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Char siu and pineapple bun chocolates, anyone? 3D printed treats inspired by iconic flavours of Hong Kong and Australia

Char siu and pineapple bun chocolates, anyone? 3D printed treats inspired by iconic flavours of Hong Kong and Australia

Written by David

November 16, 2018

Artist and food designer Ryan Foote. Pictures: Antony Dickson Pineapple bun, milk tea, French toast, red bean, caramelised char siu and egg tart – these are a few of the iconic Hong Kong flavours that have inspired a new gift box of 3D-printed chocolates by Australian artist Ryan Foote. (Thankfully, fish balls and stinky tofu didn’t make the cut.) Foote, a ceramicist with a background in sculpture and spatial practices, splits his time between Hong Kong and Melbourne, and wanted to create two collections that represented the food cultures of both cities; his Australian box features flavours such as eucalyptus and dark chocolate, lemon myrtle and macadamia ice cream, and avocado smash. A third collection, suitable for vegans, features single-origin chocolate from across the world, produced in Foote’s kitchen in Ap Lei Chau. “I love creating desserts; everyone’s willing to be a bit more adventurous when it comes to […]

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