If you're already thinking "eeeeeewwwwww," stop. Scrapple is a great, old-school example of nose-to-tail cooking.
There's nothing a little inter-neighborhood rivalry to really make groups of people dream up even more astounding creations.
Most concrete is lazy. It sits around and waits for someone else to patch it. But not this, the Horatio Alger of concretes.
Rubber chickens have a reputation for being silly. Camilla, the rubber chicken mascot of NASA's Solar Dynamic's Lab, is anything but.
We are jealous we didn't think of this first.
Human ears are basically a fleshy battery.
The rack's made out of 15,000 juice pouches made by Honest Tea, which donated it to the store. Now, if only it worked.
To be fair, it apparently has more of a grassy, rice-y, seaweed-y, gingery, lemon smell.
All told, there’s 420 kW of solar power distributed across the neighborhood.