PANDA NOMS

archiemcphee:

Today the Department of Impossible Cuteness invites you to play another round of “Eat it or keep it as a pet?” RocketNews24 assembled an overwhelmingly kawaii collection of hard-boiled eggs that’ve been altered and decorated to turn them into all sorts of cute bento creatures, from chickens, bunnies, cows and pandas to Pikachu and a wee baby seal.

Could you conquer the debilitating cuteness of these enhanced eggs in order to enjoy them as lunch?

Head over to RocketNews24 for additional images and photo credits.

fuckyeahanimefood:

Sasako makes a “Stern Panda Cake Roll”, Shirokuma Cafe, Episode 23.

fuckyeahanimefood:

Sasako makes a “Stern Panda Cake Roll”, Shirokuma Cafe, Episode 23.

(via omnomnomjapanesefood)

discoverynews:

Though we won’t be able to go visit the baby panda until after the new year, you might catch a glimpse on the panda cam!
Chinese tradition says to wait 100 days before naming the baby, so keep an eye out for the naming contest in a few months.
Baby Giant Panda Born at D.C. Zoo
Mei Xiang, the mom panda, “is cradling her cub closely, and she looks so tired,” the zoo’s chief veterinarian said in a statement.
Dr. Pierre Comizzoli, the Gamete Biologist who artificially inseminated Mei Xiang told the press, “(Pandas) have a really short breeding season, but we have good techniques now that help us determine when they are ovulating. We were not hopeful because of problems with Mei Xiang in the last few years, but nature is fantastic.”

When asked how he felt about succeeding where the male panda failed, Dr. Comizzoli said, “It’s really satisfying, actually,” which generated a round of laughs.

very exciting!


Technically, nothing to do with pandas + food, but with the link to the panda cam, you might catch them eating, so why not?

discoverynews:

Though we won’t be able to go visit the baby panda until after the new year, you might catch a glimpse on the panda cam!

Chinese tradition says to wait 100 days before naming the baby, so keep an eye out for the naming contest in a few months.

Baby Giant Panda Born at D.C. Zoo

Mei Xiang, the mom panda, “is cradling her cub closely, and she looks so tired,” the zoo’s chief veterinarian said in a statement.
Dr. Pierre Comizzoli, the Gamete Biologist who artificially inseminated Mei Xiang told the press, “(Pandas) have a really short breeding season, but we have good techniques now that help us determine when they are ovulating. We were not hopeful because of problems with Mei Xiang in the last few years, but nature is fantastic.”

When asked how he felt about succeeding where the male panda failed, Dr. Comizzoli said, “It’s really satisfying, actually,” which generated a round of laughs.

very exciting!

Technically, nothing to do with pandas + food, but with the link to the panda cam, you might catch them eating, so why not?

omnomnomjapanesefood:

how to make panda macarons!