356 entries in Food
  
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Unknown Boxes to alter one graine into another, or to consume the graine or corne to nothing box with false bottom and layer of grains glued on it, turned over for transformation or vanish
Related to 1584 The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXXI) 192
Unknown How to conveie (with words or charmes) the corne conteined in one box into an other previous box used to vanish grains, it reappears in bell type box that has grains behind leather separater that drops down when set hard on table (chop cup like)
Related to 1584 The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXXI) 193
Unknown Boxes to change Graine box with false bottom and layer of grains glued on it, turned over for transformation or vanish, also appearance in bell type box
Related to 1634 The Art of Legerdemain Discovered 32
Unknown Another Trick with Quick-Silver dumplings jump out of a pot when boiled, mercury
1784 Breslaw's Last Legacy 24
Unknown The Cake (or Pudding) in the Hat
Related toAlso published here 1876 Modern Magic 312
Alexander Herrmann The Rice and Orange Trick orange and rice change places, using props (cone and vase)
1876 Modern Magic 337
Unknown The Transformed Handkerchief "one of Herrmann's favourite tricks", borrowed handkerchief transforms into pieces, reappears in produced lemon, burned and restored once more
Related to 1876 Modern Magic 246
Professor Hoffmann Loading a Lemon
1876 Modern Magic 248
Unknown The Bran and Orange Trick bran put in coffer (special tin box) travels back in other box, orange in there instead
1876 Modern Magic 335
Unknown The Cone, or Skittle also "La quille", cone with shell changes place with ball under paper cone cover, also with larger cone and orange
1876 Modern Magic 360
Unknown The Die and Orange large die and orange transpose
1876 Modern Magic 423
Jean-Eugène Robert-Houdin, Unknown The Shower of Sweets sweets appear on plate from loading bag with handkerchief, another loading bag from Robert-Houdin
Related to 1876 Modern Magic 251
Unknown Sweets from Wand gaffed wand to produced sweets
1876 Modern Magic 253
Unknown Apple to Onion with humorous "Reflex" presentation
1876 Modern Magic 357
Unknown To Produce Eggs from an empty Handkerchief
  • Another Method
  • "Patter" for this and a "Cake" Trick (baking cake in trick saucepan)
1890 More Magic 327
Unknown Bran Disappearing from a Glass, and Reappearing under a Plate
1890 More Magic 362
Unknown The Obedient Ball (Improved)
  • orange stops on string
  • ball stops and even travels upwards (mechanical)
Inspired by 1890 More Magic 279
Prof. Taylor Watch to Bread Loaf
1890 More Magic 192
Unknown Die Bonbondüte paper cone rolled, marked by spectator and filled with confetti, confetti changes into sweets
Jan. 1895 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 1 No. 1) 5
Bartholomäus Gebert Citrone, Tuch und Ring lemon and handkerchief transpose in two borrowed hats, then borrowed finger ring is dropped audibly into glass under handkerchief cover and vanishes, it reappears in lemon
Sep. 1896 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 2 No. 1) 6
Unknown Der Apfel des Paris thread pushed through apple with needle, apple slides down and can stop anytime on command
Dec. 1896 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 2 No. 4) 57
Friedrich "Fritz" Hügli Klerikale Wunder - I. Die blutende Hostie bleeding altar bread, chemical explanation
July 1896 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 2 No. 7) 103
Unknown Der fidele Kuchenbäcker cake ingredients poured in borrowed hat, it drops out of the bottom, when turned over the hat is unharmed and full of production items
May 1897 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 2 No. 9) 133
Unknown Der verschwindende Billardball using cut-off slice of billiard ball to fake existence of whole ball, also possible with a lemon
Feb. 1897 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 3 No. 2) 24
Professor Bellonie Citrone, Ring und Tuch auf Wanderschaft traveling routine with lemon, finger ring, silk and glass with tube cover, ring ends up in lemon
Apr. 1897 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 3 No. 4) 55
Carl L. Curiel Die Südfrüchte oranges appear in hat and are thrown in second hat, then they travel back to first hat
Aug. 1897 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 3 No. 2) 26
Unknown Ein Reiserlebnis "by E. C. from Munich", rice poured in the hand vanishes, using secret container, Japanese origin
July 1898 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 4 No. 7) 101
Samuel "St. Roman" Thiersfeld Der fidele Kuchenbäcker No. 25, cake dough poured in borrowed hat, becomes cake
1899 Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 75
Wilson Cake Baking Device gimmick that allows cake dough to apparently pour through borrowed hat
1899 Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 76
Frizzo Polyphon Der moderne Kuchenbäcker baking cake in borrowed hat
Variations Sep. 1899 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 5 No. 9) 135
Unknown Der seekranke Passagier puppet made from orange, wine glass and handkerchief, gag with it
Sep. 1899 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 5 No. 9) 140
Samuel "St. Roman" Thiersfeld Tuch und Apfel No. 22, silk vanishes and reappears inside apple or potato
1899 Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 68
Unknown Die magische Schnellbäckerei No. 7, from borrowed hat flowers and cigarettes are produced, then a cake is baked in it by pouring ingredients in and taking cake out, fake hollow cake
1900 Der Amateurzauberer 125
Unknown Von Auge zu Auge No. 9, grain pushed in one eye, comes out of other
1900 Der Amateurzauberer 130
Unknown Das geheimnisvolle Papierfähnchen No. 12, piece of paper with grain and apple moves by itself, experiment
1900 Der Amateurzauberer 162
Carl Willmann Das Kleieglas grain or confetti in glass transforms into something else (eggs, candy, ...), insert
Variations July 1900 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 6 No. 7) 107
Professor Bellonie Variation zum Kleieglas grain transposition routine with glass and paper cone
Inspired by Aug. 1900 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 6 No. 8) 122
Unknown Reis und Orange No. 18, rice in one container transposes with an orange under a cover
1900 Der Amateurzauberer 150
Julius Kupka Citrone und Tuch lemon in hat transposes with silk in hands
Sep. 1900 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 6 No. 9) 141
Unknown Der hüpfende Apfel No. 9, some quicksilver put in apple, it jumps when put on heating, chemical
1900 Der Amateurzauberer 161
Unknown Der geteilte Apfel apple splits into four pieces after it is peeled
July 1900 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 6 No. 7) 111
Friedrich "Fritz" Hügli Die verschwindende Taschenuhr borrowed watch vanishes in glass of water and reappears inside bread roll
July 1900 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 6 No. 7) 109
Unknown Der magische Kochtopf
Also published here Aug. 1901 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 8) 121
