Welcome to Chewable Structures!
Chewable Structures is a recipe video series and food blog where you’ll find edible crafts and fun food structures for parties and holidays. After all, why cook when you can build your food! I construct edible art using fruit, sandwiches, popcorn, cakes, cookies and pretty much anything that’s tasty.
Building food is so much fun that I even had a blast doing a live cooking demo on Good Day Sacramento, a morning TV show and CBS affiliate. Check out the video below.
My fun food has also been featured on a USA TODAY podcast and FoodGawker. I even got to lead a team building workshop at Pinterest headquarters in San Francisco where I showed Pinterest engineers how to build fun gummy structures. Playing with your food is always encouraged!
Why did I create Chewable Structures? Instead of making a typical gingerbread house, one day I decided to build the Family Guy House using caramel popcorn and a tissue box. As a former civil engineer, it’s only natural that I’d want to eat a house, right? Now, I’m building and eating my way through some of my favorite structures, like this Watermelon Golden Gate Bridge and this Gummy Candy Pyramid made of stackable bricks.
Don’t believe me? WATCH MY VIDEO TRAILER BELOW and see for yourself!
To watch my edible art in action, SUBSCRIBE to my YouTube Channel so every week; we can build fun structures together!
Whether you’re looking for creative food recipes for your next baby shower, birthday party, or holiday gathering, Chewable Structures is your guide on fun food.
About Theresa Chong
I am a multimedia technology journalist and an on-camera host. My technology videos and articles have been featured in USA TODAY, Architectural Digest, IEEE Spectrum, Scientific American, Seeker Media, and more. You can check out my tech stories here. Since I love multitasking, I film, edit, script, and star in all of my Chewable Structures videos.
Before I was a journalist, I was a civil engineer. I earned a Master’s degree at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and an undergraduate engineering degree at McMaster University.
I live in the San Francisco Bay Area with my husband, who is also my best friend!
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