Did you ever have the art lessons in school where the teacher would tell you to scribble on a sheet of paper? And then when you were done, you had to color or draw on certain areas that looked like real creatures or objects?
I feel like that’s what is happening here. The latte art is clearly bad (there are multiple pages on that site, so click through to see more), but the drawings are pretty good!
I have no idea if the latte artist is actually trying to make good art or not. I know it’s difficult and it clearly takes time to learn. I hope that if he is, though, and he starts getting better, that he continues to share his mistakes anyway, hehe.
Traveling usually means eating a lot of fast food or sandwiches from a cooler, but some people get a lot more resourceful than that. Most times, you just need a source of heat and both the coffee maker and iron can provide that.
So of the most obvious techniques involve using the coffee maker to heat water for oatmeal or an iron for grilled cheese sandwiches. You can also fry eggs, cook bacon, prepare soft-boiled eggs, and even steam vegetables!
This wiki has a whole list of other foods you can try out in your hotel room, including Lemon Pepper Chicken in your coffee maker! Just make sure you clean out whatever small appliance you end up using so that the housekeeper doesn’t have to deal with your unique mess.
(Oh, and keep these in mind if you’re a college student living in the dorms. You may not be allowed an iron, but you’ll usually have access to a microwave as well.)
Actually, there are two bunnies in there.