If you buy the current love of your life sweets for Valentine's Day that can be purchased in a drug store, you're doing it wrong. See how a real chocolatier feels about the heart-shaped boxes that'll be 75 percent off on February 15.
It's Valentine's Day! And nothing says that like chocolate teeth.
Perhaps, this gentleman is biting a door handle. Or perhaps, he is eating a door handle made of chocolate.
How romantic! Japanese computer peripheral maker I-O Data is teaming up with a confectionery maker named Maple House for a special campaign in which three lucky individuals will get chocolate that's shaped like a memory circuit board. Because additional memory looks delicious.
Osaka is filled with places to visit. But if you are in town, make sure you stop by the Meiji factory and marvel at the biggest chocolate bar you'll ever see. Just don't try to eat it.
For the children and children-at-heart that don fancy costumes for a night of fun and frolicking, Halloween is October 31. For the certified snack professional, the spooky festivities begin in September, when Cadbury, Mars, Hershey and Nabisco roll out their holiday-themed candy. Hold out your bags, boys and girls.
Give a man a snack, you keep him sated until dinner; teach a man to create a snack, and he'll make it once, tell everyone about it, and then never make it again, no matter how excellent it is.
The Mario Kart games have wound up on nearly every Nintendo platform since the wacky combat racer debuted back in 1992, thrilling millions. But this might be the first time that Mario and Luigi have become artisanal delicacies.
Funding video games is great and all, but lets not forget table top gaming, especially when it involves dice you can eat. Actually all this is, is funding the creation of dice you can eat, but that's enough for me.