Firstly, please accept my apologies for the awful pun as this post’s header – I just couldn’t help it.
Anyways… It’s not often that I get speechless and awed by something magical and spectacular. Today isn’t one of those days. Words cannot describe what you are about to see, so I shall just let the following images and videos do the talking. A word of advice; hunger pangs will be evident – you have been warned!
While we’re on the subject of eggs, allow the legendary Jacques Pepin to demonstrate the proper and near-flawless technique of making an omelette. Simply breathtaking.
I’m still drooling over the omelette-split in the Japanese omurice Instagram video…
Source: We Can Watch Videos of Omurice (Japanese Omelet Rice) All Day (First We Feast)
I recently came across this fine work of art, photography, and knife skills (of which classically-trained chefs would certainly be proud of). Could anything else seem more beautifully composed?
Quoted from lernertandsander.com:
Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant asked us to make a photograph for their documentary photography special, with the theme Food. We transformed unprocessed food into perfect cubes of 2,5 x 2,5 x 2,5 cm.
For those who think they are able to name all the ingredients in this piece; head on over to Sporcle to test your food-identifying supremacy. The catch? You only have fifteen minutes to successfully name all ninety-eight pieces of cubed food – though some may be repeated. Good luck!
Eggs have always been a core, but also overlooked, ingredient in many, many dishes. Food, People, Places has come up with a video that illustrates 12 things which you can do with the humble egg – and it’s more than just scrambled eggs and meringues!
If you’re ever wondering about the whole thing on gluten and its links to celiac/coeliac disease, allow “cartoonist and blogger for popular science” Maki Naro to illustrate – literally.
You can also find more of (and from) Maki Naro on Medium and Twitter.