Saturday, October 25, 2014

Creativity with food

Totoro's shape lends nicely to being recreated in rice form.
Lee wants to make sure that her kids not only have an appreciation for food, but are musically well-rounded, too.
We're glad she went with an earlier-era Michael Jackson, though.

Not only do her dishes cover the classics, but also cover current pop trends.
This pasta works perfectly for Merida's hair.
The Chrysler Building, in almonds.
Nori, the thin sheets of seaweed commonly found in sushi, makes for great details.

This cozy scene features some sweet but healthy foods.
Harry looks a bit concerned here, perhaps because he's lunch.

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