My sister Nívea Salgado is not an ordinary Brazilian mother. Having graduated in Dentistry and obtained both Master’s and Doctoral degrees in the field, she quit her academic career in order to dedicate to motherhood, with all its aspects.
Using my own lifestyle as a source of inspiration, at some point I found myself making huge mandalas out of (super)foods and/or other natural materials. In these mandalas, my fascination for pure ingredients fuses with my passion for sacred geometry.
"Experi-mental kitchen" is a pop artsy photo series that shows the funny contradictions we have in our minds about the different flavours of food and how they shouldn't be mixed together - although we do it all the time in our...
There’s no question that there are some major cultural differences between countries and regions, and dining etiquette is no exception. Here are a few infographics created by Visual.ly with essential dining etiquette tips that you should bear in mind in different...
I am a huge Disney fan and have a friend who has NEVER seen The Lion King, so I planned a night to celebrate the upcoming 20th anniversary of the movie with some friends and wanted to make it special! ...
It's safe to say, judging by some of the pictures being collected by the Fed Up campaign, that American youth are receiving a raw deal as far as school lunches are concerned. Do Something, a non-profit organization for young people and...
Embodying the morbid morning moods, Snow Violent now offers you to literally throw in some skulls into your morning coffee.
Check out the colorful breads one can make with some imagination!
Two graphic designers from France, Quentin and Thomas, were so bored of random food at lunch, that they started improvising and experimenting new ways of cooking a burger.
Each day Malaysian artist Hong Yi creates a beautiful piece of art in her plate made entirely out of food.