Cute Yummy Time: 72 Recipes for the Cutest Food You'll Ever Eat

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is a popular underground culture travel blogger, TV host and coordinator Travel Channel, Food Network, CNN , author of 3 books Penguin USA and Random House , and journalist for AOL Travel Huffington Post She s well known for her coverage of bizarre body modifications, especially Japanese bagel heads.TV HOST La Carmina appeared on The Today Show and CBS The Doctors, and co hosted an episode of Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern for Travel Channel NHK Japan filmed two documentaries about her work Recent TV hosting and arranging credits include Discovery TV Oddities , National Geographic Taboo , Food Network World s Weirdest Restaurants , Fuel TV, Dutch Pepsi, Sony Australia, Canal Plus France, Belgium TV, Norway TV, Pro Sieben, and CNN Hosting reel

[BOOKS] ✮ Cute Yummy Time: 72 Recipes for the Cutest Food You'll Ever Eat Author La Carmina –
  • Paperback
  • 176 pages
  • Cute Yummy Time: 72 Recipes for the Cutest Food You'll Ever Eat
  • La Carmina
  • English
  • 11 August 2019
  • 9780399535321

10 thoughts on “Cute Yummy Time: 72 Recipes for the Cutest Food You'll Ever Eat

  1. says:

    let me start by saying i will probably never make anything in this book this is a cookbook just for looking at i seriously lack the patience to be cutting little smiley faces out of seaweed right before dinner but i appreciate the concept taking the ultra cute japanese sensation of cutesy bento box food that looks like playthings than anything you wouldnt feel guilty biting the head off of, and using western ingredients to help americans get on board the cute food phenomenon most of these are great most of them are time consuming than a lot of people can really afford to make like just now, i thought im kind of hungry , but i dont want to make a peanut butter sandwich because it will take too long so i ate a spoonful of peanut butter now i will study, on my very filling pre supper snack can you imagine if i had to cut out smiley faces and affix them to a peanut butter pigface with some sort of banana kittycat sidekick no, midterms call, and i cant have almond penguin beaks right now but i do have the time to flip through it wistfully, and time to write this stupid review i just like this book, is all i have looked at it every day since saturday, and its a nice companion at my bedside the author wrote a little story about her cat and its adventures in here, too its a little silly, but i figure, its her book, she can do what she wants its a reward for cutting out so many little cheese bears and eggplant monkeys.step it up, top chef

  2. says:

    I ll be upfront and admit that I m not much of a cook, but I am a fan of cuteness and bought this book largely based on La Carmina s blog and YouTube video I enjoyed the entire thing, from the story woven into the text to the fun recipes including cupcakes as well as the fact that these are nutritious and simple to make I don t have kids yet, but when I do, I hope to make them some of the adorable dishes here.Some of my favorites are the singing crab bagel, foxy oatmeal, panda tofu soba, animal yogurt popsicles, party owl egg white quiche, hard boiled egg critters, and bunny and pig on rye And the pirate eyepatch on the mouse macaroni and cheese I like that for many of these, it s fairly easy to tell from the photo what was done I consider this as much a coffee table book as a cookbook, and appreciate the info at the front about how to make cute food designs from whole foods or the step by step demo on making a bear s face from rye, ham and salami as the rest Whether or not you re a fan of La Carmina s blog, this is a collection that gives new meaning to the term playing with your food I appreciate that, as a novice in the kitchen, I don t need any advance skills, just willingness to have fun and be a little adventurous.

  3. says:

    Not your typical kawaii bento box cookbook This is no mom making cute food for her kid s school lunch This is Gothic Lolita fashion girl makes cute food for herself and her friends, with a side panel Alice in Wonderland style story where she and her cat climb through an oven into Kawaii cute land No step by step how to, and her healthy substitutes would probably turn off some kids taste buds All that said, she s got some great creativity hereinteresting new ways to use bento tools and some not so difficult clever ideas that I think I can manage to pull off Soif you re open minded, this one might be just right for your cute food fix

  4. says:

    This book has plenty of very cute ideas, but less than impressive presentation in many parts Several of the recipes photographed look downright sloppy, in fact One gets the feeling that there was minimal editing involved, and probably very little or no assistance offered to the author, who both wrote and photographed the book She has done a nice job, but the book could have been so much better if she d had some assistance and support I must be crazy to suggest this, but WHITHER THE BOOK EDITORS AND PUBLISHER SUPPORT OF YESTERYEAR I do miss them soAt any rate, if you are into this sort of thing i.e., CUTE FOOD , you ll like it if not, you won t.

  5. says:

    I was a little disappointed in this book I was expecting creative things like the piggy breadsalami bears with cheese nosesare not But it was a nice little book to inspire my kitchen creativity.

  6. says:

    This looks like fun for my pre K niece

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