Professor Hoffmann Vortrag zum magischen Kochtopf routine with egg production and cake-in-hat
Related to Oct. 1901 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 10) 155
Professor Hoffmann Vortrag zum magischen Kochtopf part two
Related to Nov. 1901 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 11) 168
Carl Willmann Der magische Becher cup filled with grains or something, vanishes or changes into silk, Boston box principle
Apr. 1901 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 4) 53
Josef Löffler Eine mysteriöse Wanderung grains put in paper cone, wine vanishes from bottle and is now in cone instead of grain
May 1901 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 5) 72
Carl Willmann Die magische Bonbondüte watch and handkerchief borrowed and put in a box, then both reappear in a paper packet along with candy
Sep. 1901 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 9) 135
Carl Willmann Die gelbe Rübe compressible carrot as production item
Mar. 1901 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 3) 44
Unknown Die rastlose Weintraube grape floating up and down in champagne
Oct. 1901 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 10) 159
Emil Clauß Zum modernen Kuchenbäcker cake in hat
Inspired by Nov. 1902 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 8 No. 11) 169
Unknown A Novel Way to Slice a Pear non-magical science experiment
1902 The Modern Conjurer 312
Hänsel Kastner Ein niedliches Gauklerstückchen knowing the number of separate pieces inside an orange
May 1902 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 8 No. 5) 78
Friedrich "Fritz" Hügli VII. Seltsam, seltsam, sonderbar! 1. Das Loch im Taschentuch (hole is cut in handkerchief and restored)
2. Das verschwindende Geldstück (coin disappears under glass, and appears again)
3. Katalepsie eines Taschentuchs (Silk balances on corner)
4. Das Taschentuch als Zuckerbäcker (candy production from silk)
1902 Moderne Magie 107
Friedrich "Fritz" Hügli XXIV. Ein magisches Mirakel 1. Die Puppentücher (silks change into ribbon)
2. Eine gelungene Reparatur (ribbon vanishes and appears as normal silk in a glass)
3. Der Flüchtling (silk placed back inside glass, both vanish unter handkerchief)
4. Wiederkunft (glass filled with red wine appears under handkerchief)
5. Farbenwechsel (red wine changes into white wine)
6. Der unsichtbare Abfluss (liquid vanishes from bottle)
7. Pariser Zuckerbäckerei (bran placed inside glass, changes into candy)
1902 Moderne Magie 209
Carl Willmann Das Taschentuchkästchen borrowed watch and handkerchief vanish from box/apparatus and reappear inside bread
Apr. 1902 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 8 No. 4) 57
Ottokar Fischer Ein verblüffendes Tisch-Kunststück coin, finger ring and bill borrowed and put in vest pocket, bill appears inside bread roll, ring inside matchbox and coin under a glass
Oct. 1902 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 8 No. 10) 153
Unknown A Cake Baked in a Hat (Improved Method)
Related to 1903 Later Magic 456
Hamley Brothers A Borrowed Watch Changed to a Lemon fake lemon with ticking clockwork
1903 Later Magic 156
Unknown The Bewitched Orange long ribbon produced from orange
1903 Later Magic 434
Carl L. Curiel The Wandering Oranges oranges produced from borrowed hat, they then travel to another hat
1903 Later Magic 459
William E. Robinson A Borrowed Ring Found in a Potato actual ring loaded into potato
Related to 1903 Later Magic 194
Joseph Michael Hartz The Glass with Mirror Partition appearing candy, silk transformation, removing partition, methods for turning glass around, as servante
  • Different Forms of the Glass
  • Illustrations of its Uses
1903 Later Magic 42
Unknown The Shower of Sweets (Improved Method) shower of bonbons falls from handkerchief
Related to 1903 Later Magic 344
Unknown Der Eierkuchen im Hut in modernster Ausführung baking an egg cake in hat
Related to Aug. 1904 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 4 No. 8) 128
Unknown Der Eierkuchen im Hut in modernster Ausführung second part
Related to Sep. 1904 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 4 No. 9) 145
Carl Willmann Der Teller für Eierkuchen im Hut hollow plate for cake in hat routine
Aug. 1904 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 10 No. 8) 122
Hugo Wohlers Ein japanischer Reistrick loose rice vanishes in hand, secret purse container with spring-powered opening
Oct. 1904 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 10 No. 10) 155
Wilhelm Zimmermann Ring- und Tuch-Kunststück borrowed finger ring knotted in silk and put in glass, vanishes there and reappears in chosen bread roll, silk and ring vanish again, ring in nest of boxes that was given to spectator at the beginning
May 1904 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 4 No. 5) 74
A. J. Eine neue Methode, um eine beliebig grosse Münze oder eine Kartenecke in ein Brot zu bringen ungaffed knife with item stuck to its blade that should be loaded into bread
June 1904 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 10 No. 6) 86
Harry Stork Hot Oysters from Hat
1909 The Art of Magic 334
Unknown The Vanishing Rice rice vanishes between hands, flesh-colored bag
Also published here 1911 Later Magic 566
Unknown The Vanishing Rice rice vanishes between hands, flesh-colored bag
Also published here 1911 Magical Titbits 11
Oswald Rae Something from Nothing tube is sealed with paper and rubber bands on both ends, hole in paper and at will, black coffee, milk or milk coffee is produced, eventually sugar and biscuits are poured out
1928 Sub Rosa 36
Oswald Rae The Magic Chimney Pot christmas themed routine, three empty socks are placed in a chimney model, socks fill up with food, then silks, flags and flowers are produced from the chimney
Also published here
  • "The Magic Chimney Pot" in "The Magic Wand"
1930 Original Magic 16
Tom Sellers Handkerchiefs and Lemons chosen silk to lemon
1931 Magical Pleasantries 12
Unknown Coin and Apple coin and apple change places, under paper cones
1935 Coin Magic 22
Ivor Smith Various Routines 2 Uses a black art table and a tri-color thimble and has a lemon production
1936 Thimble Magic 33
Stewart James The Candy King Miraskill with candies
Variations 1936 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 24) 151
Otis Manning Brrr!! (meaning 'very cold'), coin transforms into fake ice cream cone
1936 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 16) 79
Edward Reese Banana Bill bill to banana
1937 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue Summer Extra 1937) 225
Dr. Edward G. Ervin Egg and Lemon egg and lemon each in silk transpose
Also published here
  • "An Illusive Metamorphosis" (The Sphinx, June 1921)
1937 The Strange Inventions of Doctor Ervin 76
Dr. Edward G. Ervin A Cut and Restored Lemon with lemon shell
1937 The Strange Inventions of Doctor Ervin 80
Franklin M. Chapman Watch-In-Loaf watch is apparently smashed and reappears in loaf of bread
1938 Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 1 No. 5) 2
Audley Walsh Pop...Did...Dee...Pop...Pop!!!! cooking popcorn with children
1939 The Magic Annual for 1938 and 1939 102
