While its origins are contentious, today’s hamburger is essentially an American gustatory institution. Watch what happens when burger virgins are introduced to the classic sandwich.
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Remember those weird TV challenges where people would have to eat revolting things like wriggling worms and grotesque grubs for a cash prize? For some countries, that’s just Friday night’s dinner, and the reward is its consumption. For your viewing pleasure–or perhaps displeasure if you don’t consider insects your primary source of fiber, one photographer has made it his mission to travel the world and document the most unusual foods that the human race will down on the daily.
Neil Setchfield, the mastermind behind the book Yuck! The Things People Eat, began his quest to find bizarre local delicacies after stumbling across a bag of stir fried tarantulas in Cambodia. Intrigued and slightly nauseated at the sight of the eight-legged delight, he took a photo to show his friends and came up with the mad idea to travel the world and find other foods that well-cosseted Westerners might consider, well, disgusting.
As the holidays approach, many of us will spend significantly more time in the kitchen–either creating or consuming the colorful carbohydrates seen above. Why not feed your brain with a bit of an understanding of the chemistry behind the cookie?
When the day’s too hot and the sun persists in beating its rays down over our sweaty heads, our first thoughts are often ‘I wish I was inside a giant cooler’. But for some, that’s not just a dream; it’s their workplace. Meet the butter nutters.
Although their parents warned them not to play with their food, the following five artists never listened to that piece of advice. And surprisingly, we’re thankful for that. Using rice, chocolate, salmon and grains as their mediums of choice, these “childlike” individuals create incredibly complex pieces of art. Here are the world’s coolest food artists.
Cool Food Art No.1: Mother of the Year
Samantha Lee may be the world’s coolest mom. The Malaysian mother of two, who works as a kids’ party planner, first began making bento in 2008. For those who do not know, bento is a balanced, visually appealing meal packed into a box. Lee initially created the Japanese bento for her eldest daughter, around the time when Lee’s second daughter was born.
Never end up with bad Chinese take out ever again.