For centuries, true believers have found the face of our savior hiding in their breakfast toast, or a carrot pulled from their garden, or any number of fruits, vegetables and various organic patterns in the world. So, it’s only natural that we might see the face of our president in the foods we consume every day.
If nothing else it’s a good diet motivator, right? Eating the face of the president is just downright rude, after all, if not outright nauseating.
Ashley Blom is a New Englander and haphazard foodie living in Austin, Texas. Her book, “How to Eat a Lobster” is coming from Quirk Books in 2017, and you can find her recipes and ramblings at forkingup.com
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Oranges: Let's start with the low-hanging fruit, as it were. It's a toss-up as to what comes to mind first when one thinks of the leader of the free world - his exquisite hairpiece, or the hue of Florida's favorite fruit. Orange, bumpy and full of pulp. Sounds about right.
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Cheetos: The second most popular orange food in the world? Cheetos. This one in particular could be the president's own shadow - the silhouette captures his posture quite perfectly. And, just like one shouldn't listen to too many speeches in one sitting lest you get a stomach ache at the craziness that is the world right now, we recommend keeping your Cheeto intake to a "sometimes snack."
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Chicken: It would appear that every stage of the chicken life cycle bears a striking resemblance to President Trump. From tiny baby chickens…
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To a fancy, full-grown chicken with a suspiciously similar hairdo.
Photo by Kathryn Yengel, CC-BY
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Even these raw, orange wings look like our dear President.
Photo by Michael Eccles, CC-BY
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Salmon nigiri: Maybe if China had their own homage to the President of the United States, as Japan clearly does with this salmon sushi, he might cut them more of a break. Unfortunately, he seems to have a one-track mind on the subject.
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Peanut butter: There are clearly a million puns we can make here. A cracker with a swoop of peanut butter is the perfect edible representation of our dear president. Add a dusting of orange powdered cheese and it'd be hard to tell the difference between this salty snack and our Commander in Chief.
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Lastly, some steak on fire, since that's how the Don likes it cooked.
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