Monday, June 18, 2012
Grocery Store Food
I have a grocery store story and a dinner story coming up, so I was inspired to make new food. I started with a few new items to put in the grocery store
I started with watermelon. Whole ones and pieces to put in the grocery store. The really small pieces will be used in dioramas. All the store pieces have been wrapped in plastic and stocked on the shelves.
Putting in the seeds took a while, but proved to be therapeutic.
These are gala apples. How do I know that? Because that's what was in my refrigerator. I sculpt from real food as much as possible. Once I finished with the sculpt, I got to eat the fruit. I had a banana on the working table too, but I ate it before I had a chance to make any. Next time.
These are cucumbers. They look a little beat up. Just like the ones at my local farmer's market.
Onion is one of the staples of cooking, so the store was in desperate need of some.
Racquel may need to take a trip back to the store before she cooks dinner for her mom. They were out of onions the day she went shopping.
These are pork loin chops. They were supposed to be pork chops, but I couldn't get them the way I wanted them. I haven't eaten pork chops since I was a kid, and pictures weren't helping me. So I will have to buy and cook some in order to get it right. There's been a request for pork chops in the Etsy store. Hang in there CW. I'm working on it.
These are shoestring fries. My favorite. When there is nothing I want to eat, I got to Kroger, spend $1.28 on a bag of their frozen fries, and I will be good for a few days.
I made these with an air dry clay. It was my first time making food with air dry clay. In the past I've only used it for landscaping purposes.
A new sofa will be hitting the Etsy store this week. I guess I will go do my story now. See you soon.