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Tomato Blossoming Rose Carving

Material:

  • Three large tomatoes an half inch diameter

Equipments:

  • Sharp-pointed knife

Directions:

  • Select bright red tomatoes with no bruises and wash them.
  • Cut the tomato through the middle into two halves.
  • Cut the halves into slices about ¼ cm. thick, working from the stem end to the base.
  • Roll up one slice to form the center. Wrap three more slices around this, and then place other slices around so that they are centered between the inner petals. Use about twelve slices in all.

Tomato Red Birds wings Carving

Material:

  • Three large tomatoes an half inch diameter

Equipments

  • Sharp-pointed knife

Directions

  • Select bright red tomatoes without any bruises and wash them.
  • Slice the tomato through the stem end to obtain two halves.
  • From each of the halves, cut a wedge shaped slice about one cm. wide at the broad end.
  • Carefully cut the skin away from the flesh of each of the wedges down almost to the stem end. Place the two wedges together so that the stem ends are touching as shown in the picture, and then carefully curl the skins of the two halves.
  • Make cuts parallel to and about 0.5 cm. from the two cut faces of a tomato half so as to obtain about five V-shaped slices.
  • Nest these V-shaped slices between the two wedges, and then arrange them so that the tip of each slice projects slightly beyond the one below.

Tomato Scarlet Rose Carving

Material:

  • Two large tomatoes an half inch diameter

Equipments

  • Carving knife

Directions

  • Select bright red tomatoes without bruises and wash them.
  • With a very sharp knife, cut off the stem end and then peel off the skin in a continuous strip about 1 ½ cms. wide.
  • Wind the strip into a roll and place on the inner face of the stem end.