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9 Holiday Gift Ideas for Foodies & Coupon Code

» 11 December 2013 » In Uncategorized » No Comments

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Christmas is just around the corner and the malls are packed! To alleviate last-minute stress, let us help deliver some wonderful, exotic, gift ideas for your loved ones this holiday season, with just a few clicks from Temple of Thai. And today through Friday the 13th you can take 10% off orders over $40 (before […]

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Easy Holiday Plate Garnishes for Festive Table Settings

» 22 November 2012 » In Uncategorized » No Comments

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Learn the fine art of fruit and vegetable carving at your own pace, in your own space, with the new “Creative Carving DVD, Lesson 1″. Professional Thai carving artist Chef Nuntana will teach you in clear, well explained steps how to create easy plate garnishes in time for this holiday season. The lesson begins with […]

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Watermelon Carving Contest July 2012

» 09 July 2012 » In Uncategorized » 2 Comments

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The National Watermelon Promotion Board (NWPB) is hosting its Third Annual Watermelon Carving Contest this month, July 2012. To enter, carve a watermelon between now and August 4 and send an image of your melon carving and also a image of you posing with your carving to the NWPB. Judges will choose three finalists in […]

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Valentine’s Day Rose & Recipe by Nita Gill

» 14 February 2011 » In Uncategorized » No Comments

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A Valentine’s Day Dinner is as much about the atmosphere as it is the food. You can use traditional Thai fruit carving to enhance the romantic appeal of your meal with a beautiful edible rose carving. For this special day we have gone Western with a delicious recipe of roasted beet, goat cheese, and candied walnut salad in a video by Nita Gill professional fruit carving instructor.

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Creative Pumpkin Carving by American Chefs

» 30 October 2010 » In Uncategorized » 2 Comments

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Pumpkins, gourds and watermelons have become the medium of professional culinary carving artists and chefs who are turning ordinary earthy vegetables into perishable works of art. At this time of year in the states, Fall fruits and vegetables are going under the carving knife to become transformed into glowing jack-o-lanterns decorated with fancy floral patterns and […]

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