Edible Forests.

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

This week in astounding Japanese culinary creations: edible forests made using fork "trees" that stand upright when inserted into pre-cut slots on a rectangular wooden board. Jellybean leaves, branches made of fig and prosciutto - how deliciously Alice in Wonderland. 


Related: candy paint, chocolate pencils, and an edible zen garden, with sesame rocks and sugar sand (laments the very funny writer at Spoon & Tamago, "the adorable wooden rake included in the set cannot be eaten").

Via Spoon & Tamago. Made by Tetusin Design Office and local artists for the Okawa Conserve.

13 comments:

Diana said...

these are too cute! very cool idea too!

tara said...

Those are so pretty I almost wouldn't want to eat them! Almost.

Camila Faria said...

Oh WOW. I think I need this in my life!

Elle said...

CUTE.

Nicole said...

This is the appetizer platter of my dreams! Just so pretty with the fig and proscuitto.

Leanne said...

They are so adorable! Great for a party!

Kathy said...

Oh, my word - I can't help but smile when I look at these photos!

Trish said...

So delicate and detailed! Lovely!

Anonymous said...

So so so cute.

Shoko said...

i'd like to make a forest of sour patch kids, or swedish fish, or cream puffs :)

Morgan said...

I'd love to order these for a party!

http://forjadepipaandkate.blogspot.be said...

really cute! only in japan

http://forjadepipaandkate.blogspot.be said...

So cute! so typical japan

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