A calendar made from tea, guaranteeing you one cup every day. Designed by and found via Quipsologies.
Archive for the ‘Edibles’ Category
Richard takes photos of creations from the world’s top chefs. Our favourite is the spotty soup. More here.
Make at least one tangerine snail. Creative peeling is a Japanese tradition and you can read more here. Snail via Littlecook.es.
Laser etched rolling pins make your pastry patterned. Made by via dezeen.
Playing with your food has never been so good! A spoon made from an onion & a carrot. Read more about this project here.
For the person who has everything, why not make some bacon roses?
A revised collection of the modernist gingerbread houses currently on the world wide web. The Trellick Tower is amazing, we also love the use of Polo mints for the concrete trellis. Good work.
Pics via Inhabitat, Hometta, Boom & Boy, Vitra & Agnes Lloyd Platt.
Leaf biscuits from Hen-teco bakery in Tokyo. Check out their animal biscuits, they’re excellent. Via Make the big eye.
A little collection of Swedish sweet packets from the 1960s. The rest of this site is also good for old labels and bits.
A chocolate wheel which is slowly shaved, to reveal layered patterns inside. Pretty, and tasty! Made here.