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The Internet is a black hole for strange, weird and wonderful things—especially when it comes to food. Rather than dive in yourself, let F&W do it for you. Here, five of the most absurd food items we saw this week.
Mutant Lobster Found: A six-clawed lobster was recently caught off Hyannis, MA by a fishing boat featured on the Discovery Channel show Lobster Wars. The 10-year-old, four pounder “Lola” has a normal right claw, but her left is made up of five mini claws. Sorry, lobster claw-lovers, you won’t be seeing Lola on a menu any time soon. She is currently on display at the Maine State Aquarium.
Chopstick Straws: Soup Sticks could revolutionize how we eat ramen. Part straw, part chopstick, they enable the ramen eater to both scoop up noodles and slurp broth. This is bad news for the spoon business, unless you consider how stupid you would look drinking soup through a straw.
Hot and Fizzy Ginger Ale: You know how good a can of ginger ale is after being left in a hot car for a couple of days? Starting October 21, a hot version of Canada Dry’s ginger ale will be sold in Japan. Autumnally flavored with ginger, apple and cinnamon, the hot and spritzy drink will be pre-heated and dispensed from vending machines.
Gender-Biased Eggs: Kids don’t want your dumb adult eggs. They want eggs for them! Prior, a Norwegian purveyor of eggs and chicken, has introduced Princess Eggs (eggs in a pink carton with a princess on the label) and Pirate Eggs (eggs in a blue carton with a pirate on the label).
Blue Cheese Lollipops: When you don’t have time for the cheese course after dinner, just take it to-go in the form of Lollyphile’s new blue cheese lollipop. For an appropriate pairing, the sweet, salty and pungent candy should be enjoyed not with wine but with grape soda.