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🦅 SoundEagle in Edible Art, Glorious Food and Festive Season ğŸ£ğŸ¥—🍜🍲🍱


SoundEagle in Art, Glorious Food and Festive Season
🍣🥗GOOD🍜FOOD🍲🍱
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Wising You A Glorious Festive Season✿
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🍣🥗 GOOD 🍜 FOOD 🍲🍱‍

Whilst the presentation of food and the taste of food have considerable correlations, sometimes the former seems to venture far beyond the horizon of gustatory sensations to scale the prodigious heights of artful imagination and visual representation.

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Click any image below to see gallery images displayed in a full-size carousel view, where individual photos can be commented on by anybody who wishes to admire, critique or identify the dishes, ingredients, techniques and/or presentations.

42 comments on “🦅 SoundEagle in Edible Art, Glorious Food and Festive Season ğŸ£ğŸ¥—🍜🍲🍱

  1. Wow, this was a wonderful post! Beautiful art and edible 🙂

    I hope you don’t mind if I reblog your link on my reblog page?

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    • Thank you for your comments. I have been thinking of you ever since I published this post, and wonder where you have been, for I did think that you would be amongst the first persons to like the post, given that you are such an avid and creative cook as well as a connoisseur of fine food with an eye for detail. Please feel free to reblog. Happy December to you!

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  2. Brilliant and mouthwatering collection of images…

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  3. Wow – amazing! Are these your photos? They are wonderful! Thanks for sharing!

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    • Hi Lois, I beg your pardon for replying late, as my free time to blog has been in short supply. Short of answering your question directly, I would like to indicate to you that the answer could be found if/when you followed certain web links in this post.

      I hope that you have decided to enter “The Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year 2013 competition”. Cheers!

      By the way, “Pink Lady” reminds me of a type of apple of the same name. I suppose that you do have “Pink Lady” apples in the USA.

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  4. We are what we eat. Sometimes quite literally. 🙂

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  5. The joy of food, it can make anything look beautiful But because we eat with our eyes rather than our mouths would any of these taste better that they were before the “make over”?!?

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    • SoundEagle would answer your question in the negative to the extent that it has been verified scientifically that if yummy foods were presented poorly or made to look gory, horrible or detestable, then the lack-lustre results would certainly mess with our heads even if in fact they were made from highly delicious ingredients.

      Presentation is paramount even when/though beauty can be more than just skin-deep on edibles . . . .

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  6. Amazing , Thankyou , I so enjoyed the journey .I will never look at a watermelon or apple the same way again !

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    • You are very welcome, Alison. Indeed, how amazingly bold, patient and creative some food artists must have been!

      Please feel free to interact with SoundEagle on this website/blog, where you will find art, science, poetry, music, video, graphics, cartoons, animations, games and puzzles.

      Yes, you can actually play games and puzzles in SoundEagle’s main website, as well as listen to original musical compositions in several ways, including music synchoronized to computer-generated animations. Please read the “About 🛅” page to see an overview.

      Enjoy! SoundEagle looks forward to your feedback and to interacting with you. Happy November!

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      • Ifyou can do all of this surly the least you can do is show me a pic of yourself , I would appreciate it since you haven’t asked to be a friend & I haven’t accepted you as one .i hope you take my point . Ali

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      • Welcome back, Alison. Please be assured that your point is well taken. Feel free to befriend SoundEagle on Facebook, and you will find that SoundEagle has never uploaded any portraits or facial photos for any Facebook friends and relatives to see. This has not been a hindrance to people who genuinely want to befriend or connect with SoundEagle for any reason on various social media, not just Facebook. Besides, you will and can learn much more about SoundEagle through the various multimedia contents and writings here than through seeing a face. And any kind of friendship or relationship formed as a result would be true and firmly based on values and understanding, without exposing or exploiting one’s good appearance, and without the ever-present risk of (pre)judging others so much by their appearance. In fact, less than a handful of the over one thousand willing followers of SoundEagle here have seen the countenance of SoundEagle.

        Reservation, prudence and delayed gratification have their values and can be virtues in their own rights.

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  8. Almost too beautiful to eat – almost :-}

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  9. Very creative indeed! I liked them all, except for the human faces. [Nothing personal, for some reason, I’ve always found 3-D fruit/vegetable human heads to be a little too creepy looking.] Many of the fruit arrangements would definitely give Edible Arrangements some competition! While I am not a fan of melon, I enjoyed the various watermelon bowl designs. Several of my students would enjoy the Muppet and Angry Birds cupcakes as well as the Bento lunch designs. Finally, while simple in design, the kiwi pig was very clever. Thank you for sharing.

