Dominique Ansel Turned Churros Into an Impossible Interlocking Puzzle
The popular street snack has been transformed from its typical cylindrical shape at Dominique Ansel Japan. The Churro Duo consists of two 3-D interlocking pyramids. And it looks delicious.
Produced by Lizzy Halberstadt.
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