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Real Art of Baking

Any baking lovers here? Me personally find baking as a way of meditation with a lovely and tasty outcome in the end. As an amateur time spending it requires some kind of inspiration. This video is definitely one of it. It was done by Proximity BBDO and two directors from Le Potager as a commercial for French coffee brand Carte Noir. Real art of baking not less. Each move is hypnotic and the result is a masterpiece. Check out Carte Noir’s website for more recipe details on this little delicious pastry and for few more tasty videos.

Awesome Dad Making Creative Lunchboxes for His Daughter

This amazing food art was created by full-time job father of three Beau Coffron from San Francisco. He considers his lunch box preparing time as his fun activity as sports and TV is for other people. Beau, known online as Lunchbox dad, makes these full of love and edible characters boxes for his first-grader daughter. Not only they have fun together laughing and cherishing her favorite books and TV characters, but actually this hobby brought Coffron closer to his kid, as he found himself knowing more about his daughter’s interests as well as he was able to show her his love while she’s at school…. Read more »

Maps of Famous Foods Around the World

“Food Maps” is a food art project by photographer Henry Hargreaves and food stylist Caitlin Levin. When you hear cheese, most probably first country that comes  to your mind is France, noodles – China and so on. Henry and Caitlin used all the food stereotypes to map them over the outlines of countries and continents the product is popular in or origin from. Edible maps came out stunning and full of taste. They also could be used as little guidelines for food tourism. “These maps show how food has traveled the globe. while we know that tomatoes originally came form the Andes in south… Read more »

Humorous Food Photography by Vanessa Dualib

Vanessa Dualib is a photographer from São Paulo, Brazil. Her love to food, fun and photography produced a great combination of humorous images.Vanessa calls herself “deeply dedicated to FUNtography”. Can not disagree, her characters will easily leave a smile on your face. “The projects “Eggventures of Eggbert” and “Playing with Food” started in 2009 inside Flickr. It all started as another personal project to put together 3 things I like: photography, humor and food. Eventually I noticed that I was not the only one that liked those 3 things and people all over the world started to enjoy my project.” – explains the… Read more »

Food Art by Samantha Lee – A Masterpiece on a Plate

Samantha Lee – a mom from Malaysia – turned simple routine of feeding her two daughters into amazing art. She’d never studied cooking in a culinary school as well as she doesn’t use any expensive tools in her creations, only simple kitchen ware, yet the result she comes with is stunning. “I started my very first Bento making in December 2008, when I was heavily pregnant with my second daughter,” – says Samantha – “It was to let my elder daughter to eat independently after the arrival of her younger sister. I was very lucky and blessed that my creations never… Read more »

Food Huggers – Preserving the Leftover Halves

Simplicity is the key to success. That’s the first thought I got seeing the new project called Food Huggers by Adrienne McNicholas and Michelle Ivankovic. What do you usually do with leftover halves from your veggies and fruits? Cover with film, put in a plastic container, just keep as is on side door of the fridge till it eventually dries and so on. McNicholas and Ivankovic found a brilliant solution to keep the halves fresh, they invented a silicone caps of different diameters (1,5 to 4 inches) which can preserve leftovers and match anything from a lime to a grapefruit. It even… Read more »

Grandmas Dishes From Around the World

Is it possible to leave grandma’s house hungry? I don’t think anyone was ever able to. This statement doubtless applies to any country. Prove needed?  Gabriele Galimberti’s project “Delicatessen with love” took him around the world to discover the endless love and care of grandmothers in different continents. The idea came from his own granny, who wondered what Gabriele is going to eat while travelling. Galimberti decided to try the world cuisine through a grandson’s hunger. As a result of his journey he brought to the world a book of grannies recipes based on love, exotic ingredients and taste of traditions.

What Does 200 Calories Look Like in Various Types of Food

How many of us know what does 200 calories look like in various types of food? Nutrition-aware people are always busy with how many calories does their meal, snack, or drink carry in order to maintain an equally opposite burning activity. Well, information website wiseGEEK sought to answer this question. The result was a fascinating article that compares over 71 foods! The images below are sorted from low to high calorie density (a way of measuring the weight associated with a specified amount of a particular food). Keep in mind this shows Calories only, of which the average adult needs to consume about 2000-2500 daily. Important factors like nutritional value… Read more »

Move, Eat, Learn

3 guys, 44 days, 11 countries, 18 flights, 38 thousand miles, an exploding volcano, 2 cameras and almost a terabyte of footage – all to turn 3 ambitious linear concepts based on movement, learning and food – into 3 beautiful and hopefully compelling short films = a trip of a lifetime. Watch and Enjoy Rick Mereki: Director, producer, additional camera and editing Tim White: DOP, producer, primary editing, sound Andrew Lees: Actor, mover, groover

What the World Eats [STUDY GALLERY]

Photographers Peter Menzel and Faith D’Aluisio have conducted a photographic study comparing the amount of food shopping a family does on weekly basis from different countries around the world. To accomplish such a remarkable comparison, Menzel and D’Aluisio visited 30 families from 24 different countries that include Bhutan, Bosnia, Mexico and Mongolia, and recorded what each family ate for a week. Each family’s profile includes a detailed description of their weekly food purchases. Here is a selection of pictures from their study: The only thing i hold against the photographer, is his depiction of Africa (in the Chad example). Why were other families interviewed… Read more »

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