Quirky Food Blogs – There’s a niche for everything

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Nablopomo – Favorite Place – The Interwebs!

It’s true. The internet is definitely my favorite place to be. :P

In case you haven’t seen these weirdo blogs before, you should hop through at least a few to see what other people do with their free time.

Paula Deen Riding Things – An entire site of Paula Deen, The Butter Queen, riding things.

Paula deen riding butter and things on blog food site Paula Deen riding gif

Bea Arthur Mountains Pizza – If you don’t it, don’t worry….it really is just Photoshopped pictures that include Bea Arthur, mountains, and uh, pizza….

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Bread People – Lots of people with various breads for heads.

Stephen Colebert bear claw head Toast Rider - Ghost rider picture with smuckers strawberry jelly jam

Album Tacos – Who doesn’t love tacos and music? Why not have them together then? And there’s tons of old albums, too, so if you don’t recognize newer ones, no worries, there’s something for everybody. If, you know, you’re into this kinda thing…

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Lunchbag Art – Why should brown-bagging it be boring? Here’s an awesome dad who draws on lunch bags.

Zucchini bigger than your arm – Let’s fry it!

Yes, that was a gigantic zucchini. The tiny end is what I used to make these fried zucchini. The big end? Shred it and turned it into blueberry zucchini bread, yum.

When life gives you bananas, write secret messages!

Curved yellow fruits…er, I mean…bananas are such a cheap fruit to find year round, but frankly, they can get boring fast.

With kids going back to school and lunchboxes waiting to be packed 5 days a week for the next 9 months, this is a great way to make the banana a little more fun.

I found them on Laura’s site and she found them elsewhere, but I’ll link to her because she has a nice tutorial on how to do it with several other pictures.

It’s super easy, though…..just poke your message or pictures into the banana peel with a toothpick and by lunchtime, you’ll be able to see it show through. Plain banana in the morning….secret message by noon, woo.

And if you’re feeling extra artsy, don’t be afraid to bust out full sketches like this: