IKEA is known for its stylish-yet-inexpensive furniture that comes with (seemingly) simple directions that anyone can follow. While some would argue this point, the Swedish brand has translated this pictorial idea into food. With help from Toronto-based advertising firm Leo Burnett, they’ve created a series of illustrated recipes printed on parchment paper. They call it Cook This Page, and it features single page “fill in the blank” instructions for tasty dishes that you bake.
To Sine, the culinary creative behind “food styling” Instagram account Foodbites, desserts don't need to be sugary sweet to be delicious.
Recently, creatively-cooked and artistically-arranged food has been elevated to its own unique form of art.
Worldwide, dementia affects 47.5 million people with 9.9 million new cases each year. Recently, a pop-up restaurant in Tokyo spent 3 days in operation, changing the public's perception of those suffering from dementia and Alzheimer's. The Restaurant of Order Mistakes, which was open in early June, was staffed by sufferers of these disorders. Six smiling waitresses took orders and served food to customers, who came in knowing they may not get what they asked for.
Moscow-based bakery Kalabasa creates colorful cakes inspired by one of art's most fundamental elements: the brushstroke.
Now more than ever, it seems like cakes are becoming increasingly complex in their decoration.
Cakes are definitely having a moment. Whether they’re masquerading as prickly cacti or dripping with sweet decadence, turning dessert into art is en vogue—not to mention delicious. The same goes for wedding cakes. Although we’ve seen some spectacular geodes and galaxy-inspired creations, dark wedding cakes are arguably the most stunning of all. Channeling your inner goth, these multi-tiered creations feature black icing and fondant that adds a dramatic flair to the special affair.
When is a watermelon not a watermelon? When it’s a loaf of bread!
As an “online phenomenon that incorporates world cuisines, contemporary design and a story of love over the meal of breakfast,”...
It seems like colorful foods are all the rage these days, and it’s not hard to see why—rainbow hues are a feast for the eyes. But black is now making a bold statement in sweet treats like ice cream, and its ominous beauty has recently taken the latte world by storm. Using activated charcoal, trendy cafes are creating stone grey drinks that’ll delight your inner goth. And, it turns out, they’ve got unique health benefits, too.
Nowadays, it seems like it’s not enough for a restaurant to have a simple piece of pie on their dessert...
Many baristas use their drink-making talents to decorate the top of your latte with steamed milk art.