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Thursday, January 17, 2008

Lord of the Candy

Posted By on Thu, Jan 17, 2008 at 12:16 PM

Like Lord of the Rings? Like candy? Well, you're in luck. A couple of food bloggers with plenty of time to spare over the winter holidays recreated scenes from the Lord of the Rings movies using candy. Below is a picture from their site depicting the Battle of Pelennor Fields. You should check out their site for more pics.

These guys have made quite a stir in the food blogging world, and there is even a YouTube video. Despite whether you think this is a waste of time, silly, or awesome, you have to give these guys some creds for being able to make something like this. In a way it reminds me of all those Lego-Star Wars creations.


What would you recreate out of food if you had all the time in the world? Personally, I would like to see the Ben Hur chariot race, or something from Halo.

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