BrunchCity, Miniature Cities Placed On The Foods That Best Represent Them

Madrid

Madrid

Brought to us by illustrator Bea Crespo and photographer Andrea G.Portoles, BrunchCity is a fun project that places a miniature illustrated version of a city atop a food that best represents it.

A beautiful miniature Tokyo sits on a roll of sushi, while a croissant creates an appropriate landscape for Paris.

The project is the result of a few things that the duo enjoys the most… food, travelling, illustrations, photos and creativity. Check out the series below and over at BrunchCity to see if your favorite city received the food treatment.

New York City

New York City

Tokyo

Tokyo

Paris

Paris

Barcelona

Barcelona

Athens

Athens

Berlin

Berlin

Rome

Rome

Brussels

Brussels

London

London

Dublin

Dublin

Beijing

Beijing

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Freeze and Squeeze Giant Ice Spheres With The Frozen Peas Ice Mold

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Get the perfect giant ice spheres every time, with the Frozen Peas Ice Mold. Just fill up the giant pod, stick it in the freezer, and you’ll have frozen peas cooling your drink in no time.

The best part… Ice spheres melt 80% slower than old-fashioned ice cubes. And, your current ice trays probably aren’t giant pea pods.

Grab a Frozen Peas Ice Mold for your next party. If you have more than a few friends, get several ice molds, Mr. Popular.

Available at The Foodiggity Shop.

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How To Make Baymax Marshmallow Cookies

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If you’ve seen Big Hero 6, and the inflatable robot Baymax made you crave marshmallows… you’re not alone.

YouTube channel Hey! It’s Mosogourmet!! agrees, and has whipped up a batch of adorable Baymax Marshmallow Cookies. With some mad baking and marshmallow-carving skills, you can even have a batch of your own.

Or, like most, you can save time and just eat marshmallows while you watch the movie. Check it out…

[link, via The Awesomer]

The Crookie, A Croissant Cookie Hybrid

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When Nick from Dude Foods has some ready-made croissant and cookie dough laying around, stuff like Crookies happens.

By simply cutting the two doughs into triangles and rolling them together, Nick then bakes it into the perfect dessert hybrid. The verdict… Very good. Of course it is… it’s a croissant and a cookie.

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KFC Has Unleashed The Double Down Dog

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Intent on making sure that all bread is eventually replaced with fried chicken, KFC is now testing out the Double Down Dog.

Following in the protein-heavy footsteps of the KFC Double Down, the Double Down Dog is a wiener wrapped in a slab of fried chicken, and covered in a mysterious cheese sauce.

Unfortunately, for anyone who’s morbidly curious about ingesting one of these, the Double Down Dog is only available for a very limited test release in parts of the Philippines.

Now, can someone explain how they get the chicken to bend like that? Asking for a friend.

double-dog-inaction

[link, via Buzzfeed]