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The Apple logo is a fairly common subject of custom pastry artists -- the Apple pie jokes write themselves -- but rarely do any intrepid chefs attempt to recreate the colorful retro look. Flickr user Pingiwingi knocked it out of the park with this cake, which looks almost too good to eat. Bravo! [...

October 24th 2014 at 1:00pm
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An iPhone cupcake from the professional cupcake artists at Clever Cupcakes. Nom nom nom. [Photo Credit: Clever Cupcakes]

February 5th 2014 at 6:00pm

Ken over at TheCooksDen has sculpted an edible Steve Jobs' head out of two blocks of mozzarella and some pepper. It's actually pretty impressive in a Hannibal Lecter kind of way. Ken, who admits he's a Mac fanboy and a foodie, thought that there was no better way to show his appreciation for his mu...

March 17th 2010 at 1:30pm
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We've got all ideas that whipping up an edible Wii (and a few controllers while you're at it) would make for a fantastic (albeit overtly geeky) shindig, but there's just something satisfying about a robotic cucumber hand that freaks out attendees that visit the snack table a tad too frequently. The...

August 16th 2007 at 3:49am
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We've seen knit iPhones, iPhone clones, but this takes the cake, an edible iPhone. Will the iPhone madness ever end? How tasty must that luscious dark chocolate frosting be? Sadly no hint was given about the creator(s) of this bit of mobile confection, but if any of you do, please have them get in...

August 2nd 2007 at 4:12am
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If you're even considering making a late night grocery run to stock up on post-Valentine's Day chocolate sales, hold your horses. For those who just so happened to keep the original packaging from your Wiimote and nunchuck as any true geek does, or you need a delicious excuse to run out and grab ano...

February 18th 2007 at 6:05am
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If you're not down with wearing, handling, or implanting RFID chips on (or in) human beings, we presume you're fairly skeptical about consuming one. A recent patent application filed by Kodak envisions an edible RFID wafer that would ideally be used to monitor various aspects of a patient's health....

February 13th 2007 at 7:49pm