Book Review – Food Play

14 May

Food Play
Saxton Freymann and Joost Elffers

Chronicle Books
320 pages
$21.95 CDN

By Stephanie Dickison

This is the perfect gift for the surrealist and food lover in your life.

A fun, playful look at how food can be transformed into familiar faces and places in 350 ways, you may never look at an orange or beet the same way again.

It’s the kind of thing that you really have to experience because it’s so oddly fascinating that there aren’t sufficient words to describe what you’re about to see – a radish cat, aliens from red peppers the cutest little mushroom people.

Like the Surrealist Gourmet, you are in for a visual treat. You may just have to wait an hour before eating. The screaming orange stays with you.


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