The Mac Lab Bakery & Cafe in Duluth, Georgia specializes in macarons. Their offerings range from magical unicorn macarons to fun Pokarons. You can check out more pics of the latter below. [click to continue…]
Plus the music makes it kinda dramatic. Like a popcorn movie directed by Christopher Nolan or something. [click to continue…]
Graphic designer Newt Cloninger-Clements is tired of waiting around for Kellogg’s to release horror movie-themed Pop-Tarts, so he decided to work his magic to create a series of Tarts to show the world what could be. The series covers themes that range from Friday the 13th to The Walking Dead.
As excellent as these are, the would likely pale in comparison to the horror of “The House Without Toaster Pastries”. See more examples below. [click to continue…]
The Ravanello is a simple $12 kitchen tool that will turn an unsavory radish into cute (and miraculously delicious) Mario-style mushrooms by shaving down the bottom into a stem and providing a gouging tool so you can decorate the caps.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again—the best way to get kids to eat something they don’t want to eat is to shape it like something fun. Everything is 98.5% more delicious that way.
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In recent years, Umino Seaweed and international ad agency I&S BBDO joined forces in order to give sushi a new level of artistry. [click to continue…]
Artist Christine McConnell has crafted some spectacular edibles over the years, but the project she unveiled on food.com is among the most impressive. McConnell’s five-foot-tall gingerbread fortress features candy glass windows, Christmas trees, peanut butter snowballs and even a sugar cookie guillotine. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]