This unnecessarily complicated pancake-making device would do Wallace and Gromit proud

The Happy Egg Company took their cues for their Pancake-omatic from the cracking contraptions of Wallace and Gromit. It took engineers 200 hours to construct and 100 hours to test this pancake making device, which starts when the enthroned hen lays an egg. It's pretty to look at, but the real question is: are the… »2/10/13 11:30am2/10/13 11:30am

Star Trek portrait pancakes will go where many pancakes have gone before

Pancake artist Nathan Shield of Saipancakes has already delighted us with his mathematic and scientific pancake shapes. More recently, he tried his batter-pouring hand at portraiture, rendering characters from the original Star Trek series in dough. Of course, their mission to explore the human digestive system is… »12/22/12 12:00pm12/22/12 12:00pm