Weekly Photo Challenge: Broken

The Melteaser at Moroco Chocolat.  January 2015

I don’t regularly go around town taking pictures of broken objects, so this week’s challenge was a little difficult for me.  I ended up choosing one of my favourite subjects because it doesn’t matter even if it’s broken, it’s still valued, and even more valued in a different way.

What is that, you ask?  Well, it’s food!  Food can be broken up, broken apart, broken down, and broken in every which way, but it won’t change its deliciousness.  Look at this broken dessert.  It actually had to be broken apart in order to be eaten.  Beauty in the broken bits. 🙂

To eat it, you pour hot steaming chocolate over it in order to melt the chocolate shell which reveals chocolate ice cream that you can eat amidst the scattered chocolate shells.  Delicious! ^_^

The process of breaking it (video)

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23 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Broken

  1. I’ll take some!! Creative choice and tasty as well.

    janet

  2. andy1076 says:

    The challenge was to show broken stuff, NOT make people hungry geez! 😛

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  4. plaridel says:

    it looks expensive. will it break my wallet? 🙂

  5. You can break a piece off for me. Yum.

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  11. gchan7127 says:

    I love this! “Food can be broken up, broken apart, broken down, and broken in every which way, but it won’t change its deliciousness. Look at this broken dessert. It actually had to be broken apart in order to be eaten. Beauty in the broken bits. :)” Wow, Karen! ❤

    • stenoodie says:

      Lol, aw. Thank you Grace. I sometimes just write randomly and it helps me get the creative juices flowing. Sometimes though, what I write just doesn’t make sense. I’m glad you appreciate it. ❤

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