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  10. What an amazing art this one is !! It was absolutely pleasing to my eyes.. I can’t wait to explore more of your posts ☺

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  11. Those little rice piggies are adorable!

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  12. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    ‘Edible Art, Glorious Food and Festive Season’ … amazing!! Please, take a look!!

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  13. Edible food art! So beautiful, thanks for sharing. Talk about the best of both worlds. 😋 I believe the Sesame Street cupcakes were my favorite image, but then cupcakes usually are, lol. (Sadly, I haven’t had a cupcake in ages.)

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  14. Oh my gosh you didn’t make all of those did you? My husband named all the muppets. The tiny finger size displays were incredible. I love the world and the Sidney Opera House. The birds were unbelievable. This is almost hard to believe so much detail and art. Just a magnificent display. Five stars for that work. Great photos as well. Thank you. Have a blessed evening and thanks for sharing. Hugs 🤗 Joni

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  15. Beautiful work. Shame it will be eaten. So much work for something that doesn’t last long. Amazing, all the same. Lucy

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  16. Wow! This is just super-amazing! I am out of words to describe the beauty, the creativity of your people. I will share this with my wife. She really will love this stuff. Thank you for bringing me to this article, dear friend!

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  17. Fabulous food art! 🙂 I love all the photos!

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  18. Wow, amazing food art! Thank you for sharing.
    Many thanks for stopping by my travel and photography blog – much appreciated.

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  19. These images are stunning, SoundEagle! This is food raised to the level of art! And here I can barely boil water (LOL).

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  20. These are so pretty! Love the pig rice balls!

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  21. Each one of these images are a masterpiece, SoundEagle! I’m so glad you shared the link to this page. I lingered over every image and marveled at their beauty!

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      Dear Judy,

      Thank you for your complimentary feedback. Of the roughly three dozens dishes presented, do you have any favourite(s)? By the way, each of those photos can be clicked, enlarged and commented on in a carousel slider.

      Likewise, SoundEagle🦅 has also been very impressed by your eye-catching illustrations of perfume bottles, a Swarovski crystal swan, and some highly appetizing food presented at https://foodartist.wordpress.com/2011/04/08/45-a-medley-of-portfolio-illustrations/, so much so that all of those photos and writing about food in your said blog post were triggering hunger and teasing appetite, thus stoking gustatory desires for an appreciable amount of time. One can reasonably conclude that we are both connoisseurs of fine music and good food.

      ჱܓSoundEagle Click here to contact SoundEagle

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    • Dear Judy,

      Another bespoke response is due to you for your comments on the ten of the approximately three dozen photos respectively. Indeed, good food can bring people together. Many dishes are so enticing that were it not for SoundEagle🦅’s strong will to curb regular food desire and sweet tooth, your new avian-embodied friend here would have stopped remaining slim and become a big fat pink elephant long ago, and would not be able to soar in the sky to illustrate 🦅 SoundEagle Guided Imagery ⋆*ࣰ☀̤̣̈̇🏝*ࣰ˜҈”˜҈░*ࣰණි.

      All in all, SoundEagle🦅 appreciates the multitude delights that you have exuded in your blog posts documenting your vast experiences and avid endeavours in cooking, photographing, illustrating and writing about eye-catching and mouth-watering dishes. Given your penchant and expertise, SoundEagle🦅 would indeed be seriously irresponsible if not neglectful to deprive you of an expansive, stylishly produced research featuring the traditional, mythological and festive aspects of Asian culture through an encyclopaedic post entitled 🦅 SoundEagle in Chinese New Year Celebration, Spring Festival, Lion Dance, Food, Ornaments, Traditional Culture and Architecture ğŸ®ğŸŽ‹ğŸ¦ğŸ¥—ğŸŽãŠ—ï¸â›©, where you will be sumptuously treated to a splendid and grand tour of the highly enticing, vivid and eye-opening cultural histories and experiences concentrated conveniently in one bespoke webpage.

      You will be pleased to know that the three navigational menus in the said post can facilitate your reaching specific sections of the post instantly so that you can resume reading over multiple sessions in your own time to enjoy the attendant “attractions” and multimedia extravaganza taking you on a worldwide cultural journey. Your Asian relatives and friends, let alone Caucasian associates, would be very impressed or even surprised if you were to regurgitate to them just a fraction of the contents of the said post.

      Furthermore, there are some fantastic food and yummy cuisines to tempt you in the post, plus plenty of videos showing how the Chinese New Year is celebrated in different countries and regions of the world. Please enjoy what you are about to experience to your heart’s content as you recover from your recent surgery.

      ჱܓSoundEagle Click here to contact SoundEagle

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