Playing With Food

Here are some amazing & breathtaking photos of new kind of art: ‘Playing with food’.

Here are some amazing & breathtaking photos of new kind of art: ‘Playing with food‘. [via NYTimes]

Ordinary carrots become parrots in a sculpture by Jimmy Zhang, a chef and produce artist in San Francisco.

… and into a stallion. Jicama, daikon, rutabaga and taro are favored for carving three-dimensional figures because they are firm and don’t brown.

In the hands of James Parker, another of the leading talents in fruit and vegetable carving, a Meridol papaya turns into a flower.

Golden beet butterflies sit on an intricate watermelon flower by Mr. Zhang.

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