The "little black dress" of breads.
Tamarind Prawns, Pineapple Prawns-a perfect match with steaming white rice!
Thai beef salad: A refreshing rehab tonic for fat-weary dieters.
You can pick your nose, you can pick your friends, and now you can pick your friends nose, or at least the nose cup they'll be using to drink out of.
Edible origami! Cranes folded out of wonton wrappers.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO WATER! This is a cake.
Very similar and sushi-like (Nare-zushi type) foods are still found in Southeast Asian countries now, and the plains of the north of Thailand and Myanmar.
The best kind of birthday cake.
With flavors like Wine That Loves...Roasted Chicken, Pizza, Grilled Steak, Grilled Salmon, and Pasta with Tomato Sauce, you will always make the perfect pair!
Sticky rice siu mai.
According to Dine and Dish, March 15th was Bisquick Baking Mix Day, but that's besides the point. Point is, they posted a recipe for Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits that sounds pretty easy and look delicious.
There are lots of Red Velvet Cakes going round the blogs now- this one is from the recent NYTimes article.
Imported Mozzarella di Bufala being prepped for a tomato, basil and mozzarella risotto
Cute, but modern, Easter bunny bread.
Beef empanadas with garlic mashed potatoes
I hope to someday make tarts this beautiful.
The United Nations of Dinner: Atlantic squid get cozy with New Zeland Cockles and the most perfect Raddichio Pasta from Italy.
The periodic table of desserts -- "a scientific and rigorous approach to patisserie."
david eyre's 1966 pancake recipe looks pretty tasty.
How to make delicious Vietnamese sandwiches, the "banh mi"
Curry cuties for the easter basket.
vibrant colours of a melon sorbet
French Toast Waffles - two delicious breakfast foods in one!
looks really yummy
hum chocolate and caramel...
We have a special place in our hearts for the smallest member of the cake family, the petit four.
Bramley apples, a resurgent British culinary icon
Spring Fever: Tagliatelle with Chive Oil
Three dimensional bunny cake mold, just in time for easter.
Something to chase away April clouds.
As spotted by chair on notcot.org ~ "Ineeka has been working on reinventing the tea bag. They have combined the experience of loose tea with the convenience of a bag."
Spring Nougat from Valerie Confections - Lemon and Hazelnut topped with rich dark chocolate and a sliver of candied lemon peel.
Chork - a combination fork/chopstick as interpreted by furniture designer, Laura Rittenhouse
Lasagna with a twist. A rolled-up variation of an old favorite keeps it quick, neat, and fun.
From benben at notcot.org ~ gorgeous wine label design utilizing rubber bands instead of paper labels...