Krispy Kreme Has Ghostbusters Doughnuts

What ya gonna eat?
In what could be the most amazing food/movie tie-in ever, Krispy Kreme and Sony Pictures have announced a collaboration of giant Stay Puft Marshmallow Man-proportions!

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the greatest ghost story in modern history, Krispy Kreme is releasing two special, limited-edition, Dr. Peter Venkman-approved doughnuts.

See also: Krispy Kreme Opening in Hialeah; Free Doughnuts for a Year and Job Fair

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Gilly's Catastrophic Crunch and Lazy Sunday: Get SNL-Themed Ben & Jerry's Flavors in Coral Gables

Ben & Jerry's channels SNL
Ben & Jerry's, the Vermont-based ice cream company that incorporates pop-culture into its ice cream along with nuts and fudge swirls, is at it again.

This time, it's announced four new Saturday Night Live-themed ice cream flavors. Two of the four are now available in Miami, with the second two being released later in the year. The Ben & Jerry's spokesperson would, sadly, not give us the names but we're hoping for a rework of the infamously-fabulous Schweddy Balls ice cream, named after Alec Baldwin's snort-inducing sketch as Pete Schweddy, maker of the tastiest Christmas balls ever!

See also: Insomnia Cookies in South Beach: Late-Night Ice Cream and Treats

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Top Ten Warning Signs You're Dating a Foodie

Foodies -- they're like regular people, only more obnoxious and food-obsessed. Relax, we can say that -- we wear our douche-baguette card like a sad badge of honor that we would steal from a little old lady holding the last marble rye.

Sure, Julia Child may have said, "People who love to eat are always the best people," but perhaps she never tried dating them. It's tougher than an overcooked octopus tentacle.

Just in case there was any doubt, here are the top ten warning signs you're dating a foodie.

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British Library "Discovers" Unicorn Cookbook; Miami Chefs Provide Unicorn Meat Recipes

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Eugene Kim via Fickr
Unicorn meat: Magic in every bite!
In celebration of April Fool's Day, we're sharing what just might be the best food-related, April Fool's Day prank ever.

A while back, the jokesters at the British Library pulled a dastardly prank on the world's literate populace, which, sad to say, includes conspiracy theorists and people who engage in LARP.

Julian Harrison, the library's curator of pre-1600 historical manuscripts, wrote a blog post revealing the "discovery" of a "unicorn cookbook" in the British Library. Harrison, a smart cookie by anyone's definition, included statements of such apparent veracity that several members of the intelligentsia, including art historians, were fooled into believing the existence of "a long-lost medieval cookbook, containing recipes for hedgehogs, blackbirds, and even unicorns" was real.

We, of course, saw right through the faux story (cough, after a minute or two), and thought, What if unicorns were real? Would they taste like chicken? Knowing there are others much better suited to answer that question, we stopped thinking and reached out to local chefs for their opinion. Cesar Zapata from the Federal, Jacob Anaya from OTC, and even Norman Van Aken, the founding father of new world and fusion cuisines, not only gave us their opinion but also provided us with recipes.

Here's what the noted chefs had to say.

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Watch Pogo's Sweet Willy Wonka Remix (Video)

I've got a golden ticket!
Rabid fans of music, Disney, or YouTube may already be familiar with Pogo.

The music producer and remix artist is know for his incredibly watchable video edits that combine the music, voices, and sounds from beloved childhood classics like Sesame Street, Alice in Wonderland, and Mary Poppins into something new and fascinating.

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Five Crazy Condom Flavors for Valentine's Day and Beyond

Taste the rainbow.
We all know February 14 is Valentine's Day, but a little-known fact is that it's also National Condom Day.

In honor of love, safe sex, and expanding sexual taste buds, we present you with the top five crazy condom flavors. Keep your vanilla sex and vanilla condoms, because thing are about to get wild and tasty.

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Jonah Hill Goes to Benihana on Saturday Night Live

Categories: Food Funnies

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We totally want to go to Benihana, now.
Since 1960's Benihana has been known as the place in which to have "dinner and a show" with its teppanyaki restaurants. The Miami-based chain is much beloved as a place to celebrate birthdays and anniversaries because of its communal tables and entertaining chefs that perform intricate displays of knife work while cooking in front of audience of diners.

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Taco Bell Now Sells Jewelry

Taco Bell
I'd like that ring with hot sauce.
More and more people are willing to brand themselves with their favorite product's logo -- and pay for it. Iconic logos like Coca-Cola and Budweiser are available in wearables such as T-shirts, hats, and board shorts, which people happily purchase to showcase their favorite food or drink.

Now that fad has expanded to jewelry. One of the most coveted gifts among tweens this holiday season was a diamond-encrused Hershey's kiss, which retails for $360 at

But why seal it with a kiss when you can live más? Introducing the Taco Bell ring set.

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Edible Anus: Chocolate for A-holes

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Edible Anus via Facebook
Imagine the surprise when your boss opens this.
Did you ever have to give a gift to someone who's, well, a bit of an asshole?

We've found the perfect present: Edible Anus!

It's exactly what you think it is. Fine Belgian chocolate in the shape of a butthole. Or, as the company's website puts it ever so seductively: "rings of succulent chocolate cast and crafted from the posterior of our stunning butt model."

Hey, they don't call it "chocolate starfish" for nothing.

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Seattle Woman Ate Only Starbucks All of 2013

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Could you eat this for 365 days in a row?
Could you imagine getting all of your meals -- breakfast, lunch, and dinner -- from one eatery for an entire year?

Well, Beautiful Existence (yes, her legal name) did just that. What restaurant did the Seattle woman choose? Starbucks, naturally.

For each day in 2013, Existence ate all of her meals from Starbucks or "Starbucks-inspired" joints such as Roy Street Coffee, Tazo Tea, and Evolution Fresh.

Although she confined herself to these spots, she continued to prepare meals for her two children, while spending an average of $500 to $600 per month on her mocha meals, according to the New York Daily News.

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