play with your food

Truly, a loaf of legend.

3D render by Zhang Chi based on a concept by Gop Gap.

I believe the this avocado art by artist Danielle Barresi is best summed up by the following comment on Reddit:

“Every hipster just insta nutted”

Check out more pics below. I can only imagine what kind of luxurious toast billionaires would spread this on. [click to continue…]

We’ve seen glowing cakes and pies in the past, but the concept is at its best when applied to a donut. I mean the name “Glonut” just works. [click to continue…]

Here’s what fans (of puns) had to say about the performance: [click to continue…]

It’s never been more fun to enjoy sushi thanks to innovations like sushi trains and themed chopsticks. However, those experiences pale in comparison to eating sushi fresh off a Ferris wheel. [click to continue…]

In their seemingly endless quest to figure out what creations can protect smartphones from gravity, YouTuber GizmoSlip risked the safety of a Galaxy S8 by encasing it in a raindrop cake and dropping it from 100 ft. [click to continue…]

As a meal, this super tiny BLT wouldn’t do much to curb hunger. However, watching someone make a tiny BLT is satisfying as hell. [click to continue…]

Did Jennifer Holst of Sugar, Cake & Chocolate sell her soul to make this spectacular Ghost Rider cake for the Cake Con Collaboration? I’m not sure, but I wouldn’t risk taking a bite. It wouldn’t be the first time Satan tempted someone with tasty desserts: [click to continue…]

As the internet’s unicorn obsession continues to grow, it has inspired, and drawn attention to, a number of unique creations. Case in point: this Unicorn-Berry toast from Malaysian cafe Haraju-Cube.

The limited edition offering consists of a charcoal toast base with marshmallow meringue, berry ice cream, and an ice cream cone topped with a cotton candy cloud. To enhance the magic, it has been paired with a mixed berry ice cream smoothie dubbed “Magic Potion.” [click to continue…]

Unfortunately, making Brimstone Bread outside of Hell means that you won’t be able to replicate the hint of sulfury sadness that the bread is known for, but it will retain that wonderful crunchy and chewy texture.

When I make this in Hell, I like to roll my dough in the deep pits of sulfur and soul dust and cook them in the hot brimstone vents. Unfortunately, as you are mortal and have neither access to soul dust or brimstone vents, I’ve had to make a few adjustments to the recipe for you.

To get that recipe, head on over to The Necro-Nom-Nom-Nomicon.

(via Neatorama)