Wednesday, April 10, 2013



Food decoration has since long been an art. It ranges from simple positioning of vegetables and fruits in varying themes to very elaborate food carvings with huge amounts of intricate detailing.  I am relatvely new to this exciting art form. Being very interested in learning new things, I have tried my hand with a few forays into the world of food decor.

Today I present my attempt at making a watermelon porcupine. The best part of the deal is that you can look at it for long if you like it or eat it up quickly, if you don't.

Watermelon can be served as part of a fruit platter after lunch, especially on a hot summer day. It is already cut up into bite-sized pieces and the porcupine's quills made up of toothpicks makes it easy for you to grab and eat!

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