In the minutes it takes us to devour our favorite meal, we rarely think about the time it took to produce such a delicious creation. The diligence it takes to create a pizza from scratch and the patience and artistic skill required to dress a four-tier wedding cake is more of a craft than we think. But what about replicating the same foods, down to every last detail, on a scale so small that the final product could sit comfortably on a fingertip?

Artists like Sk_, ToothFairy and Snowfern on Flickr are experts at much tinier versions of almost any food imaginable. Unfortunately, the scrumptious looking minifoods are not edible; they're made from a polymer clay called Fimo. These porcelain creations are meticulously crafted to look as real as possible, down to every last strawberry seed and glistening donut.