Alana Jones-Mann presents today two cakes with tropical motifs. The recipe, is really easy to follow and explained with humor. You just have to print your patterns with edible paper and ink and wrap it around the pastry cake. More of this in the following and on blog Alana.
Zuzia Kozerska Valek Rolling Pins returns with new rolling pins. Wood and laser engraved, new grounds were designed by Zuzia, such as a maze, deer, owls and dinosaurs, and a range of floral motifs and arabesques. To the delight of your cookies, to discover in pictures.
Grant Thompson gives us his recipe today to make gummy lego made from corn syrup, Jello, and gelatin. The result is astonishing because besides being edible, the same texture and the same taste of a sweet, gelatinous, The result is fantastic and the lego can be assembled.
In 2014, the Dutch studio Lernert & Sander is the author of a large poster showing 98 cubes of fruits, vegetables and other foods. Each cube is exactly 2.5 centimeters. This work was carried out for the Dutch newspaper “De Volkskrant” as part of a photo-documentary on the food. This poster is available in 50 copies...
“Typographic Chocolate” created by students of the University of Applied Sciences Berlin. The goal was to make a reference to the museum of letters of the city. The students created a real chocolate bar featuring typographic letters in relief.
Maison et Objet 2015, the Japanese studio Nendo designed ChocolaTexture : 9 square chocolates with geometric shapes, graphics and various form. Each chocolate is named after the Japanese expressions for textures that determines our taste.
For Häagen-Dazs, Studio Nendo, the cakes were cooked with either milk chocolate, soft caramel, white chocolate powder and caramelized almonds with either orange, dried fruit and chocolate flavored blueberry. Customers could order several villages linked by bridges. This is an ice cream cake sold in its Champs-Elysées store.
Here is a series of typography handmade by the artist Becca Clason from foods and condiments such as seeds, sugar or salad leaves. Between accuracy, creativity and humor, Becca Clason pays attention to details and aesthetic of her gourmet creation.
Japanese brand Aijinomoto General Foods has created an animation entitled “Latte Motion” to promote this drink flavor latte, Maxim Stick. The animation is composed of 1,000 cups of coffee each with a unique design and recounts, through a stop-motion, the love story of a couple, to conclude subtly “Latte warms the world.”
Back to the latest creation by French artist Tyrsa: the “tyrsamisu” cleavage of typography and baking. The characters are chocolate, prepared on layers of cream, coffee and cocoa powder. A collaboration with the pastry chef Benoit Castel who shared three different recipes tiramisu for FREEDOM Parisian bakery. To find through a video of Axel &...