2011/05/17

Return from market: Artichokes & Kiwis

It seems the mini chef has taken a long break but in fact she was busy arranging the house and is waiting for her parents’ arrival.


 



She has also brought some fresh spring vegetables, meat, fishes and fruits from the market. Let’s see some good food for the next!


 Have a very nice and lovely week, my friends!

31 comments:

Andrea Thieck said...

There look WONDERFUL! Great Job.
Andrea

otterine said...

Your fruit and vegetables are always so realistic ... they make me hungry!!! :D

Catherine said...

Peiwen...Those artichokes are just beautiful!!!!!!!!!! I love them. I have never seen anyone do those before. They are my favorite dinner. lol

Katrina said...

All look so wonderful and real. How you can do so realistic!!!.
Regards Kati

Patty said...

Peiwen, They are both amazing and so realistic! Have a wonderful visit with your parents!

Fabiola said...

They are fantastic!
Bye Faby

Lotte said...

They are just perfect!

Drora's minimundo said...

The artichokes are fantastic.

Marie said...

Waouw, Peiwen, c'est vraiment très réussi et ressemblant, quel travail ! Les artichauts sont tout simplement superbes, moi qui suis nulle en fimo, je suis toujours en admiration devant vos créations !
Marie

ines paiva raposo said...

As alcachofras estão lindas, tão perfeitinhas.. Parabéns! Beijinhos
Inês

minisdecris said...

A very very great work, Peiwen. And the pictures too

Plushpussycat said...

Wow! The detail is amazing--and so tiny! Nice work! :-)

minimariba said...

Wow! they look real!!!
Wanderful job!
Mariarita

Nina in Germany said...

Wonderful!!!
Nina

Arantxa said...

Peiwen!!!

Amazing!! Wonderfull food!!

Mini hugs!!

WeeLittleWest / Kathy Olaf-Obrenski said...

All of your arts are so good! I love artichokes, it's good with butter.

Janice said...

Wow!

cockerina said...

WOWW Paiwen!!! magnificent! the artichokes are my favorite vegetable in real life! I cook them a few times, because they do not like my family, but I love them sliced​​, rolled in flour, then in beaten egg, then fried! Food of the Gods! :)))
you will put these in your Etsy, is not it?? I hope to see them soon for sale ... ;)
kisses a lot!
Caterina

Rosamargarita said...

Tus alcachofas son de sueño! ideales, perfectas!

miniacollection said...

C'est magique! les artichauts et les kiwis sont vraiment incroyables, si réels. Quel talent!
Geneviève

Narán said...

Felicidades por tan gran traajo, no es nada fácil trabajar con ese realismo los vegetales.

Besos, Narán

Susi said...

Te atreves con todo, me encantan tus manos, eres genial,
Un gran beso.
Susi

iki.i said...

Joli !

Oiseau deNim said...

Dear ladies, I feel so warm with your encouraging messages. Thank you thank you!

I love a lot of artichokes but in the past I could just enjoy the good taste of marinated ones.
I learnt how to cook artichokes from MyFrenchcuisine two weeks ago. The fresh ones are also very tasty but it takes quite long time to prepare… :P

Hello Caterina, do you have some recipes of artichokes? Your description makes me hungry!!

I have made two listings in my Etsy shop but I am able to dispatch artichokes after 15th Jun due to my personal leave. If some of you are interested, welcome to email me and I must be happy to make any quantity you wish.

Hugs,
Peiwen

Mari@ said...

Wow Peiwen, these last creations are amazing!! Have you some news from the post office? Uff they are very slow

Bözse said...

All of them are excellent miniatures! Congratulations!

Mona said...

Love the pictures!!! And the perfect work!!!
Mona

Noemí said...

You have a prodigious hands!!!!!
You have my admiration!!!!!

Bookkeeper gold coast said...

This is a wonderful post

Teresa Martínez- IGMA artisan said...

Me encantan es un gran trabajo!

Hotazuru said...

Amazing!

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