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Cheshire Cat carved from diakon radish

Alice in Wonderland Theme for Tim Tebow “Night To Shine” Prom

One of my customers, Deborah Cheeseman created a beautiful and creative Alice in Wonderland theme carving display for her local “Night to Shine ” Event at her Church. What is A Night to Shine? “A Night to Shine” is the name of a wonderful prom event for people with special needs. The Tim Tebow Foundation […]

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Happy prize winning chefs at the 2012 Culinary Olympics

2016 Culinary Olympics (IKA) in Erfurt Germany

The 2016 Culinary Olympics (also known as the Internationale Kochkunst Ausstellung or IKA) will be taking place Oct 22nd to Oct 25th. Every 4 years, since 1896, chefs from around the world get together in Erfurt Germany to demonstrate some of the best and most beautiful cuisine. Forty national teams, twenty military teams, dozens of […]

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ornamental orange peel face

Ornamental Orange Peeling in 1905

One of my blog readers, Brenda Joyce e sent me these old photos of ornamental orange peeling. Although fruit carving has been around for hundreds, if not thousands, of years in Asia, these are the oldest photos I’ve seen. This article on ornamental orange peeling was published in a 1905 edition of American Home and […]

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Pattern Transfer Paper versus Pattern Transfer Fabric

Pattern Transfer Paper versus Pattern Transfer Fabric

Both the transfer pattern paper and the pattern transfer fabric make transferring pumpkin carving patterns and watermelon carving patterns faster, easier and more accurate than other pattern transfer methods. How do the Pattern Transfer Paper and Pattern Transfer Fabric differ? That is what this article and this video are about. We introduced the Pattern Transfer […]

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Fruit Tray with Melon lotus bowl

Fruit and Vegetable Carvings by Student Allan Jarvis

This blog post features the lovely fruit and vegetable carvings of one of my student/customers, Allan Jarvis. Allan is in Queensland, Australia. In one of Allan’s first emails to me he told me that he was introduced to fruit and vegetable carving many years ago in Thailand but had not done too much until recently. […]

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