Monday, January 18, 2010

Snack time


~ Snake ( Snack) Time ~

During my last visit to a nearby bookshop , I picked
up a wonderful story book- 'Stories from Panchtantra'
for my daughter. Very popular through out India -
Panchtantra is the one of the oldest collection of Indian
fables surviving today ( written in 200 B.C.), each of the
story has a moral that continues to be relevant till this day !!
I got inspiration for this food art while reading out a snake
story to my daughter yesterday ..


Snake in the garden

Baguettes ( hot dog buns ), lettuce , olives, tomato



The tale of Two Snakes

Kiwis , olive, corn




27 comments:

  1. nice way to get kids excited abt stories! :)

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  2. smita both look very cute and artistic.kudos to u for ur lovely art with fruits and veggies with beautiful decorations.

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  3. Awww so cute !! such lovely snakes .

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  4. Thats so cute both are awesome...

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  5. I love love love those kiwi snakes! :)

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  6. Love the kiwi snake. Your food displays look so tasty.

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  7. Thats so nice and creative...thanks for dropping by smitha ,hope to c u again...

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  8. Nice way to make the kids eat those Kiwis

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  9. That is so beautiful and very creative !
    First time here and I am just so amazed by all the great food art and food presentations you have made on this site, awesome :-)

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  10. Your entry for the arsty-craftsy is up at http://mindfull-meanderings.blogspot.com/2010/01/artsy-craftsy-jan2010.html . Do cast ur vote and ask ur friends to vote too! :)
    Best of luck.

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  11. OOps! sorry, but can u plsssss cast ur vote again?? This time I created a poll widget in my sidebar. Thanks.

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  12. First time here. Saw your entry at the artsy craftsy challenge. LOVED the xmas card. Amazingly creative. and now I ve fallen in love with this blog too. I voted for you! :) If its ok, I would like to link your blog at indianmommies.blogspot.com.

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  13. oops. sorry about the mix up. Do you have a link for Carol peters blog?

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  14. WOw Kiwi snakes look superb! New to your blog. Do drop by padhuskitchen when time permits

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  15. The best food blog i've seen till today !!! The works are so pretty , i appreciate your patience n creativity ...

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  16. Wonderful creativity. Especially the second one is too good. Do visit my blog when time permits.http://shanthisthaligai.blogspot.com/

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  17. Just chanced upon your blog; loved your posts and creations!

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  18. Thanks for liking my creations buddies , all ur comments motivate me to create more !!!

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  19. howdy
    great to know about u. i read about you in the newspapers in london & proud to see about you in the papers. Its a good thinking about kids & sounds interesting. great work.

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