Happy Sunday! Here’s a food-inspired minimalist lego creation by Luca: “I thought it would be interesting to create items in the least amount of pieces. A whole breakfast in 8 pieces! Enjoy!”
……. and while you’re enjoying this brunch creation, browse these brunch-y links from the archive. [Geez — I’m getting hungry, I think I’m in dire need of some shakshuka! :)]
Because everyone needs a bacon store as part of their holiday village display, right? And while we’re on the subject, here are a few others we think someone really ought to manufacture….
Last but not least, here’s our favorite gingerbread display of 2011. A trio of very San Francisco victorian row houses as seen at the California Academy of Sciences cafe in Golden Gate Park. As a fun detail, some of the aquarium’s most famous inhabitants – Claude the albino alligator, a family of African penguins, and Lemon Drop the yellow python – are featured in the display. You can’t quite see it in the picture, but the roofs of these houses are shingled in banana chips and almond slices which is a pretty cool trick.
And just for fun, a link to 3 inspired and extremely nifty gingerbread creations from a great blog called Off the (Meat) Hook. These will definitely make you smile: Jetson’s-esque “Gingerbread on the Moon“, “The Gingerbread Casbah” & “Gingerbread Christmas Cabana“. [PS: She’s a former pastry chef and she shares some excellent gingerbread-house recipes and how-tos which I’m going to bookmark for next year.]
XOXO, Simran and Stacie!