Monday, April 11, 2011

Bitter melon crocodile


This was very simple... I cut the mouth part of the bitter melon and opened it. For the feet I put pieces of bitter melon and curry leaves around it. I also placed rocks around the crocodile. For the eyes I used peppercorn.

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85 comments:

  1. It's very cool. What a creative way to use fruit.

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  2. Very cute...love bitter melon too.

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  3. That's very interesting carving.

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  4. I love food art, you really are a multi talented foodie this is awesome love it!

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  5. SO cool!!! I've never seen bitter melon~

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  6. LOL!! I do not like Karela at all and crocodile creeps me totally!! This is superb creativity .. you are funny . :D

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  7. That was the coolest crocodile I have ever seen.

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  8. Cool! You are very talented to visualize this!

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  9. Looks like a real one. Good job Akheela.:)

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  10. very creative....it looks amazing! :))
    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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  11. love your creativity dear..that looks cool!

    US Masala

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  12. Extraordinary effort.Wonderful thought process.Love the pictures.

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  13. How nice ....that's wonderful

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  14. Love it! The crocodile is amazing!!

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  15. ha ha LOL. I see that the mind is at work. It really is creepy.

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  16. It's very adorable and cool...It looks hungry... :)

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  17. so clever! thanks for sharing this : j

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  18. This is crazy fun!
    Plus, since I'm not a fan of eating bitter melon, I much prefer it this way -- as art. ;)

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  19. what a cool way to have fun with kids. you have a wide imagination

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  20. Cute! Filipinos call this umpalya!

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  21. OMG...seriously what an interesting carving !

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  22. Oh my gosh! That's so cool!! I had to do a triple take.

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  23. Looks wonderful, you're so creative....

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  24. This looks good. You are very creative.

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  25. Jeepers,now I already scared to touch bitter gourd..hehe,good one :)

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  26. U r soooo creative, crocodile looks simply fabulous..

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  27. God...that's an bitter carving....:-)

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  28. Wow.......you r good cook and creative! i really like ur post. in my garden many crocodile (bitter) i take one and put in my dining table;)

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  29. Coool!!!! Very creative...
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  30. Nice carving dear ... creative work!

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  31. haha..............wen i first read the title...........i was wonderg wat is it..now i know.good job

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  32. Ha ha...That looks interesting:-)
    What a creative idea!!!

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  33. It does look very much like a crocodile! Very creative!

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  34. That's cool..you are very creative.

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  35. oh gosh, this is looking so good.... !

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  36. First time I have seen such a cute little crocodile. You really made a masterpiece using bitter gourd.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  37. This is so fierce! Looks really good :) What a terribly simple idea, you're absolutely creative! ;)

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  38. Thats very creative !!! lovely
    http://kitchensojourn.blogspot.com :)

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  39. Clever and Creative!!! Awesome photos!!!

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  40. That looks cool yaar.. I'll also try.

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  41. Nice idea, crocodile is cute.

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  42. lol creative. it generates the same effect on me as a crocodile - fear! :)

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  43. wow..thats so creative...nice job dear....I loved it..

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  44. Wow, your croc looks awesome, really scary look. Have a wonderful week ahead :-)

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  45. Wow... sooo creative and awesome..

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  46. that is so so innovative...i would never have that as a veggie but this is absolutely pretty..and u are very creative

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  47. This is too cool! Well done!

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  48. Oh my ... wow!! You are so talented... amazing!

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  49. very creative eventhough a little scary..............hi hi...........

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  50. WOW.. Cool .. very creative.. I would call this post more creative than actual carving itself.

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  51. Thankyou for the entry, its so realistic nicely carved Hope to see more entries from you.

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  52. looks cool and natural...nice idea..

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  53. wow very creative, and easy one too.

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  54. I don't have the patience but I have the grandest appreciation for those who can do this - kudos - crocodiles never looked so sweet.

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  55. WOW! you really scared me!, when the page opened I just only the picture, and took back!, beautifully done Awesome!

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  56. Oh my goodness, I really did think this was a little crocodile on your table! Great job, Akheela.

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  57. really amazing and innovative :)

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  58. I totally saw this on one of the gawker sites and loved it :)

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  59. ha ha well done! i was bit shocked for first glance...kudos!

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  60. LOL That is soo cute! Yo have such an imagination. Brilliant :))

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  61. Cool!! I've never seen anyone do crocodiles out of veggies- very impressive. Loved the angle of the shot that makes this looks so real!

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  62. wow this is the most unique thing I have seen on the Net machallah you are so talented!

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