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In each of the following articles, you will find fun videos. Some will make you laugh and some will whisk you away to far away cultures. There are videos about interesting and unusual arts other than fruit and vegetable carving, too. You’ll find videos from the silly to the sublime. Have fun browsing.


Gelato Rose in Budapest

A couple of weeks ago my husband and I were vacationing and stumbled across a Gelarto Rose shop in Budapest while exploring the square surrounding St Stephan’s Basilica. ( The line was out the door for these eye-catching sweet treats. The employees of the shop hand form, one by one, gelato cones in the shape […]

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1 year old watermelon

1 Year Old Watermelon

Have you ever seen a 1 year old watermelon? About a year ago I bought some watermelons in preparation for a TV appearance on Hallmark Channel’s Home and Family Show. One of the watermelons sat unused for a couple of months. I ended up keeping it just to see what happened. It lasted close to one […]

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Banana Art

Who knew a banana peel and a safety pin is all it takes to create amazing works of Banana Art? We were amazed when we discovered these incredible carved portraits by graphic artist and illustrator, Honey. She’s created amazing recreations of iconic photos, including this James Dean illustration on the right. But there’s more to […]

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Disney Princess pancakes

Pancake Art – How to make fun art for breakfast

I’ve featured a lot of unique forms of food art on this blog and when I saw Nathan Shield’s pancake art on YouTube, I knew I had to showcase his special talent as well. While pancakes are simply a breakfast food to most people, Nathan manages to turn them into incredible works of art. Nathan began experimenting with pancake art […]

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Salt Art – Another creative food art

Prepare to be amazed by the wonders of Bashir Sultani’s amazing salt art. This Afghan-born artist uses simple tools, such as a razor and q-tips, to maneuver the grains of salt into portraits of celebrities on a black background. Just as I shared photos of spectacular Latte Art by Mike Breach a couple months ago, I wanted to […]

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