We’ve seen plenty of amazing food art recently, in a variety of forms. From 3D latte art to avocado pit carvings, there seems to be no shortage of creativity when food is the canvas. The latest culinary craft to catch our eye is Masanori Kono’s adorable animal sculptures made from grated daikon radishes.
Daphne Tan (aka periperipeng) takes coffee art to the next level.
Thanks to a batch of particularly artistic bakers, today's cakes are so much more than delicious desserts.
Karin Pfeiff Boschek is an artist, cook, photographer, and co-founder of the Our Delicious Food blog. She’s also the woman behind a growing Instagram page filled with spectacular pie designs. Each of the pie crust designs is hand-cut from the baker’s own home-made pastry. Boschek publishes pre- and post-oven photos of her culinary creations on Instagram.
Everyone knows that breakfast is the most important meal of the day—no one more so than Japanese food artist Eiko...
Baking has transcended its roots as a practical activity into a conduit for artistic expression.
One of the best things about baking is that anyone can do it. With some basic techniques and imagination, it’s possible to produce edible creations that enter the realm of food art. Raymond Tan, aka Ray Ray, is a self-taught baker who uses the activity as his creative outlet.
Life is more fun in color, so why not make your meals as bright as a rainbow?
If you can’t travel the world, why not eat it instead?
As any confectionary connoisseur knows, chocolate comes in three main varieties: dark, milk, and white. While this tasty trio has been left untouched since white chocolate made its delicious debut 80 years ago, Swiss cocoa company Barry Callebaut has recently released a fourth flavor: ruby, a naturally pink chocolate. The rosy colored creation is made from the Ruby cocoa bean, a seed found in Ecuador, Brazil, and the Ivory Coast.
Following the success of her geometric treats, pastry chef Dinara Kasko continues to create artistic cakes rooted in mathematics.
Believing that “life is too short to eat boring food,” 16-year-old foodie Jose (@naturally.jo) crafts colorful works of edible art.