Sunday, November 25, 2012

Vegetable and Fruit Carvings By Chef Francisco Vita

Vegetable and Fruit Carvings By Chef Francisco Vita

Continuing on my constant endeavour to publish and promote the wonderful work of Art of Vegetable and Fruit Catvings by various artists, I am privileged to publish the work created by my dear Friend Chef FranciscoVita. There is so much wonderful work that Chef FranciscoVita has done which you can also see on his site but I thought of posting some the best work he has done on this blog here. I will give you the links of the places where you can see more of his work, but for now enjoy the exquisite work created by Chef Francisco Vita.

At first let us have a brief overview of the Chef Francisco Vita's Profile!
Chef's Profile

Chef Francisco Vita:  Great grand son of Italian immigrant Giuseppe Vita, one of the founders of the industry "Guarana Fratelli Vita" in Pernambuco and Bahia, Brazil.

He has Abdicated 15 years ago of a successful career as Director in a international corporate to engage and developing exclusively his talent, becoming a Chef de Cuisine.

Here he offers only his facet of sculptor. He had the first contact with this food carving art in 2004 on his season working on ships cruises where he has closely observed the performance of some of the great masters of Asia.

About his work:
If you want to turn your party into something unforgettable
 surprising everyone with sculptures and Bouquets in high standard
 engage the Chef and he will come to you.
 We develop our work throughout Brazil and abroad.
While I take you through some of his work of art on various Vegetables, Fruits and even sculptures.


I am now eagerly waiting to publish some of his best work of carvings and leave it to you to visit his site and see more of his fantastic work. I am sure that you will be stunned by his work and stay glued to the site for long. Here are some of his best works which I personally liked. At present I will publish only some of the images in each category and rest you can see on the site itself where there are hundreds of images of his exquisite work.

I am sure you will have loved these images and are wanting to see more. Yes you can! I have given all the information about Chef Francisco Vitas' Profile and contact information here so you can browse through his site, or contact him personally. 

Let us also see what he has to offer and how you can contact him. 
You can catch up with Chef Francisco Vita at his site - 

At the site he mentions:  
We bring to you a little of this Milenar Thai-Art of Fruits and Vegetables Carving.
You can surprise your guests in many kinds of events like Weddings,
Graduations parties, Corporate parties and everything else according your creativity.
Please check their availability. 

Meet him an see his work 

On Facebook at - Francisco Vita

He is also available a

Chef Francisco Vita.

Skype: francisco.neto94   

I am sure that you will love this work of art created by Chef Francisco Vita. 

Keep a watch for more information about other such great Artists! Have a great time!

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

My Vegetable And Fruit Carving Facebook Page

My Vegetable And Fruit Carving Facebook Page

I thank all my Friends, readers, and patrons for their continued support, motivation, guidance, which has prompted me to create this page not only for all readers but specially for those fans and readers on Facebook who were a special source of inspiration for me to take up this wonderful Art of Vegetable and Fruit carving as a topic for my Blog as well as learn it myself and my daughter Mansi who also has taken a liking for this wonderful art.

Besides my Blog you can now catch all latest updates and also share more information about this art on this Facebook page at 

I will continue to post the best of the inforamtion on my Blog as well as keep you updated on the Facebook Page as well. You may also follow me on Twitter here....


Keep a watch for some great new posts coming up!

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Apple Swan Created by Mansi Kate

Apple Swan Created by Mansi Kate

I would once again like to thank all the wonderful Vegetable and Fruit carving Artists from whom we get inspired to do Carvings ourself. In my post some time earlier, I have to thank Nitda Phongcharern especially for the wonderful tool set she had presented me for the the Post I had published regarding her work on this blog. This tool set was the key to the motivation my daughter Mansi Kate (13 years old) got from constantly reading about and watching the videos of all you wonderful artists. If you wish you can read about this post at -Thank You Nitda Phongcharern and All Vegetable and Fruit Carving Artists She slowly started practising along with me and slowly picked up the art. Though she is a novice in this art, her dedication and liking for the carving art lead her to try out various other simple carvings like Carrot, Tomato, and cucumber which I have already published earlier. For those who have not seen them you can still see the carvings at this post -Vegetable Carving display by Mansi Kate. 