U. F. Grant Tomato Cocktail tomato vanishes from paper bag, where only tomato skin remains, in cup appears tomato juice
Related to 1940 The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 103) 623
Bruce Elliott Fisherman's Fancy goldfish cut out of carrot becomes real
1940 The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 104) 627
Bob Pearce A Headline Egg-Bag Routine with lemon, glass of lemonade produced as climax
1940 Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 2 No. 12) 4
Unknown Noodle Soup Number Prediction using noodle soup digits
1940 The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 108) 647
Eddie Joseph Suspensamus bowl with rice suspends on knife
Related to 1941 The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 129) 741
Unknown The Bewitched Banana self cutting banana, number of slices matches selected number card
1941/27 Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 1 290
Unknown The Magic Orange thread through orange penetration
1941/27 Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 1 338
Greer Marechal Jr. Streamlined Hoffmann
Inspired by 1942 The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 19) 81
Eddie Joseph The Coin and the Orange coin and paper-wrapped glass, coin vanishes, orange appears under glass, orange vanishes, glass vanishes, orange found in pocket, coin in orange, no lapping
1942 Coin and Money Magic 112
Eddie Joseph The Coin in the Cookie
1942 Coin and Money Magic 107
Bruce Elliott Blackout Magic - Adam's Apple wrists of performer held by spectator's, apple travels from one hand to the other
Related to 1942 The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 15) 61
Eddie Joseph Real Ice Cream Cone from Cup with dry ice in cup to keep it cold
1942 The Last Word on Cups and Balls 30
Eddie Joseph Jelly from Cup jelly produced from cup, using a wand with hook
1942 The Last Word on Cups and Balls 32
Unknown Puffing Rice in a Cone making popcorn in paper cone
1942/27 Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 2 85
Jean Hugard The Serpent Handkerchief lemon appears, handkerchief in paper changes with fruit of lemon, to dry handkerchief it's held over a candle where it is burnt and eventually found in wrapping paper
Related to Nov. 1943 Hugard's Magic Monthly — Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 1 No. 6) 22
Jean Hugard The Serpent Handkerchief (Continued from November Issue)
Related to Dec. 1943 Hugard's Magic Monthly — Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 1 No. 7) 27
Laurie Ireland The Utility Loaf of Bread fake loaf of bread
1943 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1943) 12
Jean Hugard Do-Nuts to You grandmother's necklace with donuts and ropes going through sleeves of jacket, bowl of water is produced as a finale
Sep. 1943 Hugard's Magic Monthly — Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 1 No. 4) 13
Jean Hugard, Chung Ling Soo II. The Vanish by the Throw Behind the Back explained with a ball, description of Chung Ling Soo's use of the move for the linking rings and the vanish of an orange
Oct. 1944 Hugard's Magic Monthly — Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 2 No. 5) 77
Jean Hugard The Punishment Fits the Crime coin transforms into lemon, under hat
Dec. 1944 Hugard's Magic Monthly — Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 2 No. 7) 86
Paul Morris A Life Saver life saver turns into coins, and is produced from the air
May 1945 Hugard's Magic Monthly — Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 2 No. 12) 122
Thos. W. Duncan The Inexhaustible Hat routine, handkerchiefs transform, change and then reappear under hat, later fruits, paper streamer and finally rabbit is produced
1945 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1945) 22
Greer Marechal Jr. Purse Pastry cake in the hat with spectator's purse
1946 The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 114) 457
Bob Baxter Birthday Cake
Jan. 1946 Hugard's Magic Monthly — Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 3 No. 8) 184
Hen Fetsch On Head milk changes into rice, over spectator's head, comedy routine
1946 Milk Pitcher Magic 26
Hen Fetsch Unity milk, rice and a handkerchief change places, with funnel and "Genii Tube"
1946 Milk Pitcher Magic 29
Hen Fetsch Happy Birthday milk and other invisible ingredients are placed inside cone, they change to cookies and message appears on cone
1946 Milk Pitcher Magic 28
Laurie Ireland Drink Your Milk milk pitcher routine, milk to candy
1946 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1946) 12
Laurie Ireland Candy from the Air production box, candy
1946 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1946) 15
Hen Fetsch Bunko Beans bean seeds change into beans, in a pot
1946 Milk Pitcher Magic 11
Hen Fetsch Cream Conjuring milk poured in cup, child shall hold it over head and turn it over, changes into ice cream
1946 Milk Pitcher Magic 17
Hen Fetsch Garden Hat carrots and cabbage are produced from hat
1946 Milk Pitcher Magic 11
Eugene Gloye Magic in Milk Containers ideas with milk container, gaffed
  • A Gag I Call "As You Wish, Sir"
  • The Milk Man has a hard Time
  • Passe Passe Bottles with a Milk Bottle
  • Very Best Cake in Hat
  • Dove Bottle ala Milk Carton
  • A Lota Effect
  • Topsy Turvy Bottle
  • Perfect Passing Glass of Milk
1947 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1947) 28
L. Vosburgh Lyons Inhale This! with benzedrine inhaler, spectator drops amount of different colored candies in the inhaler and performer knows how many from each color
1947 The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 122) 489
Billy McComb William's Ice Cream Production cup filled with confetti changes into ice cream
1947 The First Book of William 14
Billy McComb More About Ice Cream four more ideas with ice cream tricks
1947 The First Book of William 16
Bert Douglas Ice Cream Cone Production from handkerchief, fake, gag
1947 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1947) 11
U. F. Grant A Loaf of Bread rubber loaf produced from paper bag
Dec. 1948 Grant's Inner Circle Magazine (Vol. 1 No. 3) 5
U. F. Grant The Midget's Lunch Box production routine with rubber food
Dec. 1948 Grant's Inner Circle Magazine (Vol. 1 No. 3) 5
Sid Lorraine, Bert Douglas Watch the Lemon lemon is supposed to travel into glas, only skin remains, lemonade in glass
Inspired by
  • "The 'Lemon Crush' Mystery" (Sid Lorraine, Linking Ring Vol. 2 No. 11, 1924)
Related toVariations
1948/27 Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 5 75
Harlan Tarbell Orange and Die die and orange change places, prop magic
1948/27 Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 5 251
Unknown Popping Corn in a Hat popcorn production
1948/27 Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 5 78
Harlan Tarbell Tarbell's Quick Popper popcorn production, kind of waste basket
1948/27 Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 5 83
Jack Yeager Finish for a Cigarette Act cake from spectator's hat as a finish
1949 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1949) 28
Val Evans Crazy Crackers chinese compass with crackers
Also published here
  • "Optogramma" Lloyd Jones' "The Bat" 1948.
