Square watermelon is not news anymore, but how about square watermelon bread? Yes, that’s right, watermelon bread. It’s green on the outside, red on the inside, and even has black “seeds” sprinkled throughout. Originated at Jimmy’s Bakery, a bread shop in Yilan County of northeastern Taiwan, the bread was made to get kids excited about eating bread during the hot summer when they tend to have smaller appetites. To make the realistic looking bread, Jimmy use powdered green tea for the rind, strawberries for the flesh, and charcoal for the seeds. Jimmy’s Bakery makes around 100 loaves a day, which works out at about 1,500 slices of watermelon toast a day. But, it still can’t keep up with demand. Hence, Jimmy shared his recipe of how to make it at home for those who can’t try Jimmy’s bread. The tutorial video is in Chinese. However, by just watching the pictures itself, it is quite complicated…
There are many types of balance art, it can be applied on human body, on rock and stone or on bread like what Ana Dominguez and Omar Sosa did for Apartamento magazine. The series, shot by photographer Nacho Alegre, is like a beautiful architectural symphony—a visual ode to baguettes, ciabatta, and rye. As loafs sit atop another, foodies find a new trend to love, or perhaps try at home. Towers of bread defying the law of gravity and glorifying the art of bread making. Each sculptural creation is a delicious masterpiece in its own right. [source]
I once wrote a few post about people use food as their element of creation…like “MINIMIAM Universe“, Amazing Watermelon Carving Art and Cute Bento. People put so much effort to make their food pretty and lovely…. and just looks so good that I don’t even want to eat them… Same here in today’s post…. a simple sandwich is created in such lovely and cartoon-ish way. I know it is a bit childish… but still look awesome….
Today, modern Formula One racing has a new member, ane edible racing car, which was baked by Culinary Executive Chef from the Royal Plaza On Scotts in Singapore with his team consisting of six chefs, two artists, two technicians, two culinary staff members and five young volunteers from Metta Welfare Association.