Nothing celebrates the resurrection of the Lord Jesus like a ball of fake sausage meat. As amazing as it is, I can live without this chocolate scotch egg in my life – the egg white is vanilla ganache, the yolk is passion fruit ganache, the pork is chocolate marshmallow with puffed rice, and the breadcrumbs are grated chocolate (via Esquire). I want to try one really badly, but I also don’t want to fork out £14.99 on it just in case…
It is part of Kitsch Me If You Can, a new range of eccentric Easter eggs from Artisan Du Chocolat. Well it is different. My personal pick is the flocked chocolate bunny – the rabbit looks really stoned. But who wants to each flock – it would be like a chocolate peach!!!
Petrifying… …well I am surprised this ever got released. They must have been indulging in some serious Class A narcotics at the time of making this – there is really no other explanation!!!
A London-based company – d.vote - has created an inflatable bondage ball shaped like the terrifying eggs from Alien. For £950.00, the Alien Egg promises to deliver “the ultimate sensory deprivation experience.” One of it’s selling point being that “no one can hear you scream”. Great!
This is the real, unedited, untouched sales blurb from their site;
The Alien Egg is made from two ’skins’ of rubber. The outer layer is made of thick 0.8 mm rubber whilst the inner layer is made of medium 0.5 mm rubber. Each skin can be made in different colour to give the Egg the maximum visual effect. It has a British Respiratory Gas Mask inside which has a double length corrugated tube going to the outside for breathing
You enter the Alien Egg and put on the respiratory mask which connects to the exterior through a tube. The four full length zips quickly close the Alien Egg holding your entire body inside its rubber walls. When inflated, the Alien Egg restricts all movements from within and isolate you perfectly inside its shell.
Via Coil House
This ROCKS! Bissinger’s Chocolate inside a real egg… But how did the chocolate get shoved in there? Eerily, there are no cracks or signs of entrance.
Which came first? The chocolate or the egg?”
(via serious eats)