1949 Over the Coffee Cups 32
"Chic" Schoke Schoke's Wise Cracker gag, bar bet with cracker
1949 Over the Coffee Cups 33
Tony Lopilato Baker's Dream bread is produced from a box, baker
1949 The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 172) 689
Bert Douglas Rubber Ice Cream Cone Routine ice cream in pocket, licked during the show as running gag
1949 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1949) 15
Unknown Vanishing Creamer creamer vanishes from tube formed with a bill
1949 Over the Coffee Cups 4
Unknown Sailor and the Doughnut gag puzzle
1949 Over the Coffee Cups 33
Felix Korim Alphabet Soup Divination letters of alphabet soup form selection
July 1949 Grant's Inner Circle Magazine (Vol. 1 No. 9 & 10) 14
Eddie Joseph The Shower of Rice from spectator's clothing
1950 The Art of Body Loading & Productions 57
Eddie Joseph Glass and Orange glass under newspaper cover, orange vanishes, glass vanishes, both found in spectator's clothing, stand-up without lapping
1950 The Art of Body Loading & Productions 48
Eddie Joseph Live Banana from Volunteer in Auditorium
1950 The Art of Body Loading & Productions 54
Harvey P. Graham Peas two in the hand one in the pocket routine, with peas, Mendel's laws of genetic presentation
1950 The Phoenix 201 — 250 (Issue 209) 836
Don Alan Bread Sandwich selection is found between two slices of bread
1951 Close-Up Time wit Don Alan 11
Milbourne Christopher Popsicle ice cream taken from pocket, small explosion
1951 The Phoenix 201 — 250 (Issue 229) 914
Norman Jensen Wet Ice Cream gag, water from cone of ice cream, fake
1951 The Phoenix 201 — 250 (Issue 230) 918
Phil D'Rey The Derelict comedy-tragedy, song using a hat and a rubber ice cream cone
1951 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1951) 22
Don Alan Don Alan's Cereal Bowl Routine rice bowls type
Related to 1951 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1951) 32
John Ramsay The Routine four beans are put in eyes and ears and appear one by one between the lips
Related to
  • Edwin Sachs' "Chinese Marble Trick" in "Sleight of Hand"
1952 Four Little Beans 7
John Ramsay Section I. Preliminary 1. Initial Position
2. On the Table
3. Moistening the Beans
4. Poition
1952 Four Little Beans 7
John Ramsay Section II. Disposal of the Beans 5. Behind the Right Ear
6. Behind the Left Ear
7. Into the Right Eye
8. Into the Left Eye
9. Position
1952 Four Little Beans 10
John Ramsay Section III. Reappearance of the Beans 10. From the Left Eye
11. From the Right Eye
12. From the Right Ear
13. From the Left Ear
14. All Clear!
1952 Four Little Beans 13
Victor Farelli Afterword annotations to the Ramsay routine
1952 Four Little Beans 17
Eddie Turner Dove Pan Doings ideas for routine in Orben's Patter for Standart Tricks, baking cake in dove pan
1953 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1953) 33
Karrell Fox They're All Aces - Take a Card any card ideas and gags
  • Old Money (bill with beard)
  • Bedroom Eyes (beds on glasses)
  • Genii Weenie (hot dog from Aladin lamp)
  • Bounced (rubber check joke)
  • Candelabra (original way to light three matches on a matchbook)
  • Nose Nonsense (spoon on nose gag)
  • Fan Fun (fan gag)
1954 The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 311) 42
Karrell Fox The Vendor Pitch Act gag bit, production of hot dogs, cigars, bananas etc
1954 Kornfidentially Yours 44
Karrell Fox Pop-Up Banana banana joke, after taking a bite, banana pops back in original form
1954 Kornfidentially Yours 6
Karrell Fox Impromptu Zombie floating roll, fork
1954 The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 301) 3
Gerald Kosky Beans three beans are swallowed and brought back, then they travel from one hand to the other
1954 The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 306) 22
Don Alan Pop Corn Swallowing like needle swallowing, for children
1954 The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 308) 29
Eugene Gloye Rice and Silk Routine with Square Circle
1955 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1955) 26
Eugene Gloye Confetti & Oranges Phantom Tube routine, with confetti and oranges
1955 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1955) 31
Paul LePaul Holy Potatoes piercing a potato with a straw
1955 The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 324) 106
George Karger Ghost of the Morro Crab napkin moves over table, orange / lime under it
1957 The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 340) 175
John D. Pomeroy Trick or Treat trick for Halloween, making candies appear
1957 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1957) 34
Harlan Tarbell Multiplying Corn Flakes and Milk rice bowls variation with cups
Related to 1957 The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 343) 197
Oran Bailey Dent Trickities several ideas
  • Production Cake (making a cake for dove pan)
  • Puttering with Pins (finding the right pins)
  • Leading Liquids (how to carry small quantities of liquid)
  • Dove Pan Flowers (tip to load the dove pan)
  • Flashy Confetti (how to make sparkling confetti)
1958 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1958) 9
The Great Christe Christe's Rice and Ball Penetration with two glasses, funnel and tray
1959 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1959) 30
Henry O. Silsbee III Rice Fantasia rice routine, rice bowls, knife in pot of rice etc.
