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Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Don't Play With Your Food!!! Remember Hearing That??



Well, how about these???  Pretty artful playing, huh??  How about these for new bikes!!

15 comments:

José Mendonça said...

It was in Thailand that I've seen the most amazing creations made of fruit. These are very cool.

Margie's Musings said...

Very funny! And also pretty.

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Oh my gosh - now I want to go in the kitchen and play!!! YAM xx

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Incredible creativity on these. That last piece with the fruit is my favorite.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Well somebody wasn't listening Sylvia :) How adorable is the broccoli poodle :)

Lois said...

Very creative! I love the broccoli and cauliflower dogs.

TexWisGirl said...

just awesome! love the turtle and the fish!

Lowell said...

Too funny. I've always played with my food. These days I take a tall glass, fill it with ice cubes, a few ounces of Vodka, some tonic water, a lemon, some red juice - looks like V-8, a celery stick, and an umbrella.

Hey, it really is a lot of fun. And the more of these I play with, the more fun I have! :)

NatureFootstep said...

wow, that is how food should be done :) So creative and probably tasty too. :)

Pat Tillett said...

I can't believe how artistic some people are. I can't even think of things like this, much less create them. Great post Sylvia!

magiceye said...

Done so well! Wont have the heart to eat them though!

Karen said...

How cool! Maybe I can get Beep to eat those broccoli and cauliflower poodles!

Sridharan Srinivasan said...

Pretty cool..!

Stewart M said...

The vegetable dogs made me laugh!

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

jabblog said...

Very talented - makes my salads look quite mundane!

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