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If you hated being told not to play with your food as a child, then you would have loved Face Food by Christopher D Salyers.

Turning food in to art, the Japanese technique of bento is adding a bit of fun to lunchtimes across the country. Taking inspiration from anime, animals and movies, this book is filled with awesome examples of boxes, which show why the art is so popular.

Highlights include a Spiderman rice ball, Pikachu cheese on break, a Mock Lobster made from red peppers, and yummy Powerpuff Girl heads. Each box lists the ingredients required to make the faces, so why not cutesy up your lunch box and join the face food revolution?

You can pick up a copy of the book from Mark Batty Publisher now.

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