Evil Mad Scientist Labs created delicious cookies which are representative of a hydrogen atom in several different states:
To bring you up to speed: spritz cookies are not rolled out and cut with a cookie cutter – although you could print your own cutters in these shapes if you wanted to. Instead, a cookie press is used to squeeze out dough onto a baking sheet. The press looks like a very wide syringe. The dry dough is packed into a cylinder, and a ratcheting ram presses it toward the business end. A disc with wisely placed slits lets the dough squeeze out into the final shape.
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(via Hack a Day)