Dam Curry Rice, A Fun and Functional Wall of Rice Holds Back Delicious Curry Sauce

Rice Dam
photo via 38beem

Restaurants and cooks at homes in Japan are serving curry rice in a functional and eye-catching way: by building a wall of rice that acts as a dam holding back curry sauce. Not only does the architectural fare look adorable, but it keeps sauce from getting all over the plate and mixing into other foods.

Rice Dam
photo via 38beem

Rice Dam
photo via 38beem

Rice dam and curry
photo via tsuna_wo

Curved rice dam
photo via xxxa101

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Walt Disney Introduces His Plans in a Promotional Video for the 1964 New York City World’s Fair

In this original promotion for the 1964 New York World’s Fair, an eager Walt Disney introduces such concepts of the Carousel Theater, audio animatronic figures, all a part of an expanded Tomorrowland as he and Plus Ultra envisioned it.

Beginning in 1952, the last generation of Plus Ultra leadership used this strategy to prepare the world for its greatest project: A city of the future, a monument to mankind’s potential and a living, evolving laboratory for even better wonders. The job of introducing the idea of Tomorrowland to the world over a period of decades was given to Walt Disney. After years of teases through television shows and theme park attractions, Walt launched his campaign in earnest at the 1964 World’s Fair in New York.

UberEATS, A New Food Delivery Service by Uber

uberEATS banner

UberEATS is a new food delivery service by Uber that promises to deliver food from a curated menu taken from local restaurants in under 10 minutes. At launch, the app is available for users in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Barcelona, but users outside of those cities can sign up to be notified when the service is made available in their area.

UberEATS app photo

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Melted Gummy Bear Light Boxes That Resemble Colored Glass

Melted Gummy Bear Light Boxes Stained Glass

Spanish architects Marta Alonso Yebra and Imanol Calderón Elósegui of the MAYICE design studio produce colorful light boxes that resemble colored glass but actually consist of melted gummy bears. To create the light boxes the architects first separate the (Haribo brand) gummy bears by color. The bears are melted to create gelatinous paint, which is then used to make vibrant (and pleasantly scented) compositions. When the compositions cool, they return to a solid state.

Melted Gummy Bear Light Boxes Stained Glass

Melted Gummy Bear Light Boxes Stained Glass

Melted Gummy Bear Light Boxes Stained Glass

Melted Gummy Bear Light Boxes Stained Glass

photos via MAYICE

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