1960 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1960) 15
Charlie Miller, David Devant A Lesson in Magic with assistant, one claims to teach "handkerchief to lemon", handkerchief changes to small pieces, to ribbon, then to lemon, handkerchief inside, center cut out of two handkerchiefs, mismade handkerchief restoration, handkerchief to liquid, restored handkerchiefs reappear
1961 An Evening with Charlie Miller 41
Robert A. Nelson Life Savers with an ESP Flavor bag with different flavored Life Savor candies, spectator takes one and eats it, performer divines taste
1961 Still More Miracles in Mentalism 11
Al Baker Al Baker's Apple Trick effect description
1961 The Magic of Charles Earle Miller 66
Dr. Helmut Teumer, Dr. Stanley Jaks Der südamerikanische Kürbistrick message appears on pumpkin
Also published here 1961 Dr. Stanley-Jaks und seine Geheimnisse 98
Allessandro Good Deed Container candy produced from cannister
1964 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1963-64) 38
Jay Weiler Picture Cake Production pictures of flour, eggs, ... transform into picture of cake
May 1966 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 1 No. 7) 34
Ali Bongo Bouquets and Bangers glove is tossed in the air and changes into flowers, other glove changes into sausages
1966 The Bongo Book 49
Ali Bongo Fruit Salad two in the hand with miniature fruits, can of fruit salad as climax
1966 The Bongo Book 31
Tony Cole Inversion inverted glass with ring inside covered with paper tube, rice poured in, rice and ring transpose
Related to
  • p. 88 for further comments
Jan. 1967 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 2 No. 3) 73
Roy Baker Jack & The Chocolate Bean Stalk Kid's trick, storytelling about Jack and the Bean Stalk, produce shower of candy/M&Ms at the end
1968 Newspaper Magic 74
Eddie Joseph Indian Rice Stabbing Illusion first one cup of rice fills six cups, then glass jar of rice clings to stick or knife
1969 The Art of Eddie Joseph 225
K. Yost Silk Monte silks and glasses travel behind two screens, as guessing game, as finale silk changes to orange
July 1969 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 4 No. 9) 267
Lee Wayne Westgate Bowl Ideas as Le Wayne, fishbowl production ideas
1970 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1969-70) 135
Frank Pongrac Tips various ideas
  • Snkae Drawer Box
  • Blooming Stooge, German Sealed Milk Glass & Baker Shaker combination
  • Multiplying Billiard Balls & Cups and Balls combination
  • idea for Allerton's Aspirin Box
Inspired by 1970 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1969-70) 137
Floyd Shotts, Frank Novotny Hot-Banana banana changes to hot dog
1970 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1969-70) 130
Parker Swan How to Force a Watermelon card or silk in watermelon, gag
1970 How to Force a Watermelon 3
Art Spring Crushed orange is supposed to travel into glas, only skin remains, orange juice in glass, simplified, see p. 337 for Sid Lorraine reference
Inspired by Mar. 1970 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5 No. 5) 325
Van Cleve Electric Cucumber comedy prop, cucumber with electric switch, with patter ideas by Gene Anderson, Dick Zimmerman and Leon Leon
1970 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1969-70) 136
Johnny Baron Baron's Popcorn Box popcorn are produced from empty box
1970 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1969-70) 100
Lloyd E. Jones Eggs-Actly! longer routine with eggs for children, egg bag, cake-in-the-pocket
1971 The Compleat Magick — Volume I (Issue 14) 69
Stan Blumenthal Jump Up selection is found with 'Mexican Jumping Beans', beans on ribbon spread, one jumps and lands on selection
1972 The Compleat Magick - Volume 1 (Issue 55) 272
Bob Read Hats and Corks four paper balls under hat, through table, two hats, small bread appears as a finaly
Related to 1973 Thanks to Pepys... 44
Robert E. Neale 5-Second Rice rice in double Foo-Can, tube that is open on both ends and rice does not fall out when poured into it and also not when turned over, but on turning back it does, with notes by Karl Fulves
Also published here Aug. 1974 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9 No. 10) 783
Patrick Page The Shower of Sweets sweets are produced from handkerchief
1974 Tricks with Handkerchiefs 18
Amedeo Vacca Coffee Break coffee beans eaten and they reappear from mouth
1974 Amedeo's Continental Magic 36
Roger Crabtree 14 Carats probabilistic force of vegetable "carrot"
Aug. 1974 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9 No. 10) 777
Unknown Odd Optic the floating finger illusion, gag, produce a sausage
1975 Pabular (Vol. 2 No. 1) 157
Faucett Ross Rabbit to Sausages Produce rabbit, change it into sausages
1975 Magic With Faucett Ross 113
Fredric Broder Fortune's Cookies prediction of message from fortune cookies, lot of cookies in a box, several are selected
1975 The Compleat Magick — Volume II (Issue 129) 641
Faucett Ross Candy Bowl Presentation Bowl filled with confetti becomes bowl filled with candy
1975 Magic With Faucett Ross 66
Unknown Aceitunas Comidas por la Cabeza olive is hit through back of performer's head and ends up in mouth, humorous routine
1975 Magia en el Bar 15
Unknown Un "Pinchito" de Ida y Vuelta gag, spectator cannot grasp food which is offered
1975 Magia en el Bar 63
Frank Garcia Rubber Frankfurter Finish
1976 The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 219
Frank Garcia Hollow Egg and Lemon Idea
1976 The Encyclopedia of Sponge Ball Magic 206
Harry Lorayne French Fries paper straw is pushed through raw potato
1977 The Magic Book 268
John F. Mendoza, Steve Spain Steve France hot dog production after Jean Merlin's bill routine
Inspired by
  • "The Little Travellers" (Jean Merlin)
1978 The Book of John 108
Unknown The Lemon Pig pig figure constructed from lemon and matches
1979 Elastrix 40
Karrell Fox P. "Nutty" Sandwich producing lots of food from lunch box, finally a peanut butter sandwich with full glass of peanut butter between the bread
1979 Another Book 311
Unknown Crash - Diving Submarine raisins in club soda rise up and down, physics
1979 Elastrix 38
Bob Fitch 2 Wrapped Glasses, 1 Coin & 2 Oranges "Extras - Variations - 8)"
coin and orange transpose
