Would you pit yourself against these canapé creations?
You might think you're an adventurous cook, but you don't know true culinary creativity until you've carved a tiny creature out of your afternoon snack.
Olive you, people of the internet.
Like all the best lunches, this is simple, tasty and just the right side of terrifying.
Pretty much 'Olive Art 101', these salty little mozzarella fellas have waddled across many a Pinterest board and party plate. Just don't leave them next to the oven, or you'll end up with (Pin)goo.
Once you've mastered the olive penguin, it's time to graduate on to these creepy-crawly olive spiders. Perfect for Halloween, kids' parties or in-laws you don't like very much.
Olive penguin crackers
Are your olive penguins looking more sinister than salty-sweet? Try this easier 'lying-down' variation and pretend they've just watched a plane fly overhead.
Do you know what's easier than painstakingly gluing bits of olive together with a piping bag full of cheese? Arranging a heap on a plate and calling it a day!
Sorry, a panda. Calling it a panda.
Tomato and olive ladybirds
Why should olives have all the fun? Get the baby toms involved! The kids will rue the day they ever called your caprese salad starter 'boring'.
"Pass the cheesy bees please!" you'll say, and it'll be totally worth the hour you've spent assembling them.
Olive and feta flag
It's not just bloggers who've embraced the creative potential of the humble kalamata. Ad agency WHYBIN/TBWA created this beauty for the Sydney International Food Festival, proving that Greece really is the word.
Olive owls! The pinnacle of appetiser art as we know it.
You won't be able to stop at one or twooo.