum flavored sodas, while the Chanukah Pack contains Latke, Apple Sauce, Chocolate Coins, and Jelly Doughnut flavored sodas.

They might not be the most appetizing sounding sodas, but you’ve got to try everything once, right?

[Jones Soda – Holiday Packs]

…Gums have been ranked?

Chewing Gum

Chewing gum fans rejoice!

New York Magazine has teamed up with WD-50 to chew through 132 different kinds of gum to determine which bubblegum, fruit and mint flavored gum is the best, based on mouthfeel, bulk, flavor intensity, and “the general pleasure of the squish-squish sensation going on between our teeth”.

Did your chew of choice make the cut?

Click through to find out.

[New York Magazine – Taste Test: Gum]

[Via: YumSugar]

…Beer and pizza go together?

Pizza BeerTom Seefurth had a novel idea. He liked pizza, and he liked beer, so he figured, why not combine the two?

No, not beer flavored pizza. Tom wanted something a little more exotic. He wanted pizza flavored beer.

By adding actual pizza right into the brewing process, Tom’s beer is able to capture the flavors of the Italian favorite, while still staying true to its brew roots.

How about it, would you try a Pizzeer?

[CBS – Suburban Hobbyist Puts New Spin On Pizza And Beer]

[Via: Slashfood]