This Origami Food May Not Be Edible, But It Sure Looks Good
This piece originally appeared on Travel+Leisure.
Cooking with real food is cool and all, but watching someone create global delicacies from paper is even cooler.
Here's what's on the menu: penne meatballs, an Italian favorite; jaffle, a toasted sandwich that's popular in Australia; ramen, a Japanese staple; fish and chips, which you'll find on nearly every menu in Great Britain; and the banana split, a nearly universal sweet treat.
While these meals may not settle any cravings—they'll probably have quite the opposite effect, really—they're still fascinating to watch come together.