2010/08/18

Gifts for Ira- Italian salami & Parma Ham



A very quick update since July!
We had some guests from Taiwan and Singapore two weeks ago and last week I decided to travel in a tearing hurry to Bordeaux, which is a port city on the Garonne River in southwest France cause my husband left again for US for 10 days.




So these three days I was busy some cute gift for Ira @
Merry Jingle Craft. Ira told me she was fond of Itlian food and I'd love to make some salamis and dry ham for her Toscana House.


It was so fun to make the meat. After I finished the Parma Ham and left them on the messy table, my husband and me look to each other and grinned. They come out so cute and this makes me more confident to make different food in the future.


Dearest Ira, hope you will also laugh when you see them in person!

It's time to cook again! I'd love to have more vegetable now cause I have ever had too much mini meat these days. ^_<>

12 comments:

Nina said...

Hm, very good. Ira will enjoy.
Nina

cockerina said...

OH!! I'm hungry!!!
good, very good!!
lucky Ira!!

Clara said...

¡Que bien te ha salido esta carne! Entiendo que ahora necesites verduras y un yogur:)
Besos Clara.

Susan said...

Wonderful! I specially think the ham is real!!

Catherine said...

They are beautiful! She will be so happy. They are just perfect for her house. I love that tiny ribbon you added! I think those are Italy's flag colors.

Patty said...

They are so wonderful! The ribbon does set it off. Your salami is incredible and so real! So glad to see you posting again! I was beginning to think that you had one long Anniversary!!!! LOL

Linda Carswell said...

Such outstanding work! I think they shall be very welcomed gifts.

Laura said...

the section of meat are very true~~
very nice~~

Christel Jensen said...

I know I have said it before but you have a GREAT talent. It is just superb:)

Ascension said...

Eres una gran artesana!!!
Te ha quedado todo de lo mas real, enhorabuena.
besitos ascension

Minnie Kitchen said...

wow! looks delish!

miniaturista said...

Que embutidos tan apetecibles, ummm
Abrazos
Maite

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