This week's Weird Wednesday links run the gamut from geeky to downright bizarre. Let's dive in, shall we?
Bon Appetit names its 10 best restaurants, including Son of a Gun, Congress, and The Walrus and the Carpenter. Whatever happened to normal restaurant names? [LA Weekly]
Funny or Die uses the Michelle Bachman corn dog image to inspire a slideshow of 15 -- yes, 15 -- politicians shoving "phallic foods" into their mouths. [Funny or Die]
The world's largest stove is no more, thanks to a pesky storm. The 15-ton stove was built for the 1893 World's Fair and burned down at the Michigan State Fairgrounds on Saturday. [Daily Mail]
Angry Birds, make way for Plants vs. Zombies. This collection of Plants vs. Zombies cakes proves there's nothing more delectable than undead cartoons and personified plants. [Walyou]
If that last roundup didn't suit your fancy, perhaps this macabre collection of weird cakes will. [Odd Stuff Magazine]
Super Mario fans will instantly recognize the inspiration behind the Pipe Mug. Diehard gamers might also want to purchase the matching coaster set. [Fangamer]
Is this the greatest liquor store sign in the history of the Internet? Reddit thinks so. [Reddit]
A video of innovative pizza boxes, including boxes that store leftovers, reusable pizza boxes and boxes that break apart into plates. Scott, who leads us through the pizza boxes, has an infectious delivery that makes this video one you've gotta see. [YouTube]
What to do with a VacMaster VP112? Make watermelon tequila bites, of course! [Sit. Stay. Cook.