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Category Archives: Food
This is hilarious! It’s pure Belgian chocolate – shaped like an anus. I can’t help myself but imagining how it is to lick this piece of chocolate(!) with my toungue
Rings of succulent chocolate lovingly cast and crafted from the delectable posterior of a stunning butt model for the British company, originally named Bisous and now simply Edible Anus, who hand-makes the dark, milk and white chocolate sphincters of preservative-free Belgian chocolate.
Oh. Did I mention… the last photo in this series is actually an anus made of sterling silver!
This idea is absolutely awesome!
If you have 12 centimeters of extra space in your kitchen, build yourself a tiny pantry.
For the August edition of Clase Premier magazine, graphic studio Golpeavisa composed a portrait of the award-winning Danish chef Rene Redzepi using food and tableware. René Redzepi is the co-owner of two-Michelin star restaurant Noma, located here in Copenhagen.
If you want to compare with a real photo, check him out here:
Wow. This is a really cool location!
Situated atop the roof of Paris’ Palais de Tokyo contemporary art space lies a tiny little restaurant called Nomiya. This shipping container-esque space seats just 12, so for an intimate affair, this is the place to be. Designed in 2008, Nomiya was created in collaboration between Laurent and Pascal Grasso.
I never post recipes. It’s far far away from my interests!
But this one I’ll post… coz’ it’s ice cream and it’s with bacon.
My two favorite things to eat!!
For the candied bacon;
5 strips bacon
About 2 teaspoons light brown sugar
For the ice cream custard:
3 tablespoons (45g) salted butter
¾ cup (packed) brown sugar (140g), light or dark (you can use either)
2¾ (675ml) cup half-and-half
5 large egg yolks
2 teaspoons dark rum or whiskey
¼ teaspoon vanilla extract
Optional: ¼ teaspoon ground cinnamon
For the how-to details, click here.
If you make it, please please please invite me over!
Big thanks to the beautiful @sandraskriver for showing me this recipe.
Amanda Oakleaf Cakes were commissioned by the Arisia Sci-Fi Convention in Boston to make 6 foot 4 inches tall replica of a Stormtrooper. The Star Wars action-figure cake ended up weighing 300lb, and it was served to 600 attendees at the event.
Stefan Fürtbauer’s Eiterquellen project is an ongoing series of photographs documenting the Viennese diners and fast food culture. Most of the time these diners are isolated islands of food with their own unique look and style, resisting the global look (and probably taste) of the fast food chains that most of us are familiar with.
Wow! Precision realist artist Mary Ellen Johnson is incredibly talented. I so want to eat this cake! … if I could.
I want lots of these Bacon ornaments on my tree this year!
If you do too, you can get them here.