Sweet Meat Desserts: So Beautiful, So Bloody, So Bucket of Animal Grease

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Sure, bacon is considered "meat candy," we're all comfortable with that, but Austrian artist and photographer Jasmin Schuller has taken the "meat as sweets" concept one step farther -- waaaaay farther.

Using ingredients such as meat scraps, blood, raw meat, and a bucket of animal grease, Schuller, for her series called "Sweet Meat," painstakingly created desserts that may look delectable, but aren't at all what they seem.

For example, the ice-cream sundae (above) is made from various minced meats, then covered in grease cream and topped with a "cherry" carved from a pig's heart. The syrup is blood.

To see more of Schuller's "Sweet Meat" series, follow the jump.

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