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play with your food

I’m sitting here shaking my head at Cakes Cove. I can’t believe that they actually made wearable Mass Effect armor out of chocolate. Even the Carnifex is edible.

I believe that this is the first time we’ve seen cosplay like this—and I love it. CC is definitely on a fashion kick lately as they’ve been steadily releasing edible shoe designs (like this Wonder Woman chocolate version with matching cake). I’ve added their latest chocolate shoe designs below. [click to continue…]

I believe that you could pull off an edible pizza bikini on your own for under $10 with at least four slices and, I dunno, some string—or you could pay Villa Italian Kitchen to make you a more elaborate version for $10,000. I know which choice I would make—and the answer is “none of the above”. [click to continue…]

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…]