At Mooki we firmly believe that when your Mother told you that you shouldn’t play with your food she was very wrong to say that! Food should be fun to eat, look at, and fiddle with, so we thought we would find some unique creative people who like to play with food.
If you really dig some of these items you will see that there are even instructions on how to make some of them!
Oakland-based artist Scott Hove has created cake sculptures complete with gaping toothy mouths as part of his upcoming “Your Deadly Desserts” show at Modern Eden in San Francisco, October 8 to November 4.
Jim Belosic’s new book, OMG Pancakes!: 75 Cool Creations Your Kids Will Love to Eat, will be released On October 4, 2011.
Over the past decade, the Internet has exploded with obento fanatics. Personal blogs, Flickr pools and instructional videos feature elaborate obento, replete with Pokemon-shaped race balls and spaghetti-armed octopi! This is uber cool lunch.
Meaghan Mountford shows you step-by-step how to make your own frightening Frankenstein Marshmallows for a ghoulishly glorious Halloween treat!
Edible Books by Hungry Happenings
This year’s winning entry for the Most Creative award at the 2011 State Fair of Texas Seventh Annual Big Tex Choice Awards was deep-fried bubblegum. Well, to be fair, it’s just called deep-fried bubblegum, it’s really “a marshmallow dipped with bubble gum extract then dipped in pink bubble gum flavored batter and lightly fried”. No wander they say people in the South are overweight!
Darla Wireman of Bakingdom whipped up a fantastic batch of cookies representing the crew of the Starship Enterprise in honor of the 45th anniversary of the orginal Star Trek series.
Teabag Skull by Noah Scalin, from his Skull-A-Day project. Ummm don’t think you could actually put this in boiling water without the tea leaves exiting the bag, but who cares it looks really cool.
Pancake, Bacon and Egg Cupcakes by Katalina.