Prudence Stait, an ordinary  London based woman, made herself an Extra ordinary woman in the field of Food Sculpting. See her Food Sculptures and Food Paintings.

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  • Re: Edible Art

    by » 6 years ago


    Edible art is very common these days, its just that the size and proportion vary. With the growing use of technology and connectivity with the market many home bakers have come to the foray and they are also creating amazing designer fondant cakes. Though the size is smaller than what Prudence is making. But definitely the work and creativity of Prudence also is worth appreciation.

     


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  • Re: Edible Art

    by » 6 years ago


    The child like enthusiasm to see what happens if a Chocolate is made with the portrait of Obama made prudence to create Edible Art. Prudence loves both Cooking and Painting. She was in a fix in the beginning whether to become a chef or an Artist. Because of er innovative trait, Prudence became both combined in one.


  • Re: Edible Art

    by » 6 years ago


    This is an amazing art.. With the advent of technology people are able to make use of their skills in various ways.

    lot of times I hav seen some chefs making edible arts out of vegetables and fruits. That's really creative.


  • Re: Edible Art

    by » 6 years ago


    we got to see edible art works on Party and special occasion made by an individual.Yes it is very common now a day and as well as famous, personally got mesmerized to see this kind of work, which pleases our eyes.


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  • Re: Edible Art

    by » 6 years ago


    yes. I too  have seen many chefs cutting amazing and  mind boggling shapes out of different Vegetables. In  Telugu, there  comes a Cooking programme, in which after the completion of the delicacy, the Chef cuts different  bird shapes, and flower shapes from Vegetables and dresses the delicacy with them. 


  • Re: Edible Art

    by » 6 years ago


    I think there should be a competition between all this kind of chief and should be broadcast on TV, isn't it, so that all the people of India can see that India has this kind of talent also.


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  • Re: Edible Art

    by » 6 years ago


    A good idea. Through competition, best of the creations would surface up. And the viewers can get an opportunity of seeing the Creative prowess in the Chefs.


  • Re: Edible Art

    by » 6 years ago


    How's this one? I had made this with my son for a competition in his school. We won second prize for this.

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  • Re: Edible Art

    by » 6 years ago


    Kalyani Nandurkar wrote:

    How's this one? I had made this with my son for a competition in his school. We won second prize for this.

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    wow... so beautiful and creative. great work. muscle.png


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  • Re: Edible Art

    by » 6 years ago


    @Divya thank you very much. Sorry the photo is quite distorted as I didn't check the size properly. This was my first attempt at salad decoration and food carving, so I think I did pretty well! blush.png


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