Links We Love: Edible Pantone, Dim Sum in Hong Kong, and More

A look at what we're reading, cooking, and clicking this week.

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• Dining and ditching is no new phenomenon, but BASE jumping from the second-tallest building in Melbourne to skip out on the check brings the practice to, ahem, new heights. Eater Nat'l

Pictured: In the latest twist on the old palate/palette pun, a French blogger was so inspired by the iconic Pantone color chips that she made tarts to match. Griottes

• Dining in Hong Kong has come to be virtually synonymous with finding the city's best dim sum. From small and intimate hole-in-the-wall to luxurious hotel restaurants, there's no shortage of miniature options. Wall Street Journal

• Condensed milk ice cream is definitely something we can get behind, especially with some espresso-kicked caramel helping achieve perfect balance of sweet and savory. Seven Spoons

• From sweet to savory to all-out strange, pies all around the world are equal parts inspiring, entertaining, and baffling. (A pork wedding pie is far from conventional, but we're intrigued). Gourmet Live
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• There's something quite wonderful about eating alone — as Jay Rayner puts it, it means you're always cooking for someone you love. UK Guardian