The Girl Who Ate Everything

Blogging about food and whatever since 2004.

dream food

America is known for its gluttony, but we don't have a loaf of bread topped with ice cream and bananas. Do we? I don't think we do. If we did, I'd know because some kind of "delicious bread" sensor-thing would go off in my brain.

God, I love Japan. Japanese cuisine is constantly noted for how healthy it is, with seafood, veggies, and...other healthy stuff (I dunno, I mainly eat rice) but the people who talk about that tend to disregard their love for desserts (correct me if I'm wrong, but they really like French stuff). I'm not saying that Japanese food is unhealthy, just that Japanese people are down with the sweets. :) I swear that I'm going to try and make my own bread + ice cream + banana thingy someday.

Big head coasters: Aw, that's cute. Kinda. "YOUR HEAD IS FLAT! I SHALL PUSH YOU OVER AND PLOP A DRINK ON YOUR MISHAPEN CRANIUM!" [via cool hunting]

Open sourced beer? [via halvorsen]

Ginormous 13 lb gummy bear: I am very frightened. It's quite beautiful though. [via boing boing]


carol / July 21, 2005 11:22 AM

gummy bear looks SCARYY..but banana ice cream bread looks absolutely dee-lish.

Allen Wong / July 21, 2005 10:14 PM

I think this monster of a loaf is fueled by demand for Western stuffs. It's pretty much the same as our facination with Pocky and sushi.

Japanese toast is fun. It's the thickness of 4~5 commercially cut slices of bread.

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