Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Felt Food: Meat & Other random stuff

I made some more felt food! It's slow going on account of nearly always having a baby in my lap but I think these turned out pretty well.

A bowl of udon noodles, braised tofu and carrots:

A steak, tuna rolls and slices of mikon:

A fillet of salmon, cinnamon roll, deviled eggs, fruit slices and crackers:

Bacon and a T-bone steak:
The bacon has wire in it so it can be bent and stay that way. The steak has a cooked and un-cooked side so it can be flipped and 'cooked.' She has an amazing collection of felt food now — it fills 9 shoebox sized containers!

6 comments:

Science Bear said...

Very glad I found your blog! I'm about to finish a second masters degree (this time in a molecular biology lab) and have a fabulous German Shepherd named Sirius.

Waterrose said...

Congrats on the new baby! And, you felt food looks delicious!

Becky said...

What a great idea!!! The cheese looks incredible!

Che Birba said...

Hi...I'm Laura from Italy; I made felt food http://chebirba.blogspot.com/search/label/Felt%20Food

Laura

Term Papers said...

You made some felt food! It's slow going on account of nearly always having a baby in your lap but I think these turned out pretty well.

mrsben said...

Incredibly cute and well done! Particularly like your Filet Mignon wrapped in bacon. -Brenda-