Food Tattoos: Seriously Tasty Ink

Bloggin Good Food —  April 23, 2010 — 1 Comment

In a recent food blog we did about a mobile crepe company @TruckinGoodFood we couldn’t help but realize we’ve been noticing more and more chefs & foodies with food tattoos. Come on – a Nutella tattoo is pretty awesome! If you love a food that much getting inked shows some serious dedication.

Nutella Tattoo >> Photo Credit: Bloggin’ Good Food

With our interests peaked we decided to surf the interwebs to dig deeper into this tasty food tattoo trend. It didn’t take long to find a plethora of food blogs chronicling the ink’d food trend.  You can read them here, here, here, here and here.

Rather you like savory or sweet there seems to be a food ‘tat for you! So what is your flavor?  – A Chicago dog, grapefruit or sweet cherry pie. The detail is amazing – some serious time and talent when into these.


Fruit, sweets and produce seem to be a very popular option.


We are partial to the pork products and fresh veggies. mmm…Okra & Beets.

Credit:        /emilycamilla                         /luckyplanet

Food tattoos aside one of the next most popular trends are kitchen appliances and utensils.


We hoped you enjoyed our culinary tour of food tattoos as much as we did. Please leave a comment below and let us know…if you got a food tattoo – what would you get?

Now we are off on another foodie adventure, so taste buds stay tuned!

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