Thanks, Gizmodo, for introducing us to this magical pancake stacking robot.

The high-speed pancake stacking machine is made by Flexpicker Robots, and works its magic out of the Honeytop Specialty Foods headquarters in the UK. Implemented as a bid to reduce labor costs, the robot has the capacity to stack 450 pancakes a minute, improves cycle times by 20%, reduces turnaround times, improves workplace health and safety, and reduces material waste. Mind officially blown.

Watch the stacking machine in action in the YouTube video below.

Here’s some other stuff we loved from today:

Pictures of honey hunting in the Himalayas. [Huffington Post]

Does the Searzall really sear it all? [Bon Appetit]

Watch Stephen Colbert insult North Carolina barbecue. [Eater]

Raw milk vending machines are taking over Europe. [Modern Farmer]

Hawaiian man fights fire with miso soup, wins. [Huffington Post]