World Cup Fever: Food Flags

This is the World Cup Month…people get together to watch their favourite team in bars, restaurants and their own homes.

But how to entertain your friends during these four weeks? In what way can you make your food more interesting….mmmm…something that can create a discussion…more than a footballer’s abs??? 🙂  haha with fooodddd.

 

So I found these amazing flags all made from edible items that represent each country. These flags were created by the agency WHYBIN/TWBA during Sydney’s food festival http://www.goodfoodmonth.com/

Maybe we can grab some ideas…most of them are very easy to make and do not require cooking!

Brasil: banana leaf, lime, pineapple and passion fruit

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USA: hot dogs, ketchup and mustard

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Greece: olives and feta cheese

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Australia: Meat pie and sauce

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South Korea: maki rolls and sauces ( soy sauce and sweet and sour maybe)

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France: Blue cheese, Brie and Grapes

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United Kingdom: scone, cream and jams ( strawberry and blueberry)

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Spain: Chorizo and rice

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Switzerland: Parma ham and Swiss Cheese

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Italy: basil, pasta and tomatoes

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Japan: rice and tuna

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Maybe you can mix some of these ingredients to create other flags like the German flag and others!

Hope someone tries these out…you will surely impress…the ladies and also men will not focus on the TV screen for a minute or two 🙂

 

Credits
Client: Sydney International Food Festival
Advertising Agency: WHYBIN\TBWA, Sydney, Australia
Executive Creative Director: Garry Horner
Creative Director: Matt Kemsley
Art Director: Miles Jeffreys
Copywriter: Tammy Keegan
Photographer: Natalie Boog
Retoucher: Nick Mueller
Food Stylist: Trish Heagerty

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