Friday, April 13, 2012 at 10:33AM
a weekly round-up of our favorite finds from the front lines of food
- Snack as an art form (above) with the Mona Lisa in plum.
- Food styling bolsters its design cred as the trend for pantone cooking continues to a lovely cabbage soup, Pantone 268 C.
- Camel milk chocolates and lattes — a traditional food finds new opportunities in modern tastes in Dubai with video of dairy camels (you saw it here first).
- Is it possible for bacon to jump the shark? A new bacon reality show just might do it. And Burger King has debuted a bacon sundae.
- It's time to talk about the Farm Bill again. "The second half of April could determine whether or not we’ll have government support for sustainable farm and food programs for the next five years."
- Chinese consumers are spreading their love of wine to regions around the world and could help boost new tastes. "Crucially, they are adventurous consumers open to wines from various countries and regions with new styles and flavours"
- From the land of gadgets comes a new Japanese creation, SushiBots — that's robots that make sushi.