1980 Topit Again & Again 7
Al Smith, Arthur Day, Fred Snooks Fumdubulators
  • producing false teeth and a skull
  • floating crisp
  • producing a potato from a crisp bag (Arthur day)
  • Irish Key Ring, key ring on false end of a key, gag (Arthur Day)
  • bar bet with matchbox (Fred Snooks)
1980 Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 4) 836
Dick Turpin Turpin's Turnip heads tails game under a hat, eventually a turnip and a full glass of liquid appears, see also "The Modern Magic Manual"
Related to 1980 Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 9) 902
John Fealey Po£o gag at store, bill is found inside Polo Mints / Lifesaver
1980 The Talon (Issue 6) 79
Steve Beam Rolling Along sitting on a roll, gag
1980 Diary of a Deranged Deck 7
Unknown An Amazing Apple No. 34, apple thrown on the floor bounces back, behind table
1981 Self-Working Table Magic 44
Karl Fulves The Apple Monster No. 35, apple thrown on the floor bounces back, behind table, large bite has been taken from apple
1981 Self-Working Table Magic 46
Bob Chesbro Fortune Cookie rubber saltine cookie shown and placed aside, later it changes into real one with signed folded selection inside
1982 The Tipnician 45
Kennedy Smith Smarty Cube hole in tray, cube in box put on top, colored spots fall through hole (smarties), cube is now black, black hole presentation
1982 Rubik Cubik Magik 7
John Fealey Polo 2 "Po£o", joke for paying in a shop, pound note is found in a roll of Polo mints, half is torn and changes into a coin
1982 Spell-Binder (Vol. 1 No. 9) 157
Meir Yedid Card Flakes small box of corn flakes turns into deck of cards, inside box are the corn flakes and cards appear from mouth
1982 Close-Up Hallucinations 30
Edward Marlo, Meir Yedid Rise, Rise, Rise to change small box of corn flakes into deck of playing cards
1982 Close-Up Hallucinations 31
Unknown Fireworks No. 14, orange peeling squeezed over flame
1983 101 Psychic Tests 6
Unknown The Mystery of the Oranges No. 81, signed orange is mixed with other oranges in a bag, performer locates the signed one without looking
1983 101 Psychic Tests 22
Unknown Cutting the Apple No. 26, apple on palm is hit by knife, apple splits in two but hand is unharmed
1983 101 Psychic Tests 8
Unknown The East Indian Bean Trick No. 99, three beans are eaten and reproduced from mouth
1983 101 Psychic Tests 27
Patrick Martin Hard to Swallow fish-shaped carrot becomes goldfish
1983 The New York Magic Symposium - Collection 2 21
Steve Beam Hot Dog! repeated hot dog production, put in bag and all vanish, like sponge banana production, see p. 104 for additional idea by Kevin Justice
1984 The Trapdoor — Volume One (Issue 4) 64
Roger Crosthwaite The Umbrella Thing a small umbrella appears, then two coins are produced and they change places in the hands of the performer, coins turn into a small cheese and eventually a large cheese is produced
1984 The Best of Close-Up Magic 27
Karl Fulves Animal Crackers No. 47, spectator puts two empty napkins in empty cracker box, crackers appear, over-the-head principle
1985 Self-Working Paper Magic 85
Karrell Fox "Geni-Weenie" rubber sausage appears on lamp, gag
1986 For My Next Trick... 86
Ray Kosby The Sidewinder Pretzel straight bar-pretzel is pushed into fist and comes out at impossible angles, finally transforms into knotted standard pretzel
1986 The New York Magic Symposium — Collection 5 108
Steve Beam Happy Food gag for banquet performances
1986 The Trapdoor — Volume One (Issue 13) 223
Frank Herman Fearless Fido Charlie Miller's Royal Rising Pencil with a hot dog weener
Inspired by 1987 The Trapdoor — Volume One (Issue 20) 347
John Cornelius Bowl Routine Cake Production final load for benson bowl
Related to 1988 Creative Secrets No. 1 16
Gary Kurtz Orange red and yellow ball rolled up in sheet of paper turn into orange
Related to 1988 Continuations ... Departures 2 18
Duraty The Little Cracker a cracker is eaten by spectator except for a piece, found restored in napkin
1988 Magical Arts Journal (Vol. 2 No. 7&8 Arcane) 22
Ash-Lee Fantasy in Salt and Vinegar predict flavour of crisps - when wrong, magician makes flavour change to match prediction
Also published here 1989 Close Up Magic To Tapdance To 43
Stephen Tucker "A" Is for Apple stalk of an apple is removed, vanishes and appears back attached on the apple
1989 The British Close-Up Magic Symposium 1989 13
Gary Kurtz Orange lemon and tomato change into fruit in cardboard
Related to 1990 Unexplainable Acts 43
Rocco Silano Coins and Kisses four coins vanish with wave of wand, then candy kisses appear in hand
1990 If it fits... Sleeve it! 26
Bruce Elliott Adam's Apple No. 70, wrists of performer tied, apple travels from one hand to the other
Related to 1990 Self-Working Rope Magic 147
Jesse Dicamillo Breaded Fish live goldfish from bread roll
1990 Magical Arts Journal (Vol. 3 No. 1-5 Aspen Bar Magic) 66
Steve Beam Roller Derby while doing the coin roll, a dinner roll appears
1990 The Trapdoor — Volume Two (Issue 33) 592
Michael Weber To Feed Many food (grapes, nuts or the like) placed in bowls, even though some are eaten the amount stays the same, mathematical principle (edge counting)
Also published here 1990 [1990 Notes] 4
Mac King Fork You In The Eyes Stick fork in eye, cream shoots out (gag with coffee creamer)
1990 Howdy! I'm Mac King! 11
Rocco Silano Popped Corn corn changes to popcorn in hands
1990 If it fits... Sleeve it! 67
Michael Weber To Feed Many food (grapes, nuts or the like) placed in bowls, even though some are eaten the amount stays the same, mathematical principle (edge counting)
VariationsAlso published here 1991 Life Savers 103
Karrell Fox Here Doggy rubber sausage appears from top hat, sight gag
1991 Goodies 62
Mark Sicher The Famous Popcorn Trick gag, eating popcorn from the floor in a movie theater
Also published here
  • "The Famous Popcorn Trick" in "Try It... You'll Like It"
1991 The Minotaur (Vol. 3 No. 2) 7
Alexander de Cova Heba's Fez egg from hand to hat/fez multiple times, two melons as final loads, with spectator on stage
1992 Ein Profi packt aus... 25
Harlan Tarbell Anytime Cake in the Hat
1993 Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 8 49
Unknown The Hindu Jar of Grain grain disappears from jar
