Carve Fruit Centerpieces

How To : Carve fruit centerpieces

In this great video clip series our expert, Karen Weisman, shows us a few great centerpiece ideas that are easy to make without costing an arm and a leg. All you need are a few melons, some extra fruit and a little bit of time and you will have a delightful centerpiece that ac ...more

How To : Carve a watermelon baby stroller filled with fruit

This watermelon baby carriage is just waiting to get rolled into a baby shower! When traditional gifts like baby bibs and ginormous baskets of diapers and pacifiers won't cut it, this stroller is all that and then some. Carved out of a single piece of watermelon, the stroller ...more

How To : Carve a duck out of an apple

This is the video showing you how to carve an apple into a edible duck fruit carving! Fruit carving edible arrangements is very popular in Asia and now, weddings in America.

How To : Arrange centerpieces with candles and fresh ingre

Lifestyle expert Clinton Kelly takes the hassle out of centerpiece designing. This centerpiece basics video show you how to arrange centerpieces for parties or events using nontraditional items such as fruit, vegetables, or candles. Kelly shows different ways to display candl ...more

How To : Make a pumpkin flower vase

Emily and Martha carve a pumpkin flower vase. Pumpkins wear many hats this time of year, appearing in pies and soups as well as in centerpieces. Here's another use: Transform one into a colorful homemade vase. Make a pumpkin flower vase. Click through to watch this video on ma ...more

How To : Carve a watermelon basket

Using food as a platter or bowl to serve food in is a genius idea. Because once you're done digging into the fruit salad inside this watermelon, you can then eat the "bowl"! Well, maybe not the rind. But you get the point. Take a gander at this food tutorial to learn hwo to c ...more

How To : Carve a watermelon into a party centerpiece

What's the perfect party platter for summer? Watermelon. But you have to present this party centerpiece in a beautiful manner to impress your guests, and this video will show you how to turn a simple watermelon into a stunning centerpiece with just one simple but sharp paring ...more

How To : Carve a watermelon centerpiece

Handling a 15 pound watermelon is no easy task. This video offers a demonstration on how to create a beautiful centerpiece for your table using basic strategies and handling techniques on your watermelon. Peel the outer green layer of skin off the watermelon to expose the pal ...more

How To : Prepare sour power bomb pop fruit porcupine

Cool treats for the whole gang! You'll be the hit of any summer event with this adorable porcupine-shaped fruit centerpiece. A watermelon, lemon, cantaloupe and grapes make the shape of this cute critter's body and the quills are brightly-colored Sour Power Bomb Pops. Watch th ...more

How To : Carve a papaya in a flower design

In this video, we learn how to carve a papaya flower design. To start, you will want to take a sharp object and outline the drawing you want to make. Carve this onto the papaya, then remove the skin as you are making different shapes. If you want to do a large flower design, c ...more

How To : Carve a mango creatively

In this video, we learn how to carve a mango creatively. First, cut small circle in the middle of the side on the mango. Next, cut out circles around the middle to make a cute flower shape! Make sure you take the middle peel out so you can see the yellow of the mango show thro ...more

How To : Make a Thanksgiving cornucopia

Latin for "horn of plenty," a cornucopia makes a colorful centerpiece for holiday meals. You Will Need * A large tray or cookie sheet * Assorted leaves (real or fabric) * A 2-foot-long wicker cornucopia (available at most craft stores) * 3 eight-ounce bags of raffia or straw * ...more

How To : Organize your kitchen

Learn how to organize your kitchen. You might cook more if your kitchen weren’t so cluttered. Okay, maybe not. But, still—wouldn’t it be nice to have an organized cooking space? You Will Need * An ability to part with things you don’t need * Baskets * Compartmentalized draw ...more

Scrabble Bingo of the Day : CUCURBIT

CUCURBIT n pl. -S a gourd 64 points (14 points without the bingo) Halloween is just around the corner, and by now most of you have already picked up a CUCURBIT to gut and carve scary faces into. Yes, that jack-o-lantern decorating your doorstep for all of the trick-or-treate ...more

How To : Lose Weight After Pregnancy

During pregnancy, women will end up carrying a good amount of extra weight. While a third of the weight gained will come from the baby, the other two thirds come from the changes that happen in your body while you're pregnant. Losing this extra weight can prove to be difficul ...more

How To : Carve Polyhedral Pumpkins

Halloween is coming up, so many of you may have a need or desire to carve a pumpkin and turn it into a Jack O' Lantern. This week we are going to explore carving our pumpkins into interesting geometric shapes. In this post, we will carve the pumpkins into spherical versions of ...more

How To : Eat for maximum energy

Candy bars are tasty but all they do is spike your blood-sugar momentarily leaving you with and energy crash. For high, sustained energy you will need a balanced diet full of complex carbohydrate and protein. Skip the energy drinks and extra large lattes and follow these simp ...more

How To : No Knife? Use Your Credit Card to Cut Food Instead

Believe it or not, you can put your money to use very efficiently in a new way: your credit or debit card can serve as a blade in desperate situations. (It might even be handier than dental floss as a brilliant substitution for specialized kitchen tools.) While I wouldn't take ...more

How To : Carve a Tasty Watermelon Brain for Halloween

Brains? If you've ever played Plants vs. Zombies, then you already know that brains are a delightful treat for our undead brethren. For those of us still living, we can still indulge in some brain-related dining for Halloween next week. If you're holding a dinner party or just ...more

How To : 6 Watermelon Hacks You Have to Try This Summer

Watermelon is the perfect snack for hot temperatures. It's hydrating, crisp, and refreshing, especially when it's chilled. Yet some people aren't content with leaving a good thing alone, which has given us many watermelon-based innovations, some great (vodka-filled watermelons ...more

News : Tiny Food-Based Works of Art to Drool Over

I don't know about you, but visions of pumpkin pie and cornbread stuffing and big, juicy turkeys are constantly dancing through my head right now. I'm sorry, healthy eating habits, but it's Thanksgiving week, and all I can do is think about food. Although I can't wait to fill ...more

How To : More Food Hacks from Our Facebook Fans

We always want to find more ways to help brilliantly lazy cooks make great-tasting food and save money and time in the process. Luckily, our Facebook fans are invaluable sources of information when it comes to getting cool tips, behind-the-scenes info, and more. We've already ...more

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