Delta Dish // Japanese Food In-flight
By: Taking Off
The bounty of beautiful and delicious Japanese food that can be found on the ground in Tokyo and across Japan has inspired an appetizing menu for select Japanese flights, designed by Chef Ishimoto-san.
Beth Lipman - Bride, 2010-12
"I just wanted to thank you for this work of art! My boyfriend just proposed in front of it on Tuesday 01/07/14 in NC!!! It made the perfect setting!!!"
Congratulations to Allison and her new fiance! We couldn’t imagine a more fitting artwork for such an occasion!
I’m officially middle-aged: I’m beginning to see the appeal of blue and white china.
Don’t DAds new art isntallation in saskcachewn
Congratulations on moving me from having uncomfortable phallic associations with hot dogs to me having uncomfortable scatalogical associations with them. #ew
The good ol’ burger for Tarot Tuesday.
Prints and more in my Society6 shop!
Please don’t eat the specimens, even if they are delicious!
While our Smithsonian Environmental Research Center Library is right on the Chesapeake Bay, this guy is from out of town. From Sagami-wan san kanirui [The crabs of Sagami Bay] by Seibutsugaku Gokenkyujo. Tokyo: Maruzen, 1965.
Rainbows are awesome and cheesecake is awesome, which means that this Rainbow CheeseCake is Super Awesome!
This cheerful confection was created by an Italian deviantARTist named Yoite7. We just have one question: If you managed to eat the entire thing in one sitting, would you turn into a pot of gold?
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