So that was 2020. Late last year the above quarantine calendar was doing the rounds. I’d say that about sums up my year.
I’m still not in the mood for anything serious yet, so today it’s food art.Sherylyn found some amazing food art on the internet. I have to say, I didn’t realise there was so much of it around, but it’s so good.
Bored Panda has 16 awesome food art ideas, many of them to encourage younger children to eat food.
From Chewbacca noodles to a sleeping rice bear. All of them are fantastic, take my word for it. Go and look at the site.
Bears made out of rice look really good. I could do a whole blog just on them. Or on designing edible plates for children.
Then there’s Tisha Cherry’s pepperoni pizza faces over on the Lifestyle Asia site. (5 food artists that turn simple ingredients into edible masterpieces, Kankanit Wichiantanon). Using vegetables to put scenes onto flatbread is quite common, and you can do almost any scene you want.
Or what about playing with your food. Back in 2008, they made a toast stamp called Tic Tac Toast. It was a simple stamp, two lines across, two lines down. Then you cooked the toast.
I have to say, here in Australia we tend not to mix our jam and peanut butter—or not when I was young, anyway—so I’d like peanut butter and butter, maybe.