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F&W’s features intern, Chelsea Morse, has always been fascinated by latte art. Here, she divulges an easy way to recreate milk-foam design swirls at home:
If I tried, I bet I could remember the first latte I ever had with a heart-shaped design in the milk foam. (I can only hope that I didn’t assume the barista was flirting with me, and that I kept my amazement to myself.) Many milky coffee drinks later, I’m still thrilled to see a flower or a tree design atop my beverage; the extra effort to transform something delicious into something beautiful makes my day. Iceland-based artist Megan Herbert’s new culinary stencils are a simple way to produce the whimsical designs at home with a little cocoa or powdered sugar. She suggests them for cake, cookies or coffee—you could make a pretty gorgeous brunch spread. She offers a frosty woodland scene and a knitting-pattern stencil right now, sold as a set. I’m already thinking about using them this Christmas.