You’ve always dreamed of a professional chef to make you brekkie in the morning, but the ultimate breakfast machine is just as good. Knowing how to multi-task like a cooking ninja, this ‘breakfast center’ cooks up-and brews-all your favourite breakfast items simultaneously. You know what that means? That means the kitchen sink is no longer jam packed with dirty pots and pans after a Sunday morning cook-up.
Pancakes. Mmmm. Star Wars. These nonstick steel Star Wars pancake molds make it easy for geeks to get their daily dose of galactic greatness every morning. You can choose to gobble down Yoda, Darth Vader or a stormtrooper.
We just wrote about the greatest mum ever who baked a realistic python replica of a cake for her daughter’s birthday, and now we have a candidate for the greatest dad ever. Illustrator and math teacher Nathan Smith makes a hell of a breakfast for his children every morning with these amazingly detailed representations of everything from Star Wars creatures to shark species in the form of, well, pancakes.
Nathan Shields wields his magical pancake batter to create amazing and delectable works of edible art, all the while taking care of the kids. We’ve featured this former math teacher turned stay-at-home dad in a past post, featuring his Star Trek-inspired pancakes. Now he’s back with more of what he calls ‘Saipancakes’.
We all love pancakes. But this guy just takes the cake, uhhmm err, pancakes that is. Youtuber Alex Tymchak posted a video simply named Pancake. It’s a video dedicated to show his love for one of the best breakfast foods in the world. If by any chance while viewing this video, you ask yourself, ‘what […]
If you’ve ever thought about, erm, eating Spock’s face, these meticulous pancakey works by Saipancakes pancake artist Nathan Shield of characters from the original Star Trek series should get you dripping with as much excitement as you can get maple syrup on your plate.
Glamorous 36″ photo-realistic pancakes stuffed with memory foam for even greater realism, join together the idea of form, function art and fashion. Make a fashionably delicious short stack for a coffee table, use as a time out meditation cushion, or a ‘tasteful’ pillow. This art installation is running at Trifecta Gallery until July 26.