These concoctions of superhero soups by cooking blog Crackers on the Couch is bound to have superpowers, or taste powers. They do looks superbly delicious.
This little print was made by Allen Hemberger and Sarah Wilson for their friend Lesleigh’s birthday in New Zealand. Since the universe loves cupcakes, it would be impossible for a sweet print like this to remain from the cupcake hungry world. Priced at $50 (for US) and $80 (rest of the world).
Nearly everything we eat is bound to have some sugar in it. While the soda industry figured long time ago that they could sell anything if they put enough sugar in it, these images show quite some surprising stories. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure that out, but apparently, fruits and vegetables would be quite healthy choices, as opposed to some very well advertised fruit juices.
We like the idea and all, but how in the name of the lord is one supposed to eat this?
I’m pretty sure I’d play Galactus while devouring these chocolates made in the likeness of planets in our solar system. The package contains eight chocolates representing planets in our solar system. Sadly, it appears the chocolates are for sale only in Japan, and the vendor has no intentions to ship them elsewhere.
I will call this the king of creative cakes. And I’m incredibly hungry now. I need a burger, or a cake; maybe both.
Checkout these lovely typographic chocolates by Dynamo. Getting a chocolate to say words for you is a brilliant idea, and it makes everything appear way better.
Ah, fast food. The delicious, lovely things busy making us all fat. They look so yummy and delicious in advertisements, and we have no qualms eating them. But is the final product even nearly as inviting in appearance as the advertisement?
The answer would be a solid no. Dario D of Alphaila took it upon himself to compare the advertised fast food product with the reality. It seems no final product matches what was advertised. In fact, it would appear that some of the advertised burgers wouldn’t even fit in the box they are delivered in. Interesting
Shanghai has a wonderland, a theme park full of chocolate attractions. The theme park opened its gates in December last year. Visitors at Shanghai’s World Chocolate Wonderland get to see lifelike chocolate exhibits. Which makes us wonder, is it still a terracota army if it is made of chocolate? Also, I could totally devour that Chocolate wall of China.