Saturday, 9 April 2011

Avocado Carving- Create and Carve


This decorative patten has been carved  on an  un ripe avacado it can be done on any hard fruit such as a melon or mango also. Not really a functional carving but it looks pretty when placed on a salad platter for garnishing.

Click here to get some interesting ideas and tutorial.
Carving and making garnishes from fruit and vegetable is a simple and  enjoyable hobby, it requires no special tools just a simple sharp paring knife and a video tutorial telling you how to do it.If you wish to have a go checkout the simple instructions here.



Submitting to:

Create n Carve ~ Fruit and Vegetable event hosted by simply.food.




You can buy carving books and tools by clicking on there amazon links.
















24 comments:

  1. Omg, marvellous craving..

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  2. Wow, wow, wow!!! You're such an artist! I wish I could carve like that!

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  3. wow! I've never seen anything like this- looks great!

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  4. wow wonderful carving !! Loved it !!

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  5. Very creative dear ;)

    Dear, you've been awarded! Pls stop by to collect from me ya! ;)

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  6. Wow! What a beautiful carving! Looks cute...

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  7. That's a beautiful carving...Lovely design...

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  8. omg this is too good!! how did u do it??

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  9. finally got the time to look at ur site...very interesting carving...could not take my eyes off the beautiful work...I would like to give it a try one day!!

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  10. excellent...looks soooo brilliant..wonderfully presented..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  11. Very beautiful carving, Looks awesome.

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  12. Awesome ! and congrats on your new domain :-)

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  13. Amazing art..very talented ...keep it up!

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  14. Wow beautiful carving & congarts on new domain..

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  15. Really creative!!! love it!

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  16. very beautiful carving!, kudos to your patience!, lovely clicks too...

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