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aethelberga
« on: January 23, 2011 01:43:45 PM »

I thought I would post my small contributions to the tiny polymer food banquet here on Craftster.


This may look like a cake, but it is a pork pie.  You pork pie fans will know where I'm coming from.


Second is a small (okay, large)slice of cherry cheesecake.


Lastly is the fried breakfast from hell, with bacon, eggs, black puddings & beans on toast.

Not the most healthy collection, I will admit, but tasty.
« Last Edit: January 26, 2011 04:58:19 PM by aethelberga - Reason: better pics » THIS ROCKS   Logged

autumnsunset
« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2011 01:51:11 PM »

First let me say, I like your work. I thought you were maybe from England because of the beans on toast. I live in Upstate New York, but was born in England where we ate such things.  Can you tell me, why miniature food? Not you specifically, but why it is so popular? I think it is adorable but it cracks me up. Anyways, nice job! It makes me hungry.
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goldsheepbowl
« Reply #2 on: January 23, 2011 02:04:25 PM »

as a brit, i have to say your pork pie looks perfect! you've even got the layer of jelly around the meat Cheesy

It's all very cute, great work Cheesy
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aethelberga
« Reply #3 on: January 23, 2011 02:22:36 PM »

I have no idea why tiny food is so popular, except maybe they don't take much clay to experiment with and you can aspire to get it perfect.
I am Canadian but I am a hard-core Anglophile, married to a Brit. And growing up my dad owned a store that sold all sorts of English food, which explains my familiarity with pork pies and black puddings.
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