Create n Carve - Fruit and Vegetable Round-Up, September 2011

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I am excited to announce the entries for Create n Carve ~ Fruit and Vegetable Event, September 2011. I would like to say THANKS to all participants. Thank you for your interest, your support, creativity and willing to share your food crafts!

A special thanks to Karla Baumhover, a president of TempleOfThai for promoting the Event on Facebook pages.

I make the Round-Up post today because I will be out for a short trip to Japan. I am going to visit a big Carving Contest in Tokyo and learn carving art from the japanese teachers (read the trip report here). I will stay away of my blog from Sep 29 to Oct 6.

There are a few days left till the end of September. So you still have a chance to send me your fruit and vegetable crafts. I will add them to this page upon my arrival on the 6th of October, 2011. I accept any level  projects from beginers and advnaced artists. To learn something new visit my Fruit and Vegetable Carving Instructions and pick up a good knife.

Create n Carve ~ Fruit and Vegetable Round Up
September 2011

Sadaf Afshan
with nice fruit kebabs and a melon basket made for Ramadan with a help of her 4 years old daughter

Dave Scott
Dave is an owner of a, a website there you can share your recipes.
I think the Watermelon Shark would be a great dessert server for Halloween party.


Nayna is an originatior of the Create n Carve Event.
For making fruit and vegetable centerpieces Naya uses a knife only.

Another entry from Nayna

A recipe and a nice drink garnish

Jeffrey Screen (1ofakindwork)

A farm themed watermelon lantern with detaled instructions and pictures. Carved with a paring knife!


Amy's garnishes are simple and cute. 
Amy is the most active participant in September Event, has shared several fruit and vegetable projects.


A nice appitizer served as a flower bouquet


Healthy and nicely presented food


Amy has a lot of ideas and the Apple Penguin is one of them.
Instuction is inside.


Instruction is inside


Click the link to see all the fruit and vegetable arrangements made for Ganesh Festival.

That was the first attempt of Pradnya in fruit carving art.
First attempt, but made with love!

And a few entries from me

Selena Ze Arteest

Fruit and vegetable bouquets arranged in a tall vase.
Made for wedding party.

Selena Ze Arteest

Pictures from my class on watermelon carving

Selena Ze Arteest

A strange and atypical idea came to my mind...

Johnny English 
Leek Garnish

This is a joke. Love the movie and the final teaser with Johnny English cooking.

Rita Loccisano
A cute apple worm says Hello to you
How-to video is inside

Kazi Taslima Sayera,
a cooking trainer from Bangladesh
Vegetable Vessel
Carving is his hobby. He has no website yet.

Martina Jackson
Fruit Bouquet
Martina is a Facebook and blogger friend of mine. 
This bouquet was a first attempt for Martina to make an edible bouquet. 

All these entries were submitted to Create n Carve ~ Fruit and Vegetable Event, September 2011. The Round-up page is promoted at Facebook pages, food blogs communities, at Bloggersbase, BlogUpp, submitted to link parties and other news derictories that I use for my blog promotion.

If you want to share a fruit/vegetable creation, a dish/drink garnish or any project, feel free to send it to my email up to the end of September (read the details here). If you are not ready to participate in September 2011 Event, you are welcome to the next roundup (follow the Event updates at simplyfood events page).
Have a happy carving!


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