Image Courtesy of The Littlest Winslow
These miniature Bacon Cannoli actually contain a filling comprised of both Banana and Peanut Butter. So, shouldn’t it maybe be called the Elvis Cannoli? Find out how to make them at This Link!
I know you were just waiting for it to come to this, right?
Well, it’s June 10th again and that means it’s time to chalk up another banner year here at the Worley Gig, where today we are celebrating Eleven (11!) solid years of Web Dominance! Hurray for us! This past year has seen The Gig give pause to its competition with our unequalled coverage of Art, Bacon and Things that are Pink, as well as Food and Restaurant Reviews, consciousness-expanding coverage of Design and Lifestyle topics and our wildly popular new music series, Video Clip of the Week (which just turned one year old)! I can’t believe how much we rule!
Of course, we could not have achieved this level of success without all of our dedicated and enthusiastic readers. Thanks as always for all of your support, your faithful readership, for Tweeting and Posting our links via your social media outlets, and of course for your fun and insightful comments. Cheers to another great year!
Artist Chloe Wise created this sculpture of a Jewish Star (AKA Star of David) out of delicious crispy Bacon! You can see this amazing (and tasty) artwork as part of The Last Brucennial group art exhibit on now through April 4th, 2014 in a huge street level space located at the corner of 837 Washington and West 13th Streets. Hours are Wednesday through Sunday from 12 Noon to 6 PM. Watch for further coverage of our visit to The Last Brucennial coming to The Gig in the next few days!
I would eat him!
Presented here in no particular order are the Top Ten Holiday Trees from previous Worleygig posts! Enjoy!
Aluminim Christmas Tree with Pink Ornaments (Original Post)
Christmas Tree Made of Books (Original Post)
Hub Cap Christmas Tree (Original Post)
Doughnuts Christmas Tree (Original Post)
Bacon Christmas Tree (Original Post)
Musical Charlie Brown’s Christmas Tree (Original Post)
Godzilla Christmas Tree (Original Post)
Harold Lloyd’s Christmas Tree (Original Post)
Contemporay Art Christmas Tree – Philippe Parreno’s Fraught Times: For Eleven Months of the Year it’s an Artwork and in December it’s Christmas (Original Post)
Origami Tree from the Museum of Natural History NYC (Original Post)