Dezeen’s top ten: food

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Dezeen's top ten: here's a roundup of Dezeen's ten most popular stories about food and feasting.

In first place are these shoes made of bread by twin brothers R&E Praspaliauskas.

2: Daizi Zheng's food packaged like medicine is in second place.

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3: third most popular is Tantalus Dinner by Ioli Kalliopi Sifakaki, who designed a dinner service cast from her own body and then invited a dozen of her male friends to feast from the tableware.

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4: this font made of liquid caramel by Czech designer Marta Maštálková is fourth most-viewed.

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5: Mathieu Lehanneur's system for growing fish and vegetables in the living room is fifth most-clicked.

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6: tableware for eating placenta by French design collective Duende comes in sixth.

7: these Slim Chips by Hafsteinn Juliusson are snacks made of paper.

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8: a machine that prints food by Philips Design is eighth most-popular.

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9: our movie about Mike Meiré's exhibition of improvised street kitchens from around the world is in ninth place.

10: finally, this escargot packaging by Manuel Jouvin is made of paper that's been digested and excreted by snails.

Another top ten coming up next month.

See also:

Dezeen’s top ten: shoes
Dezeen’s top ten: churches
Dezeen’s review of 2009
Dezeen’s top ten: Dubai projects
Dezeen’s top ten: lighting
Dezeen’s top ten: watches and clocks
Dezeen’s top ten: cardboard projects
Dezeen’s top ten: shops
Dezeen’s top ten: schools
Dezeen’s top ten: pavilions
Dezeen’s top ten: hotels
Dezeen’s top ten: animals
Dezeen’s 2008 review
Dezeen’s top ten: glamorous girls
Dezeen’s top ten: Japanese projects
Dezeen’s top ten: student projects
Dezeen’s top ten: interiors
Dezeen’s top ten: stories with most comments
Dezeen’s top ten: Milan 2008
Dezeen’s top ten: houses
Dezeen’s top ten: skyscrapers
Top ten Dezeen stories from December 2007
Most popular stories during our first twelve months

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