Further motivated by the work of art displayed by so many of the artists, she tried her hand at Fruit carving recently, after carefully and dilligently watching carving videos of various artists. Finally she got her hand on an Apple from which she created a Swan. I have posted the Apple Swan created by her which she did in one stroke, without any practise. Though it took her some time I am proud that she could create such a nice carving especially being her first Fruit Carving. Here is one of them.

As you will see her enthusiasm prompted her to experiment with two different colors of Apples, the Green Apple, and a Dark Red Apple which stands out in contrast. I am aware that this is a very simple carving as compared to the work of carving by expert carvers worldwide, but I have posted it here to motivate her further, as well as thank all those artists whose inspiration has led her to do this art.


I am sure she will learn from you all and create better carvings which we are already in the process of planning to display very soon. so keep a watch for our next set of Vegetable and Fruit carvings which is going to be surprise and a joint effort by me and Mansi together. Hope you all like it!

Chuncarve "Fruit Stylist" Warunee Tintamusik

Chuncarve "Fruit Stylist" - Warunee Tintamusik
Here is a fantastic Vegetable and Fruit carving artist and Instructor -Warunee Tintamusik - who has more than 15 years of experience and having won multiple awards at the Texas Culinary Salon Show at Dallas Convention Centers in 1990, the secrets of her more advanced techniques, designs, and unique styles will finally be revealed in this collection of videos, and information about her and her work. I have been following her work and videos for a long time and finally thought of writing about her and also promoting her work and videos on my Blog as is my privilege to do so for the so many fantastic artists like her who work wonders with their hands and create magic with Vegetables and Fruits. This is a small efort to salute her work!

Before I go on to publish some of her videos I would like to inform all my readers who may be already knowing her that you can get more information about her and her work. As she rightly mentions on her site and I quote - 

"Welcome to Chuncarve is the phrase used when referring to the Thai Culinary Art of Fruit and Vegetable Carving.

   Chuncarve slogan is “Fruit Stylist”. It because I create a beautiful design, style and reconstruct the art of food which I'm specialize in fruits and vegetables carving following the traditional Thai method of skill that has been originated practiced in the Royal Thai courts for centuries. "

 You can get more information from her site where she says -  “Chuncarve” is a place with a special purpose:
our purpose is to sell fruit carving DVD, fruit carving and garnishing tools for affordable price. 

Her site is a treat to watch with the exquisite carvings she has displayed along with DVD Lessons and Tools sets available on the site.

Click here to see her profile at 

or Follow her on Twitter at -

 I will not waste any more time in writing about her as her work will speak for herself which you can see in this short introduction video which I have published here to give you a teaser or so about her work. You can see more of her videos at her Channel - I can assure you that you will not stop watching her fantastic videos, which I am going to publish on my other blog soon.

Here is a few wonderful videos to start with which I liked very much!

Chuncarve Holiday Garnish.....where she has created these colorful carvings for this year holiday garnish ideas for anyone that looking for table garnish to greet your family and friends, enjoy her collection that she put together for you this year. Truly an exquisite collection.


 Chuncarve Fruit Platter

Chuncarve-Fruit Platter part 2 
I now leave it to all my wonderful readers and patrons to enjoy the wonderful work of art of Chuncarve "Fruit Stylist" Warunee Tintamusik.

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Vegetable and Fruit Carving Books and Guides

Vegetable and Fruit Carving Books and Guides

Hi Friends, back after a long time. Appologise for the long wait, but will be up with some great posts and offers for you all!

This time I have come with a host of fantastic Products offers which I am sure will leave you all asking for more. In my first post I am bringing to you some great Vegetable and Fruit Carving Books, Guides, and VCD offered by the best in the class. My next posts would cover other items like Vegetable and Fruit Carving Tools etc. So keep a watch for the best to come!...Without much ado here are some of the best......

