a food-safe reloadable hot gun that can doodle, draw and design with cheese
For a limited time, the laughing squid store is featuring a great deal on this gem.The Fondoodler is a super simple, food-safe reloadable hot gun that melts most types of string, shredded, block or sheet-style cheese in a cylindrical canister, just like a hot glue gun. This product is available for only $17 – an 43% discount on its original retail price of $30.
- It’s a hot glue gun for cheese
- Load it up with pretty much any kind of cheese and splorch away
- In our tests, Velveeta got too liquidy to work very well, so we recommend just using real cheese
- Contrary to the repeated protestations of the Cheetos mascot, being cheesy turns out to be very easy indeed
- The perfect implement for writing entries in your dairy
- Model: Fond 1 as in: “if you can “fond” 1 for less, buy it!”
- Condition: New
- Gets cheese-meltingly hot in 3 minutes
- All the convenience of Easy Cheese but maybe less gross? Jury is out on that one
- Make your own Leaning Tower of Cheeza
- Use it with American, Jack, Cheddar, whatever you like
- String cheese is already the perfect size but shredded, block, or even sheet cheese also works
- Use it for mortar in your cracker house. It’s Craft Cheese!
- Dishwasher safe
- Not for use with chocolate or marshmallows (though if you want to put some chocolate chips or tiny marshmallows in there we can’t stop you)
- Power: 120V, 60Hz, .8A
Fondoodler: a hot glue gun, but for cheese. A scientific breakthrough to transform the way we live, the way we think, and the way we put cheese on stuff.
“the poets have been mysteriously silent on the subject of cheese.”
credits: laughingsquid.com,lori dorn,
food can be so fun and festive
even when you’re not quite sure what to to do with it.
“your body is not a temple, it’s an amusement park. enjoy the ride.”
-anthony bourdain – kitchen confidential: adventures in the culinary underbelly
honeybee market, detroit, mi, usa
kinders climb up high to do the dishes
after a busy morning spent baking.
“sometimes you need to give dishes a nap.”
i came face to face with this colorful display
and was struck with a sudden terror
for i knew
a sure sign that
the fruitcakes were on their way.
“a sharp bolt of hunger hit luther hard. his knees almost buckled, his poker face almost grimaced. for two weeks now his sense of smell had been much keener, no doubt a side effect of a strict diet. maybe he got a whiff of mabel’s finest, he wasn’t sure, but a craving came over him. suddenly, he had to have something to eat. suddenly, he wanted to snatch the bag from kendall, rip open a package, and start gnawing on a fruitcake.”
― John Grisham
i made another attempt
at keeping the brownies
in the pan
for more than
half an hour.
as i was
the perfect batch
followed the sugar
into the trash
i brought what was left to the party
had to call on
my wheel of cheese
“it’s the mishaps that make it fun, and brings you the surprise.”
whipple-scrumptious fudgemallow delight
it’s almost easter – a great time to make wonka’s whipple-scrumptious fudgemallow delight with the chiddlers then?!
how to make a truly whipple-scrumptious sauce
for your ice cream sundae:
you will need:
an adult to help you
a large bowl of your favourite ice cream ready in the fridge
60g dark chocolate
1 cadbury’s crunchie or similar chocolate bar
80g dark brown sugar
150ml double cream
what you need to do:
break the chocolate and the crunchie into large chunks
and set to one side.
in a saucepan, over a low heat, melt together
the butter, sugar and cream.
stir until all the sugar is dissolved.
turn the heat up and continue stirring for 10 minutes.
be careful, as it gets very hot and can splutter.
use a very long wooden spoon or a tall adult with a long arm.
turn the heat down again.
get your bowl of ice-cream from the fridge.
put the marshmallows, chocolate and crunchie into the saucepan,
stir around once and pour over your ice-cream.
“‘Wonka’s Whipple-Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight!'” cried Grandpa George. ‘It’s the best of them all! You’ll just love it!'” – From Charlie and the Chocolate Factory – roald dahl
“drama is very important in life: you have to come on with a bang.
you never want to go out with a whimper.
everything can have drama if it’s done right.
even a pancake.”
– julia child
image credit: marmalade.com