This Inedible Sushi Sculpture Doubles as Timekeeper

By: Cowbag - Jan 11, 2009   Updated: Apr 7 2011
References: detailsart
As kitchen timers go, they only need to be able to tell the time to be considered a success. Therefore, I simply love the fact that this sushi kitchen timer looks so amazing and realistic. It’s fun too, and would also make a great wedding present for sushi fans or couples with a great sense of humor.

Implications - Food is no longer a simple method of nourishment, but a form of recreation. With today's consumer seeking more pleasure from their eating experience, food has received all kinds of quirky makeovers. Thus, food has become a part of pop culture that companies can capitalize on by incorporating cuisine imagery into their products.