Posts Tagged: food art

Mother Holle Yogurt Ghost


The Yogurt Ghost Fairy Tales, Part II

Snow White

The Juniper Tree


A Call for Food Art About the News

Hello! We're working on a post — Presented by the Samsung Galaxy S® 4 — that'll feature reader-created food art, and we're hoping you'd like to submit. The only guide is that the final product be loosely about the news (a la this cicada made of potato, dried cranberries, turnip, celery, and endive), ideally not too morbid, and mostly made of things that are edible. The idea is that it'd be an amusing project to do if you find yourself with an hour or two (or five minutes) to kill. The final product could be great, it could be terrible, it could be anything at all. Made as a collaboration, [...]



Dino pepper


Hey, Girl. Hey, Yogurt Face.

Once upon a time there was a girl with a yogurt face. She had dark molasses hair and eyelashes, and red Sriracha lips, but the rest of her face was just plain yogurt. When she'd float outside, the boys would cry, "Hey, Girl!" and she'd flash her hot smile. 


Food Art About the News

A few weeks ago we asked readers to create and send in photos of food art about the news (anything even tangentially "about" a current or past event, made mostly of food), for a gallery presented by the Samsung Galaxy S® 4, and here are the results. Thank you. It is truly like reading a newspaper.

"The Lonely Broccoli Mammoth" By: Monica McLaughlin



Can Bloody Marys Have It All?

There's maybe been too much about Bloody Marys on this site already, but then the alcohol website The Spirit had the line "it’s time to look at a few ways to jazz up your bloodies" in its most recent email newsletter, which was amazing, and so here we are again. Last week they ran a guide to building the perfect classic Bloody Mary, and then today they … look at a few ways to jazz up those bloodies. I can't add much to the recipe, although if you want to cheat, the mix from McClure's Pickles is pretty excellent.


Briar Rose Yogurt Ghost



Remember how badly you want to send us a picture of your food art about the news?!


How to Make Snowman Deviled Eggs

1. Slice the top and bottom off one hard-boiled egg, horizontally, and the top and bottom off another, vertically, if that makes sense.