HDKetchup Now Comes In Slices
2018-03-22 0 views
Ketchup is an occasional condiment for some and a way of life for others. And now, you can now eat ketchup in slices for a non-messy burger or sandwich.
It’s also vegan and all natural without artificial flavors, preservatives, or high-fructose corn syrup. The slices form is supposed to keep your bread from getting soggy. It doesn’t need to be refrigerated so you can easily bring it everywhere.
It’s called Slice of Sauce from Bo’s Fine Foods. It started with one of the founders of the company was making a BBQ sauce from a family recipe that required braising a lot of vegetables. But instead of throwing them away. She mixed, ground, baked and dried them and accidentally made her first ketchup slice.
Slice of Sauce isn’t the first ketchup slice around. An LA restaurant called Plan Check Kitchen + Bar has been serving “ketchup leather” since 2014. They spread ketchup onto a baking sheet and dehydrate it in the over for three hours. But Slice of Sauce is trying to bring ketchup slices to grocery store shelves. It has raised more than $12,000 of its $15,000 goal on Kickstarter. Early backers can get their ketchup slices in June of 2018.
HDYummy art: Ukrainian turns food into delicious paintings
2018-03-20 0 views
Ukrainian food artist Daryna Kossar turns ordinary food products into colourful and edible masterpieces, combining her creative and cooking skills.
Cities made of cheese and meat, a portrait of Eddie Murphy made of Oreo cookies, and of Whoopi Goldberg of chocolate sauce are just some of Daryna's impressive works.
Trained as a psychologist, she used to work as a personal assistant when she decided to give up that job and start a food art Instagram account five years ago.
Being inspired by every product, which is a substitute for a certain kind of paint for Daryna, she always carries a small notebook with her to immediately capture ideas on paper.
Cooking up food art meals is a very delicate and time-consuming process where preparing the easiest dish takes at least 40 minutes.
But Daryna's creativity goes far beyond food products; she also uses cosmetics for painting her pictures.
Fascinated by the artist's talent, French designer Christian Louboutin commissioned her to do a whole campaign for his new cosmetics product line called Aloha Louboutin.
HDMalaysian Honey Hunters Risk Their Lives Getting Stung by Bees
2018-03-20 0 views
People risk their lives to gather this rare tree-top honey. They climb 250foot trees in the jungle to find rare nectar hidden in Malaysia’s tualang trees, all the while getting stung by giant rock bees.
The honey hunters climb in the trees with makeshift ladders. Using a torch, they hit the tree to disturb the bees and draw them out so they have time to collect the honeycomb. Sometimes the hunters get stung until they are swollen all over.
The tualng honey is expensive, because it’s so hard to get — it’s about $17 a pound. What’s more, there’s more demand than the hunters can supply. The honey is said to have natural healing benefits and is used in medicines.
The honey hunters have been gathering the honey this way for generations, but the practice is starting to die out. Younger people aren’t as interested in harvesting and the hunters have noticed the number of beehives dwindling. This is pretty understandable, considering you have to get stung over and over again in order to procure it. The honey seems like pretty special stuff, but enticing people to go through all of that pain and puffiness likely isn’t that easy to do.
HDWorld's priciest chocolate goes on display in Portugal
2018-03-19 0 views
Shaped like a diamond and covered in 23 carats edible gold, this is the world’s most expensive chocolate.
Portuguese chocolatier Daniel Gomes created the edible diamond that costs over $9,000.
Chocolate fair visitor:
“Obviously I won’t be able to buy one, but it must taste really good.”
It’s currently on display at a chocolate fair in Obidos, Portugal, and has already been sold to customers from around the world.
HDFlower rice pancakes
2018-03-19 0 views
Spring is here!
Traditionally, Koreans make Hwajeon in spring.
Hwajeon is a small rice cake(tteok) adorned with edible flower petals including azalea and chrysanthemums.
The origins of these delicacies go all the way back to the Koryo Dynasty.
Hwajeon was commonly eaten at a traditional custom called hwajeonnori meaning flower rice-cake play.
In lunar calendar, March 3rd marks the start of spring and is called Samjitnal.
Every March in the lunar calendar, azaleas blooming, women and children went out to pluck azaleas
or other edible flowers. They also carried all ingredients and a frying pan to make it outside.
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HDItalian Bank Looks to Keep Its Customers Sweet by Bringing Pastries to Its Punters
2018-03-18 0 views
Italy’s top pastry chef, Iginio Massari, opened a shop of sweet delights inside a bank in Milan.
Italian banks are facing thousands of job cuts and need to lose up to a third of their branches.
The branches that survive are redesigned to appeal to a new generation and type of client.
Customers appear to be won over.
HDThe First Trap Can Catch A lot of Crabs With 2 Cola Bottles In Cambodia.mp4
2018-03-17 0 views