Making Small Bites Even Smaller

Carolyn Eiche's Italian dinner can fit in the palm of your hand.

hide captionCarolyn Eiche's "Italian dinner" can fit in the palm of your hand.

Carolyn Eiche

The world-renowned chefs and bakers of the "tiny" food world spend countless hours making tiny meals. And you can't even eat them. In our series on hobbies, Robert Smith looks at cuisine through a magnifying glass.

It all started with people who spend their spare time creating small worlds in ships or railroads or dollhouses — complete down to the teeny-weeny food on the itty-bitty tables.

One New York City perfectionist has dedicated her life to serving up the miniature food.

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