Taking food to a new dimension

Printed chocolate balls with faces are all the rage.
3d print food 3

Ever had a stroke-of-genius idea, only to discover that it’s old hat? I hate that. But being a guy who loves food (and art), I love this. I was thinking the other day that it would be cool to make a cake fondant frosting that was 3D printed. But then I saw these creations from chefs in the Netherlands, Tokyo, and plenty other parts of the world. If you’re convinced these were made by traditional methods, you’d be wrong. They were actually constructed by 3D printers (but they look just as, if not more, delicious).

This week’s Frandoms are by¬†Fabio Orlando, chief creative officer at Toronto’s tag.