Eiko Mori is a Japanese food stylist with an Instagram profile where she gives standard slices of breakfast toast a whole new decorative look.
We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and Eiko reminds her 21,000 followers by posting a new creation almost daily, where a slice of toast doubles up as the canvas for her evolving patterns.
First Mori takes a slice of bread or "shoku-pan" , a Japanese milk bread, toasts it, then, with the help of a few tools - spoon, toothpick, tweezers and miniature piping bag - decorates with new and delicious patterns.
Her toast art is completely edible, made with a sour cream base topped off with fruit, cream or jam decorations. The pictures are often food themed - anything from beer to ice cream - but whatever her choice du jour, the end effect is always cheerful, colorful and a feast for the eyes.
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