Most artists wouldn’t give up their paint, clay, or bronze in favor of root vegetables, citrus fruit, or almond paste. But the world is filled with creatives crafting mind-blowing works of art with food as their medium. In Oaxaca, Mexico, knife-wielding artisans carve radishes into everything from cars to classical statues. In Menton, France, townsfolk create towering, technicolor floats out of lemons and oranges. And in Szentendre, Hungary, a museum showcases life-sized figures, from Princess Diana to Mickey Mouse, all made from marzipan. These 10 food-focused museums and festivals show that, sometimes, the best feasts are reserved for the eyes.