Unbelievable things that people make with food, and the impossible, revolting, shut the front door stuff that people eat
The six-foot-tall statue, dubbed “Pan Solo,” took more than 100 hours to create!
Tom Brown took “an apple a day” to an entirely new level.
Taming Mexican food’s messiest on-the-go meal.
Tropicana claims consumers are in for an “unforgettable breakfast experience.” (No word on whether that’s good or bad.)
Recent trends have bakers decorating cakes to look like everyday objects. But throughout history, people have been adding tiny, inedible objects to their cake batter in hopes of revealing what the future may hold.
Some recipes for the cake required unsavory ingredients such as soot, urine, hair, and nail clippings.