We've seen 3D food printers before, but now we know exactly what deliciousness they're capable of. Food squeezed out of a syringe never looked so tasty—or artful.

Cornell University's Computational Synthesis Laboratory developed the fab@home technology used to create these 3D printed foodstuffs. Using a process called "solid freeform fabrication", material is squeezed out of a syringe and layered in lines to match blueprints and designs.

3D printing provides a greater degree of uniformity across multiple items and more detail than if food were molded by hand. [Designboom]