Food Looks too Cute to Eat

Most of us like to see cute stuff. However, when the food is too cute to eat, I am not sure what kind of feeling I should have especially when I am hungry. We have featured many edible art which just looks too adorable and you just can’t make that bite. Today, we will show you some amazing edible food art from Song Rattanakosate, which comprise entire dishes, both savory and sweet, with different ingredients serving their own visual purpose in the cute scenes. Fruit, rice, bread, salmon, bacon, egg, Song uses all kinds of food and her imagination to create below adorable food. And you can find more about Rattanakosate’s delectable meals on her popular Instagram account.

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15 Rules for Making a Relationship Last 25 Years and Longer

What is better than a happy relationship? A stable and happy relationship! However, having a stable and happy relationship isn’t always easy, especially in these days. The website Power of Positivity designed a series of wonderful illustrations which remind you of the things that are easy to forget but important in your relationship. These 15 rules seem simple but they are often overlooked, especially when you’ve been together for a long time. Of course, these rules might not all work for you. Just follow those fit better for your situation. Show your appreciation, gratitude and support to your partner, you’re sure to have a happier life together.

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3D Cartoon Bread Loaves, Too Cute To Be Eaten

Japanese always try to add some cuteness to their food. From bento box to handmade desert, from fish-ish sushi to cat fortune cookie, they just make those food to cute to be eaten. If you are a fan of those adorable things, you probably will get starving because of those edible bread sculptures. Below are some lovely bread creation from @umi0407, an artisan baker who models their creations after cartoon figures like Snoopy, Garfield, the Moomins, and Winnie the Pooh. At first glance, some of Umi’s handiwork doesn’t immediately resemble bread. Instead of the typical large loaf shape, medium-sized pieces of dough form the overall shape of the body while smaller circular pieces take on the ears, arms, and feet. Different colors are achieved by mixing a variety of colored powders into the dough, including cocoa, green tea powder, and sweet potato powder (the deep purple color). After baking, Umi will add details such as eyes, whiskers and noses to the creation. No idea how much it costs for bread like this. But it will definitely be a great girl’s afternoon tea campaign.

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