IN PICTURES | From Saplings To Soap Bars, This Chef Makes Stunning Desserts Resembling Everyday Objects, Take A Look

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Chef Ben Churchill has taken the initiative to create interesting desserts that look like random everyday objects. From saplings to soap bars, the food illusionist creates them all in edible form.

Written By Diyali Banerjee | Mumbai | Updated On:

They say 'art feeds the soul', and what if we include some art in the food itself? Yes, a food illusionist named Chef Ben Churchill has taken the initiative to create interesting desserts that look like random everyday objects. They are so accurate in their looks that you might just misjudge them in the first glimpse.

Churchill whose aim is to create desserts that push the boundaries of perception makes several startling desserts resembling things like-- egg and bread to cigarette butt to saplings to soap bars.

Here are some of his interesting creations:

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The rotten apple... Apple mousse coated in chocolate filled with custard

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Chocolate millennium falcon, salted caramel centre, vanilla cream, chocolate crumb

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The chef is reportedly also an author to his book 'Food Illusions vol. 1' where he describes the making of these innovative food arts. He also shares tutorial videos on Instagram. For more information, do check his Instagram page. 

 

 

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