'Crazy Delicious': Edible set with prosecco fountain, chocolate soil leaves fans in awe of 'Disney film set'
'Disney meets MasterChef!! crazy over the set design on this show,' a fan expressed
A garden that houses a prosecco fountain and chocolate soil is something you're more likely to find in children's literature. Except, this exists for real. The enchanting and magical edible set of 'Crazy Delicious' has everyone's attention. The Netflix original series is a one-of-a-kind cooking competition show that invites amateur home chefs who are tasked with multiple challenges over three rounds by the judges — Carla Hall, Heston Blumenthal and Niklas Ekstedt.
So, what's different about this show? The absolutely drool-worthy set that features fresh produce is novel. Also, the way every chef's culinary skills are put to the test is a fairly new addition.
Here, the chefs have the freedom to go as crazy as they like to put together a reimagined dish. For instance, how many ways can pizza be remade? Usually, people experiment with the toppings and the sauce, that's probably the extent of experimentation. But here, we saw a pizza bundt cake and pizza volcano, which starred charcoal dough balls stacked to form a rocky mountain-esque structure topped with pizza sauce slathered all around as it were oozing lava.
That's not all. There was a group of chefs who were asked to create dishes that would feature mushroom as its main ingredient. Tony created mushroom fries, while Romy went vegan. She used carrageenan to set her patisserie, which was a challenge in itself because it's always difficult to bring out the right flavors when cooking vegan.
Meanwhile, fans cannot stop talking about how magical the edible set is. "Who created the set for #crazydelicious because it is INCREDIBLE," a viewer commented, while another added: "I would like to leave and go live in the set design of #CrazyDelicious please and thank you."
"This is my element. Food. Whimsy. Magical set design. I'm in," a user shared. "How #CrazyDelicious garden art director & set designer create 11,000 sq ft of studio space into the colourful, magical, fantastical Crazy Delicious garden (with all sorts of edible plants!)," another pointed out.
"Disney meets MasterChef!! crazy over the set design on this show #CrazyDelicious," a fan expressed while another agreed: "the studio set is straight out of a disney film #crazydelicious." Catch all the new episodes of 'Crazy Delicious' on Netflix.