Category: Food and Beverage

Art

Artistic culinary treats and more in the 2017 Epcot International Festival of the Arts

Disney plays host to this year's Epcot International Festival of the Arts. You might have heard of the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival or the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival. This one, however, stems out and creates its own brand of taking food beyond your imagination. Aptly named, it will take place in the "Food Studios" inside the Epcot World Showcase promenade. It will begin from January 13 through February 20. Audiences can expect art that marvels the eyes, the ears, as well as the taste buds. You will certainly see food that is treated as art on a plate. Get ready to take your Instagram snappers. Each day will feature a different interactive activity or workshop. For the schedule of workshops, take a look at this list. And starting on January 6, 2017, online bookings can be made. But if you can't wait that long, you can pick up the phone and dial 407-WDW-PLAY right now. All workshops and activities will be held in the Odyssey Festival...
Art

Kickstarter campaign for first ever spice pen lets you decorate food and drinks easily like a pro

A Kickstarter campaign has been launched for the first ever "spice pen". Aptly named Cinnibird, the pen will let home cooks and even children play around with food decorating. It can be used for dishes, desserts, coffee, and any other things that you can think of - only your imagination will set its limits. Food presentation has become more and more important over the past few years, even in low-end eateries and cafes. This pen makes it easy enough for untrained and non-professional people to try and decorate their own food. Simply fill the pen with material or spice of your choice, and press the button to use and start drawing. Cinnibird can also help make meals more fun and enticing for families with little kids. It is the first of its kind in the market today. From cocoa powder to cinnamon, you can enjoy this tool by donating to the Kickstarter campaign. The team behind it promises the earliest models by March 2017. The minds behind the spice pen are Balazs Oltvai, Reka O....
Animation

Yoda, Pinocchio and Shrek on your child’s plate?

Like any mother, Lelah Mohamedi would do anything to make her child happy. Her 4 year old son inspired the food artist to make this collection of creative, healthy plates. She needs between 20-40 minutes to make a cartoon character that no child would dislike. Mohamedi has already 65.000 followers on Instagram and her work can also be follow on  Facebook. ...
Art

Every single luxurious item in these pictures is made of deliciously-edible chocolate

Amury Guichon is an outstanding pastry chef in Las Vegas. He has developed his own techniques to achieve whatever comes from his imagination. In each one of his fascinating creations, you can see his vision made into delicious reality. Every single time he challenges himself and strives for perfection. No detail, however small, is overlooked. Flavors, textures, colors - it all comes together into a mesmerizing composition. No, that is not wicker, nor is it a wrapper, that's not wood, those are not flowers - it is all masterfully hand-crafted chocolate. To enjoy more of his fascinating work, follow him on Facebook or Instagram to get sneak peeks behind the scenes. ...
Creativity

Transparent, edible cakes will bring out the cat-lover in you

Glass that you can eat? Weird, but we say, "Yes, please!" A dessert shop in Hokoto, Japan called the Kinseiken Seika Company became insanely popular when it was discovered that they made crystalline mizu Shingen mochi, a completely transparent edible cake. Yeah! The gelatinous rice cake is made up of mineral water and agar. It's so delicate that it will only stand solid at room temperature for 30 minutes. The recipe was taken by Twitter [email protected], who modified the recipe to give a more feline shape to the cakes. Check it out below! ...
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