A broken plate is usually a bad thing but can it also be a work of art?
Belgian artists Bernard Gigounon and Lucille Soufflet seems to think so. Together, they created a stunning sculpture of an enormous plate shattered into pieces.
The sculpture is being featured in La Louviere, a small town in Belgium that manufactured plates for over 160 years. The piece was created to explore the themes of ambiguity, impermanence and the passage of time.
For more 'plated' food art, check out these cool plates that inspire you to play with your food by Polish designer Boguslaw Sliwinski.
It's time to up your pudding game and create a celebratory pudding fit for the Queen Elizabeth II's platinum jubilee. Take a look at the competition details and practice these inspiring pudding recipes.
Can we consider food to be a form of medicine, or are we overplaying the power of food to improve our health? We asked Niko Romito, whose 'Food Pharmacy' restaurant partners with a real pharmacy to deliver tasty and nutritious cuisine. Read on.
Geranium's Rasmus Kofoed has decided to stop serving meat at the restaurant currently ranked number two on the World's 50 Best Restaurants list. But the Danish chef isn't yet willing to go purely plant-based.