1993 Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 8 112
Unknown The Hindu Disappearing Grain grain disappears from can
1993 Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 8 113
Harlan Tarbell Tarbell's Oranges cups and balls routine with flower pots
1993 Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 8 76
Unknown Have a Banana real banana is taken from drawing
1993 Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 8 207
Unknown A Lemon While You Wait lemon is drawn and removed from drawing, it is real
1993 Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 8 209
Harlan Tarbell Orange Vase Combination orange as ball
1993 Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 8 234
Harlan Tarbell Potato and Die large die and potato transpose with hat
1993 Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 8 72
Chris "Doc" Dixon Spitting Image as Chris Buylla, part of pretzel is broken off, performer eats rest, later pretzel is found in banded card case
1993 The Minotaur (Vol. 5 No. 4) 10
Giovanni Livera Karate Kracker Karate Coin done with a cracker
1993 The Minotaur (Vol. 5 No. 2) 4
Martin Gardner Blow Up marshmallow grows to twice the size in vacuum and then instantly collapses again
1993 Rigmarole (Issue 1) 10
Unknown Come-Back Bread Crumb two in hand, one away, it returns, repeat
1993 Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 8 64
Joe Rindfleisch Slim to None building an eatable wand
1994 The Minotaur (Vol. 6 No. 2) 9
Martin Gardner Rising Marble marble rises to the top in rice-filled glass
Also published here
  • "Physics Teacher" (Sept. 1994)
1994 Rigmarole (Issue 10) 115
Curtis Kam Fortunate Break ring vanishes and appears in chosen fortune cookie, other cookies are smashed with a hammer
1994 The Minotaur (Vol. 6 No. 1) 1
Ali Bongo Pick-A-Pencil / Pick-A-Lollipop bunch of pencils, all removed but one, prediction
Also published here 1994 Lecture Notes '94 3
Alan Shaxon Versiegeltes Glück different colored cups, bag with silks, children get candies in the remaining cup is money
1994 Alan Shaxon Lecture 35
Ray Kosby The Bite apple changes color
1994 Tricks 5
Karl Fulves Jury Rigged card to cereal box, "cereal killer" patter
Related to 1994 Crooked Tales 84
Karl Fulves Gambler's Switch Method simplified "Jury Rigged", card to cereal box
Related to 1994 Crooked Tales 86
Steve Beam Subscriptions using cereal boxes as magazine holders, which brand fits which magazine
1994 The Trapdoor — Volume Three (Issue 53) 981
R. Paul Wilson Ingrained Reaction card appears written on a grain of rice
1995 The Little Black Book 1
Karrell Fox Willie The Worm spring snake from snake can comes out of apple apparently
1995 Much Ado About Something 76
Karrell Fox The Cereal Killer favorite breakfast cereal chosen from multiple boxes, prediction
1995 Much Ado About Something 64
Paul Harris Hot Chocolate folded up chocolate paper is unfolded and chocolate reappears inside
1996 The Art of Astonishment — Book 3 (Issue New Stuff) 21
Robert E. Neale Orange impossible/fascinating object with an orange
1996 The Art of Astonishment - Book 1 (Issue Astonishing Friends) 261
Paul Harris The Burbling of a Pea floating a pea above the mouth
1996 The Art of Astonishment — Book 3 (Issue Secrets of the Astonishing Executive) 269
Michael Kaminskas Candy Caper m&m bag is torn open and sealed again
1996 Miracle Material 94
Paul Harris Apple torn and restored apple
1996 The Art of Astonishment - Book 1 (Issue New Stuff) 35
Paul Harris Peanut Butter and Jellyfish top slice of sandwich floats up and moves around
1996 The Art of Astonishment — Book 3 (Issue New Stuff) 27
Karl Fulves Eve's Apple silk through wrist, apple produced from silk
Related to 1997 The Fine Print (Issue 6) 136
Chris Sutton A Fist Full of Olives olives appear on miniature plastic sword, penetration of hand presentation
1997 Trephine 120
Robert E. Olson Production of the Lemon from handkerchief
1998 Ultimate Bill in Lemon 5
Stephen Bargatze Chops and Balls humorous chop cup routine with a gun, baseball and turnip
1998 The Trapdoor — Volume Three (Issue 70) 1475
Robert E. Olson Signed Coin in Cut and Restored Apple
1998 Ultimate Bill in Lemon 14
Steve Bedwell Ferrero Rocher Anyone? "balls from mouth"
1998 ca. Flexing and Twisting 8
Bob King Card in Orange Plus deck changes in lemon, with torn-off corner, with fake bloody fingers as comedy prop
Inspired by 1999 Private Notes 4
David Regal Sweet Tooth Spectator selects candy from a stack of cards, prediction is a bag of that selected candy in an envelope
1999 Close-Up & Personal 218
David Regal My Best Friend Chop Cup routine involving mice under a cup, appearing cheese and final load of lots of fake mice
1999 Close-Up & Personal 90
Ash-Lee Fantasy in Salt and Vinegar predict flavour of crisps - when wrong, magician makes flavour change to match prediction
Also published here 2000 Son of Simon Says! 169
Chad Long Mint Busters candy cane is transformed into ball, then flat mint
2000 Some Other Stuff... 2
Don Alan Cereal Bowls rice bowls type, with rubber hot dogs and other props
Related to 2000 In a Class by Himself — The Legacy of Don Alan 231
John Cornelius The Ball, The Bowl, and the Big, Big Cake very involved cake production as final load
Related to 2001 The Award-Winning Magic of John Cornelius 147
Kurt Weiss Ghost Detector red and white silk tied together, they untie by themselves, apple in paper bag transforms into two oranges, rubber apple
2001 Latter Day Secrets (Issue 6) 204
John Carney Astral Projection Hawaii chosen as travel destination, performer transforms into Hawaii tourist, sand from shoe, towel and pineapple production
2002 The Book of Secrets 159
David Berglas Pear in a Bottle bottle is knotted on a string and hang outside a window, fruit is selected and ends up in bottle, more brief routines with fruits, banana cuts itself into named amount of pieces
2002 The Mind & Magic of David Berglas 387
Nathan Kranzo Palm Burst wrapped candy penetrates hand, as finale only candy penetrates leaving wrapping behind
2002 Penumbra (Issue 3) 12
David Berglas Hot Foil tin foil becomes hot in spectator's hand, candy wrapper
2002 The Mind & Magic of David Berglas 487
David Berglas Creating Mysteries Off the Stage on linking two Life Savers / Polo Mints, predicting which gush spring spouts next
