We love desserts. We love furniture. We love dessert furniture. There you have it. Can we move on and finally sit on all of these? Italian designer Diego Gugliermetto has a series of dessert poufs and sofas we really want to sink our bottoms onto, while Kabiljo’s cheekily-named Let Them Sit Cake is reminiscent of […]
First there was aerosol cream. Then aerosol cheese. And now there’s spray cake. This new dessert ‘invention’ is brought to you by Harvard students John McCallum and Brooke Nowakowski who learned about the chemistry of what makes cakes rise, and used that knowledge to create an aerosol can that releases bubble into the mix as it […]
There are dessert cafes and then there are places like Cafe Est! Est! in Tokyo. This incredible venue is home to some of the Japanese capital’s most famous desserts. Why? They stack ‘em high! Ice cream sundaes are piled high with scoops and ice cream cones are added to the mix to make the dessert […]
After eight hours of painstaking work, Michelle Wibowo has created the first ever Oreo Pop portrait of Beyonce. In case you aren’t dessert savvy, Oreo Pops are Oreo cookies and Philadelphia cream mixed together to form little packages of perfection.
‘Got style, will bake’ is the slogan of Kiss And Bake Up, a bakery based in Devon, UK. Kiss And Bake Up specialise in jaw-droppingly intricate cake sculptures, often with a quirky, geeky edge (think Doctor Who and Harry Potter). The bakery is run by Sarah, a gorgeous blue-haired baker who has as much attitude […]
High both on the list of comfort foods and macabre dessert items comes this chocolate skull from Marina Malvada. Casted from an actual human’s skull, these treats are solid chocolate. You might just need help eating by yourself.
By Donna in New Food and Packaging on Thursday 7 April 2011
Taking a page from French cooking, the classic red velvet cake is redone so you can eat it for brunch without feeling guilty. If this doesn’t make your mouth water, I don’t know what will.