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©G.Wilson, Chicago USA 2001


©Matière Contact, Lyon-France 2000

©A.M. Kah: La fiancée du roi

©Suzie Bohm, Hamburg 2003

©salon du livre, Paris 2002

Books2Eat's Links to other edible culture:

Art & Museums:

the ABC gingerbread and other thoughts by Ludi Visser

Eat Art: Joseph Beuys, Dieter Roth, Sonja Alhäuser an exhibition at Harvard University Art Museums

Edible Gems The Work of Maki Takahashi

Gallery of Thai fruit carving with Pam Maneeratana

The Edible Monument at the Getty Research Institute

The Food Museum

Jean-Michel Renaudin: culinary photographer/photographe culinaire

the Museum of Culinary History and Alimentation (MoCHA)

The New York Food Museum

The Sugar Museum in Berlin, Germany

Tibetan butter sculpture

Wedding cakes gallery at edible-art.co.uk


Culinary history research at the New York Public Library

April fool's day origin at infoplease

April Fool's day and the vernal equinox at snope.com

Le Ventre des Philosophes, Michel Onfray: chez le chef Simon

Philosophy & Food by Jeremy Iggers, philosopher and restaurant critic.


Chocoland, Prêt-à-porter Chocolat

Food quotes at foodreference.com

Slow food for the defense of and the art of pleasure

Fun web movies: Muffin Films

Techniques & Resources:

Candyland craft, to buy ingredients and tools

Chef Simon (en français) techniques, recettes

Edible Inks for inkjet printers

Grandma's Secrets to order cake in New York City

Science of cooking by the accidental scientist

Sugar paste techniques by Imaginative Icing


links checked: January 2006

©N.Karavasile "inedible"

Yearly Festivals