currently banned in the EU, casu marzo is made from pecorino cheese (made from sheep milk) that is left out so that for 2 -3 months the cheese is swarmed by flies. coincidentally the flies then lay their eggs in the cheese. then the eggs hatch and the larva start eating. and digesting. the combination of cheese, flies, larva, and digested cheese are the reasons for the case marzu’s unique taste and texture. (and to be clear it is served with the live maggots still inside.)
check out casu marzu on Gordan Ramsey’s The F-Word
the original car from the 1968 movie Chitty Chitty Bang Bang will soon be placed on the auction block. the motor car is fully functional, and has clocked a whopping 44 miles. the projected final cost of the auto is somewhere between 1 and 2 million bucks, quite the steal assuming all the magic hasn’t worn off yet.
the most fantastigorical musical entertainment in the history of everything…
a magical car
a craft that sails the seas
a flying machine that speeds through the air
it’s like those images where you can drag the mouse and see in a circle, but in video form, filmed from the bottom of a helicopter. it’s pretty cool, but you might want to mute the video unless you like really cheesey versions of the song “Hallelujah”. i personally prefer the Rufus Wainwright version.