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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 2, 2004

    Fun and Useful!

    There are plenty of tips and tricks for garnishing a platter or for serving fruits, salads, vegetables, or cold cuts that I will use for home entertaining. The step-by-step photographs and instructions make it easy to see just what you're getting into before you start, so you can pick something that suits your skill level and time available. It is fun to see the how-to steps for some elaborate centerpieces carved out of fruits and vegetables, even though I'm not apt to carve a swan out of a watermelon. This book is visually interesting as well as informative.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 7, 2005

    Food Art: Garnishing Made Easy

    Food Art; Garnishing Made Easy is for the cook that wants to acomplish beautiful food displays in only minutes. Food Art is a systematic approach to displaying all food products and a garnishing book. In the time spent in decorating those salads and platters an original artiscally displayed arrangement can easily be created in the same amount of time. NO more rolling deli meats or cubeing cheese by hand, get your local deli to do most of the work FREE. Food Art opens an entirely new approach to displaying food that will stimulate your imagination and astound your guests.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 25, 2004

    Food Art: Garnishing Made Easy

    Garnishing Food does not have to be tedious, difficult or time consuming, with the simple methods outlined in this book anyone who can slice a cucumber and cut a black olive in half can create fantastic artistically displayed delights from common everyday meals, The techniques were perfected after many years of work experienced research. There has never been a systematic approach to food display before.

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