Food Art

January 26, 2018

Japanese Artist Embroiders Miniature Meals You Can Actually Play With

When it comes to textile art, we thought we’d seen it all, but Japanese artist ipnot’s miniature food embroidery designs show there’s no limit to innovation with a needle and thread. ipnot was drawn to embroidery having grown up in a creative family, and watching her grandmother as a child. While exploring the traditional craft herself, the artist discovered the ball-like French knot, calling it her “favorite type of stitch.

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January 3, 2018

Planetary Lollipops Are a Sweet Way to Enjoy Our Spectacular Universe

The cosmos provide an infinite source of wonder with their far-away worlds and swirling nebulas. While you typically need a telescope to enjoy their mesmerizing beauty, we’ve got an easier—and tastier—way to enjoy our solar system. Gourmet candy maker Vintage Confections has created a pack of 10 planet lollipops that are each imprinted with a different wonder of the universe.

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December 18, 2017

15+ Culturally Unique Christmas Dinners From Like Around the World

For many people, one of the best parts of Christmas is the delicious, traditional homecooked meals that signify the season. Sitting down with your loved ones and feasting together is a classic way to celebrate the holidays around the world. While some cultures center their big meal on Christmas Day, for others it's Christmas Eve. But no matter what the date, the sentiment is the same.

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November 13, 2017

Baker Creates Creamy Birthday Cake Replica of a Photographer’s Favorite Camera Lens

It might seem crazy to think that a birthday cake could outdo any gift you would receive on your special day. But with the amazing things that bakers are now doing with confections, it's no surprise that cake art can be the most memorable part of your celebration. One photographer had a delicious way to commemorate his birth with a cake by Karen Ng of Pipette By Karen.

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