All the yummy food I want to eat that isn't particularly healthy or vegan.
Oatmeal Pumpkin Creme Sandwiches
thanksgiving leftover breakfast biscuits
The BEST desserts ever, worth every calorie.
On the art-design continuum, many of the show’s projects veer dramatically into "art." Artúr van Balen bought an inexpensive chicken at the British supermarket chain Sainsbury’s then mass-produced casts of it in porcelain from Berlin’s famous Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur, which once produced dishes for Frederick the Great. Inexpensive chicken is in many cases the result of slashing the cost of raising the animals by shortening their lives (on average, they are fattened for slaughter in just 3
During Milan design week this year, Spain-based GGlab presented a 3D printer that can be used to make food at the press of a button. The printer allows chefs to maintain tighter control over the shape and flavor of each dish, which makes for a less wasteful cooking process.
Mad Harvard scientist David Edwards partnered with French food designer Marc Bretillot to develop Le Whaf, a device that lets you taste food--whiskey, chocolate, cheesecake, you name it--through inhalation. Pour a liquid into the compartment under the glass bowl (shown here) and its flavors are converted into tiny droplets you can "smoke" through a small pipe.