When it was time to pick a cake design for their wedding, one UK couple ran into a dilemma: the bride wanted a traditional cake, while the groom wanted to have a superhero theme. Uh-oh. So what did they do? They made a compromise, of course!
In a food experiment of epic proportions, one noodle hero from Japan went into a local ramen restaurant and successfully ordered a bowl containing 100 slices of chashu roast pork.
Oh. My. God. In Sydney, a local café has caused quite the stir – nay, panic – after it released a monstrous food creation: The Tella Ball, a massive vanilla milkshake topped with a Nutella-filled doughnut.
Don’t you wish you could just bite a pug because they’re so dang cute? Well, now you can! English baker Miss Insomnia Tulip of Lou Lou P’s Delights has baked a loaf of bread that looks like a realistic pug.
At the Hatfield Marine Science Center in Oregon State University, scientists have come up with a strain of seaweed that is not only healthy, but also tastes like everyone’s favourite food: bacon.
As if pancakes didn’t look delectable enough, Melbourne-based father-and-son team ‘Tiger Tomato’ had to turn the beloved breakfast item into art, infusing them with colour and sculpting them into edible cartoon characters.
At Jimmy’s Bakery in Taiwan, people have been lining up to get a taste of their latest product, one that combines two unlikely food items: a watermelon and a loaf of bread. Introducing, the watermelon toast.
An advocate of healthy eating, Scotland-based foodie and graphic designer Heather Adamson communicates the values of good food the best way millennials know how: emojis.
Japanese artist Makoto Asano has been playing with his food – specifically ice cream – for a few years now. But rather than get scolded by his mother, he earns the praise of foodies for turning a beloved treat into an art form.
When Dutch newspaper ‘DeVolkskrant’ commissioned design studio ‘Lernert & Sander’ in 2014 to make a piece for their food photography issue, the artist duo went beyond expectations by creating this mind-blowing photo.
Making lollipops using an ancient candy-making technique from the 8th century? Now that’s what you call artisanal. In Tokyo, 26-year-old Shinri Tezuka makes lollipops that look like they belong more in a museum than on the tip of our tongues.
When baker and pastry chef Elise Strachan of YouTube channel ‘My Cupcake Addiction’ made a batch of unicorn poop cupcakes, her viewers corrected her, saying that these magical creatures don’t excrete glitters, but rather, stars. So she came up with a recipe that shows exactly that: a unicorn cookie pooping stars.
How do you like them apples? ‘Cooking with Manuela’ makes us drool with a dessert recipe that’s both romantic and delectable: Apples baked to look like a bouquet of roses. Making rose-shaped apples is fairly easy. You’ll just have to spread apricot preserve on strips of puff pastry, then place the thin strips of apple.
Why stop at just a pizza-themed bed and towel, right? At the 31st Annual International Pizza Expo (yes, there is such a thing) in Las Vegas last week, over 10,000 pizza enthusiasts got to see their dream car on display: a pepperoni pizza Corvette.