Why Can't I Eat Goulash in a Gallery?

Or mutton in a museum? No, this is not from a Dr. Seuss book. It's my new post about pairing art with food. The right kind of food or drink would make the art viewing experience more fun, more yummy, more multi-sensory, and - quite simply - more awesome. Let's try some combinations... I know, I'm a mad scientist. {ART} Top and above: Frozen Lake Art on Lake Baikal in Siberia by Jim Denevan. This takes playing in the snow to a whole new level.

{FOOD} This delicious Spanish treat shares an uncanny resemblance to Jim Denevan's frozen lake art. This is totes what his art would bake if it had an oven. Polvorones Sevillanos aka cinnamon cookies dusted with powdered sugar.

{DRINK} Just looking at that frozen lake art makes me want to put on my boots (that may or may not rhyme with shmuggs), wrap up in a blanket, and drink this: salted caramel vodka hot chocolate... need I say more?