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.
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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.
Simultaneously skilled both in art and in cooking, Milan-based sushi chef Yujia Hu creates one-of-a-kind onigiri art. The quirky culinary artist assembles detailed miniature shoes made out of sushi ingredients—aptly being known as sushi shoes. This includes exactly what you'd expect to find in a traditional sushi roll: sashimi, seaweed, and rice. Though the shoes' compositions are conventional, their meticulously arranged designs are anything but. By looking closely at real-life shoes, Hu can carefully craft tiny and tasty replicas of contemporary footwear fashion.
Following the popular food trend of cake pops, there's a new addition to the sweets-on-a-stick trend known as waffle pops.
As cake art grows increasingly creative and complex, the possibilities for wedding confections are seemingly endless.
The inherent beauty of flowers makes them an ideal choice for decorations on a cake. And just like the blossoms themselves, the approaches to adornment vary. Some bakers construct sweet buttercream florals that are extensions of icing, while other folks prefer the real thing. But the problem? Not all flowers are edible. So, after snapping a photo of the gorgeous embellishment, you’ve got to remove all of that carefully-crafted arrangement.
Creative food trends have seemed to dominate 2017 so far, but hey, we’re not complaining.
We recently introduced you to the elaborate food carvings of Gaku, who specializes in a Japanese technique known as mukimono.
Do you love coffee but hate the fact that it stains your teeth? If that’s the case, then it might be time to try Clr Cff, a clear and colorless cup of joe that won’t discolor your pearly whites. Founded by brothers Adam and David Nagy, the clear coffee drink is made from Aracica beans and water, produced by secretive methods “which have never been used before.
Chef Chuck George, videographer Jimmy Pham, and photographer Henry Hargreaves have teamed up to give some of the most unappealing food...
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