We see a lot of food art at FDL HQ from 3D latte designs to celebrities painted in tea - we've seen most of it during our travels but the latest piece of food eye that has us excited is the ever evolving world of sushi art.
It involves taking traditional sushi rolls, a touch of artistic creativity and what looks like a lot of patience to put the pieces together, however, the results look great.
Designed by a Japanese sushi chef who goes by the name of Tama-Chan - these tasty pieces of art include fishy renditions of Edvard Munch’s “Scream” and other interesting designs.
Beatrix Potter is best known for her children's books depicting the adventures of Peter Rabbit, Squirrel Nutkin and company. But what's less well-known are her drawings and paintings of fungi, which are still used by mycologists today.
Do you pre-cook your rice? Find out all the other tips and secrets to making the perfect creamy rice pudding in the capable hands of French chef Gaetan Gentil, from Michelin-starred restaurant PRaiRiaL in Lyon.