I had a blast a few weeks back learning how to Carve Fruit for a Beautiful Display from my good friend and holistic healer Tom Heintz. I love learning and I thrive to stay open to new things so when Tom came to Los Angeles, he offered to teach me a few of his old culinary tricks and I graceful accepted his offer. Carving Fruit into beautiful pieces of art was a Blast!
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Tom Heintz is a very sought after holistic healer but coincidently, he’s a retired chef. So what do I do….I put him to work in the kitchen. Tom was here working with clients and I ask him to show me his former speciality carving fruits and vegetables to look like flowers. Tom showed me how to carve kiwis, lemons, limes, pineapple, watermelon, onion, celery and miniature peppers, then we made an awesome display for our guests.
The art of food and fruit carving is really mesmerizing. Fruit sculptures have become inevitable decorations at parties, while the list of fruits suitable for carving includes melons, oranges, apples, pineapples, and many other fruits that have an interesting texture or color. If you’re interested in fruit carving, take a look at these simple and easy ideas to begin with. If you want to really dig deep and learn how to crave fruit and vegetables there are endless videos on youtube.
I have to admit, I’m not sure it I have the patience to carve such magnificent displays for all my parties but at the very least I feel confident that if I want or need to carve a few fruits or veggies then I at least have a few skills to get the job done.
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Ali in the Valley