Monday, May 3, 2010

Carve a Craved Water melon

Crave a carved water melon,
Carve a craved water melon,
Carve a craved water melon for a craved job in a craved country.

I was never good in tongue twisters.

I was watching a documentary on New Zealand's recruitment of Thai Chef. The chefs had to do a fruit and vegetable carving presentation. Once I was in Bangkok, and was staying at the Bangkok, Dusit Thani hotel. My girls and I were admiring the vegetables presented in such a beautiful way.

This photo was taken last Year during the Thai King Bhumibol Adulyade's birthday. There was a display of fruits and vegetables so beautiful that you feel sorry to ruin it by eating.


Ana said...

how interesting! The art of carving fruit and vegetable is so amazing.

Ann, I hope you don't mind me saying this but there is a big box with blue borders now blocking the view to your text and photos. When I first visit it was ok to read your post but now this box is on the way. I'm afraid to click on it in case it's a virus or something? Do you see it as well?

Maia T said...

It's very beautiful indeed, I would keep in just as a decoration if it were possible.

Reading the comment from above, I want to say that I visited your other blogs too, but there is a big pop-up from a game, so I had to leave the blog.

Joy @ Joy Of Desserts said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog for Ruby Tuesday.
I see we did think alike this week with watermelons. :-)

Baby Rocket Dog and Hootie said...

That is a beautiful melon, Ann! How cool that you actually got to see it in person. My photos were taken from the net.