 "Fruit and Vegetable Carving: Food Craft at Your Fingertips" is a treasure trove of unusual ideas for vegetable garnishes, with step-by-step instructions on how to make them. Within the shape of a cucumber the author visualizes a boat, a bird or a lily and shows you how to reveal that shape. All you need is a small, sharp knife - no fancy equipment is required.Let's Have a Party offers recipes presented with a flair - a Peacock, crafted from carrots and spring onions, flaunts the Pinwheel Sandwiches in his tail - a feast for the eyes as well as the taste buds.In Vegetable Sculpture onions are reborn as Chrysanthemums; Swans fly out of radishes and Goldfish emerge from carrots. There are Coconut Palms and Carts - but most of all, there is inspiration to let your own imagination take over.Table Celebrations transform your table with lively tableaux - an apple-red Santa sits on a Reindeer-drawn pumpkin Sleigh for Christmas, waving to a jolly turnip Snowman...Snow White in a cabbage leaf skirt, with her loyal Seven Dwarfs, gather in front of their charming cucumber Cottage...Chinatown introduces the elegant Corn Doll who is Entertained by three Musicians with a banjo, trumpet and drum, near a Pagoda that is Intricately sculpted from a single carrot. Create a stamp of distinction, an aura of excitement, a mood of mellowness...Strike magic on your table and turn your next party into an unforgettable event.
A professional chef shares his secrets for creating exciting, attractive garnishes and food sculptures. Covers all aspects of formal food presentation, including how to draw, sculpt and build with fruit and vegetables, lay out a buffet table, arrange food on platters, chocolate artistry and more. Full-color photographs.

Complete fruit carving guide!

A complete fully illustrated guild on fruit carvings which covers -

Introduction,History,How to get started ,How long to get the expertise ,Instructions ,Thai Carving ,Patterns ,Watermelon Carving ,Watermelon Baby Buggy ,Watermelon Basketball ,Watermelon Swan ,Watermelon Whale ,Watermelon Ship ,Apple Leaf ,Carving a Green Mango ,Pineapple Butterflies ,Watermelon Smileys ,Romantic Watermelon ,Fruit Bouquet ,Watermelon Flower Garden ,Water Lilies ,Apple Carving ,Apple Design ,Chunks of Pineapple ,Carving Baby Pineapples ,Carving Papaya Leaves ,Carving Papaya Flowers and Leaf ,Carving Little Butterflies ,Carving Water Lilies from Papaya ,Carving Cantaloupe Green Rose ,Carving Styling Lotus from Cantaloupe ,Carving Cantaloupe Flower ,Carving Cantaloupe Dahlia ,Carving Cantaloupe Sunshine Flower ,Carving Cantaloupe Sunflower ,Carving Cotton Rose on Guavas ,Carving Guava Blossoms ,Carving Guava Bowl ,Carving Rose Apple Blossom ,Carving Tulips from Rose Apples ,Carving Mango Flower ,Carving Mango Dahlias ,Carving White Marigolds from Green Mango ,Carving Leafy Mangoes ,Fruit Carving Knife ,Decorating Knife ,Garnishing Tools ,Carving Knife ,Flexible Carving Knife and much more...!

Japanese cuisine is renowned for the beauty of its presentation. Among the key elements in this presentation style are mukimono--the decorative garnishes and carvings that add the final flourish to a dish. It might be a carrot round in the shape of a plum blossom. Or a scattering of cherry blossoms plucked from a radish. Perhaps a swallow, a butterfly, a ginkgo leaf or a cluster of pine needles. Whatever the motif, it will have been created to delight the eye and the palate with its shape, color, and taste.

The Decorative Art of Japanese Food Carving, internationally acclaimed chef Hiroshi Nagashima offers 60 edible garnishes and food carvings for home, party or professional use. Some are designed to be set on top of the food. Others are fashioned to hold the food--and sometimes, they simply are the food.

Each is introduced in full color, with easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions, sample food arrangements, further ideas and secret, insider tips for successful presentation. Most are simple enough for the amateur chef to master, although a few are quite challenging and require much practice. Nagashima's instructions rely on household utensils found in a typical American kitchen--from knives to peelers to cookie cutters--and use familiar, easily attainable ingredients.
The Decorative Art of Japanese Food Carving is more than a practical handbook, however. It is also an inspiration book, filled with creative suggestions and inventive ideas to enhance and transform the way we cook.

More Books and guides to come for you soon! Keep a Watch for the best to come!