This pasta looks too good to eat…almost.

Foodies, like myself, appreciate the whole sensory food experience – the aroma, flavor, texture and the visual presentation of food, culminating into an amazing crescendo. Yes, I adore food in all its glory, and appreciate (and most often envy) those who are able to create with food, those that have a vision and talent to elevate simple ingredients into succulent and devine morsels.

A video posted by Miyuki 👩 (@miyukiadachi) on

While visually feeding my foodie passion, I discovered Toronto pasta chef, Miyuki Adachi, on Instagram – as usual I’m a bit late to the party – over 58,000 of her followers have already enjoyed her drool-worthy photos and videos. Adachi’s pasta noodles definitely speak to her artistic side, showcasing beautifully colored strips, twists and curls in contrasting hues. She also makes unique shapes by pressing the pasta dough into carved surfaces to transfer the impression onto the noodle. As always, nothing like a few pictures and videos to see what we mean…get your bib on…

A video posted by Miyuki 👩 (@miyukiadachi) on

A video posted by Miyuki 👩 (@miyukiadachi) on

A video posted by Miyuki 👩 (@miyukiadachi) on

A video posted by Miyuki 👩 (@miyukiadachi) on

A video posted by Miyuki 👩 (@miyukiadachi) on