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Creative Carving: Fruits and Vegetables

Creative Carving Fruits and Vegetables There is no dearth of cookery books overflowing the well stocked shelves of bookshops today but Creative Carving of Fruits and Vegetables is a book with a difference The author presents simple easy

There is no dearth of cookery books overflowing the well stocked shelves of bookshops today, but Creative Carving of Fruits and Vegetables is a book with a difference The author presents simple, easy to make, and highly attractive ways of carving fruits and vegetables for salads, garnishes, unusual and exotic dishes, light as air fruit based desserts, as well as table decThere is no dearth of cookery books overflowing the well stocked shelves of bookshops today, but Creative Carving of Fruits and Vegetables is a book with a difference The author presents simple, easy to make, and highly attractive ways of carving fruits and vegetables for salads, garnishes, unusual and exotic dishes, light as air fruit based desserts, as well as table decorations that will do any hostess proud The book is a boon for both amateur and accomplished cooks All that is needed to master the innovative and multihued fruit and vegetable creations is a little time and patience The gratifying results will add that finishing touch that separates a mundane meal from the spectacular Try them out and get compliments galore.

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  1. Kikky Sihota says:
    Kikky Sihota Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Creative Carving: Fruits and Vegetables book, this is one of the most wanted Kikky Sihota author readers around the world.

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  1. Stephen says:
    Kikky Sihota is probably a very nice person Her English is imperfect Her illustrations hard to follow Her ideas of what to carve from fruits and vegetables are kitschy, cutesy, and stuck somewhere in the 1950s One s culinary library would not be incomplete without this book Better you should read Sallie Y Williams, The Art of Presenting Food, New York HarperCollins, 1982, or perhaps Mickey Baskett, Gourmet Garnishes Creative ways to dress up your food, New York Sterling Publishing, 2006 or Chris [...]

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