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Friday Night Flicks: That’s a Wrap/Michelle Duffy

Food-inspired artist’s books are not a new idea. Sometimes real food is used, as in the tutorial on Japanese stab-binding from Tiffany Eng. Sometimes books are food-shaped like Ed Hutchins‘ (out-of-print) El Taco de Ojo. ‘Seven filling-shaped pages stuff a … Continue reading

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Bonus Post: The International Edible Book Festival 2017

It’s April 1 again, time for The International Edible Book Festival, and once again I have not made an edible book. Instead here is Charlie and The Chocolate Factory as re-imagined by Cake Central. Be sure to check out events … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: The Bible of Barbecue

In honour of April Fool’s Day and, more importantly, The International Edible Book Festival, today’s video is about a (sort of) edible book.       You can find out a little more about edible books in my post from … Continue reading

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The International Edible Book Festival

April 1st is approaching. As well as being April Fool’s Day, it is the birthday of Brillat-Savarin, author of  Physiologie du goût. In celebration of this date, Judith A. Hoffberg and Béatrice Coron organised the first International Edible Book Festival. It … Continue reading

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