If you do it at the kitchen/pantry, it is much simpler as you just need to cut the fruits into desired shapes. but if you do it in front of the guest, Hygiene will be a factor, you must entertain the guest while carving, and also cutting sizes and shapes are limited as it is hard to do it with the hygiene factor always present.
So anyways, For this class, we used the "front of the house" fruit carving techniques so it is pretty limited to the styles and shapes we could produce. The fruits we used for the day were Watermelon, Kiwi, Dragon Fruit, Orange, Grape Fruit and Pineapple.
So here goes the pictures:
The service Table
Us at Work
after about 10-15 minutes, Here are the end results of what we have carved:
Chung's Fruit carving (this is the most basic that we can do)
Patricks Fruit Carving
Eunice's Fruit Carving
Henry's Fruit Carving
Lisa's Fruit Carving
My Fruit Carving
Joshua's Fruit Carving (the most elaborated)
So thats the end results of the carving:) Sry if the pics are not up to standard, my hands were very shaky that day after carving and there was no flash involved.