2002 The Mind & Magic of David Berglas 549
John Carney Off the Vine using grapes
2002 The Book of Secrets 248
Ali Bongo Pick-A-Pencil / Pick-A-Lollipop bunch of pencils, all removed but one, prediction
Also published here 2003 Lecture Notes - Morges 2003 3
Joseph K. Schmidt Trapdoor Coin stream of rice produced from hole in Chinese coin
Related to 2004 Latter Day Secrets (Issue 9) 345
Unknown The Fruit Load From pouch
2004 Street Cups and Balls 50
Unknown The Hat Load Melon
2004 Street Cups and Balls 51
Gazzo Revealing the Melon Presentational idea for revealing melon under hat
2004 Street Cups and Balls 51
Jay Sankey Hot Tomato two tomatos produced from tomato seed packet
2004 Sankey Unleashed 16
Nathan Kranzo Ear Candy gummi bear placed in mouth is extracted from ear
2004 Penumbra (Issue 7) 10
Jay Sankey Bon Bon copper in one hand and silver coin in other hand, they both change into wrapped candy
2004 Sankey Unleashed 47
Jay Sankey Electric Candy part of cellophane wrapper torn off and restored
2004 Sankey Unleashed 49
Jay Sankey Creamed short chop cup sequence with creamer and crumpled up lid, then creamer is restored and full of milk again
Related toAlso published here
  • Magic Menus, #31, Sep/Oct 1995
2004 Sankey Unleashed 137
Barrie Richardson The Astonishing Rice Jar Suspension filled glass jar of rice clings to knife
Also published here
  • Concepts & Deceptions Lecture Notes, 1999
2005 Act Two 196
Tyler Wilson Coke Inhabit coin travels into large cola gummy bear
Also published here 2005 Twisting To The Acers 22
Tyler Wilson Coke Inhabit coin travels into large cola gummy bear
Also published here 2005 Just be Glad my Name isn't Greg 45
Chuck Hickok Application Idea #1: My Favorite Approach to Equivoque
Related to 2005 Mentalism, Incorporated: Volume Two 35
David Kaye The Bread Trick Red transform to white handkerchief, white handkerchief change into bread, then change back to red
2005 Seriously Silly 63
Christoph Borer Pralinen five spectators select a chocolate-truffle from a box, they are all brown, the one that is remaining is white, poison story
Also published here 2006 Compilation 34
Tyler Wilson Coke Inhabit coin travels into large cola gummy bear
Also published here 2006 Dominatricks 79
Steve Beam Candy From Strangers instruction game using candies, with seven objects
Inspired by 2006 Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 6 69
Chas. D. Willis M'Wave sliced grape put in microwave, it sparks
2006 Prolix (Issue 2) 83
Christoph Borer Pralinen five spectators select a chocolate-truffle from a box, they are all brown, the one that is remaining is white, poison story, two methods
Also published here 2007 Seminarnotitzen 2007 5
Paul Osborne The Blooming Orange Tree
  • Osborne Illusions
painting of orange tree, oranges appear on it, a flat orange is taken off and put in box where it becomes real, previously signed card appears in orange
Apr. 2008 Genii (Vol. 71 No. 4) 18
Nathan Kranzo Geller Pretzel pretzel stick bends
May 2008 Genii (Vol. 71 No. 5) 21
Hector Chadwick Sweeties Predict which M&M sweet is left uneaten
Related to 2008 The Mental Mysteries of Hector Chadwick 135
Robert E. Neale Breaking Bread Small pieces of bread placed in groups that form a square, even though some are eaten, the amount of bread stays the same, mathematical principle (edge counting)
Inspired by 2008 This Is Not a Book 16
Dan Buck, Dave Buck Edamame Edamame beans travel back into the empty pod, pod ends up sealing itself back
2008 Organic 23
Oliver Meech Every Flavour Jelly Beans Jelly beans have the flavour that was freely chosen by spectator
2009 The Plot Thickens 62
Unknown The Obedient Lemon stop-on-string ball with lemon
2010 Secret Agenda (Issue Oct 19) 311
Román García El Ritual de la Patata card is divined with french fries
2010 Nanomagias 163
Dan Sperry Cookie Cutter Russian roulette with razor blade hidden in Oreo Cookies
2010 Notes About Nothing 39
Oliver Meech Love/Hate Printed words on Love Hearts candy changes
2010 Plot Twists 72
Dan Sperry Go Eat Worms Bag of gummy worms is poured out onto spectator's hands, the gummy worms transform into real worms
2010 Notes About Nothing 2
Karl Fulves Rising Sphere marble rises to top of rice-filled glass by shaking
2011 Prolix (Issue 9) 605
Tom Stone Going Bananas 2-person comedy act in which fake banana becomes real
2011 Maelstrom 206
Patrick Page A Green Pair? socks change into fruit, trick based on a pun
2011 Magic Page by Page 297
Alexander de Cova Der Schottische Apfel silk to apple
2011 Seminar-Leviten 3
Patrick Page The Vanishing Apple apple disappears under handkerchief, with assistant
2011 Magic Page by Page 284
Unknown Rising Bread bread zombie
2011 Mr. Mysto's Wizard Academy 54
Karl Fulves Cereal Secret corn flakes and bran flakes in bowl, bran flakes rise to the top by shaking
2011 Prolix (Issue 9) 605
Tom Ogden What I Could Have Had tricks with ingredients from a salad, linking onion rings, tomatoes through table in glass, last one is smashed and in the glass tomato juice is found
2012 The F.F.F.F. Book 221
Jan Logemann WondeRing (WondeRing, p. 17)
borrowed finger ring into packet of sweets
2013 Stand-Up Fantasies 16
Roy Benson Balsa Banana zipped banana gag
Inspired by
  • Harry E. Cecil's "Zipped Banana"
2013 Nukes 143
Hiroshi Sawa さんま (Pacific Saury) Fish shown on both sides, with a wave of a lighter, fish becomes grilled on both sides
2013 Magic of Dr. Sawa (澤浩の奇術) 31
Hiroshi Sawa 落ち葉 (The Fallen Leaves) Use a leaf to produce ten ginkgo nuts. Gingko nut vanishes, appears in pocket, leaf used as magic wand
2013 Magic of Dr. Sawa (澤浩の奇術) 38
Hiroshi Sawa 松茸 (The Mushroom) Large mushroom production
2013 Magic of Dr. Sawa (澤浩の奇術) 43
Hiroshi Sawa レモン・トリック (The Lemon Trick) Card is chosen from the deck, has a picture of lemon on it. Suddenly. three lemons begin mysteriously appearing on the table one by one
2013 Magic of Dr. Sawa (澤浩の奇術) 65
Hector Chadwick Six M&Ms Breakdown on Sweeties routine, magician predicts which M&M spectator chooses out of six colors, explains how this routine avoids the problems mentioned previously
Related to 2014 Vok Voak Vokay 13
Dr. Helmut Teumer, Dr. Stanley Jaks South American Melon Trick message appears on pumpkin
Also published here 2014 The Incredible Dr. Jaks 224