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Watch this Artist Recreate an In-Flight Menu in Miniature

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Watch this Artist Recreate an In-Flight Menu in Miniature
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It seems the folks over at Singapore Airlines have been avidly reading Fine Dining Lovers: they’re using tiny food in their latest advertising campaign.

They enlisted the help of miniature food artist Yukio Hasada to recreate six of their in-flight dishes at 1/17 the size, including double ale-braised shoulder of pork with fava beans and sea urchin glazed cod fish. It took Hasada 1000 minutes in total to create all six. Over 100 ingredients were used to create the spellbinding miniature dishes.

Watch the promo below and further down, go behind the scenes to see exactly how the tiny food was made. The satay cooking on the miniature charcoal grill is a particular highlight.

We’ve featured plenty of tiny food before on Fine Dining Lovers, including the world’s smallest lasagna and YouTuber Miniature Space. Also, why not check out this delicious-looking miniature Indian food – unfortunately you can’t eat it, as it is made of clay (fridge magnets).

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