Weird Wednesday Must-Reads: Insect Cuisine, Gold Food and Culinary Couture

October 26, 2011

Today's Weird Wednesday must-reads give your Hump Day doldrums the Midas touch. Let's dive in, shall we?

San Francisco is the now "hotbed of insect cuisine," says the SF Weekly. [NPR

Indulge your fast food cravings without sabotaging your diet with these snack-shaped soaps. [Trend Hunter]

Most people discard their fruit stickers, but a new concept would make these stickers out of a material that turns into fruit soap when it gets wet. [Dvice]

Food-colored food is boring. Add a little bling to your next meal with Food Finish, an edible food coloring that comes in a spray can. Its metallic hues give any treat a Midas touch. [Trendland]

Michael Symon responds to Anthony Bourdain's latest barbs. [Eater]

A new photo shoot called "Food Dresses" for Garage magazine features edible recreations of frocks by Prada, Louis Vuitton, Moncler and, yes, Alexander McQueen. [Fashionista]

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