Brought to us by NYC-based pastry chef, Ayako Kurokawa, is the Cactus Macaron. Stacked and made to look like a prickly houseplant, this one appears safe to eat.
If you’ve ever seen Alien, then you know that alien symbiotes are best when they’re not inside of you. That is unless said alien is a delicious fritter.
He also made an actual Alien head…
New York-based pastry chef, Amber Spiegel, makes beautiful cookies. And not just beautifully-shaped, or having the perfect cookie-to-chocolate chip ratio — but rather, each cookie being a true work of art.
See the cookie artist in action below. Keeping in mind that each one takes up to 45 minutes to create, and will probably take about 3.2 seconds to consume.
At the time of this writing, and with the exception of the impenetrable cupcake, there are no hotter food trends than macarons and ice cream sandwiches.
So, with the news that there’s now such a thing as Macaron Ice Cream Sandwiches, the food world could very well implode in on itself… leaving nothing but cupcakes.
This food trend mash-up is the work of Chef François Payard. Presented in three varieties — Salted Caramel, Coconut Mango, and Pistachio Raspberry — they’re only available at François Payard’s Bakery and FP Patisserie in New York City until the end of August.
To help celebrate the annual Mid-Autumn Festival in China and Singapore — Chinese store, Goods of Desire, created mooncakes that are butts.
Why butts, you ask? Traditional mooncakes are made especially for the Mid-Autumn Festival, which is dedicated to lunar worship and moon-watching. Mission accomplished, China… We can’t take our eyes off these moons.
[via Incredible Things]