Pasta powerhouse Linda Miller Nicholson reimagines the likes of bowtie, ravioli, and tortellini in the most colorful of ways. She handcrafts the variety of mouth-watering rainbow pasta from scratch and uses plant-based ingredients to transform the dough into a full spectrum of unconventional hues. The result, coupled with Nicholson’s penchant for patterns, is a fresh order of pasta that looks almost too good to eat.
As a child, you might have believed the moon was made of cheese or perhaps dreamt of visiting Willy Wonka’s...
Things are not what they seem on the plates of chef Ben Churchill.
A post shared by 청담 수케이크 (atelier soo) (@soocake_ully) on Jul 19, 2017 at 4:21pm PDT When it comes to cake decorating, we’re often left in awe of talented artisans who create exquisite works of edible art with colorful fondant and frosting. One food artist to perfect the art of crafty confections is Seoul-based Atelier Soo, who tops her cakes with beautiful bouquets of realistic buttercream flowers.
Cake maker Siew Heng Boon crafts confections that don’t look edible at all.
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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.
At the beginning of 2015, New York-based artist Ruby Silvious embarked on a new project called 363 Days of Tea,...
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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.
Food presentation has a long history, with records dating back to ancient Roman and Medieval times.
Food and design go together more often than we think.