Edible Thanksgiving Centerpiece


With Thanksgiving approaching, many of us have already started thinking about the menu, tableware and decorations needed to host a Holiday Dinner. I wanted to post an edible treat which was a big hit at one of the Thanksgiving dinners I hosted. Its the breadstick cornucopia.


To me, the cornucopia represents our thanks for abundant food and the joy we receive from sharing our good fortune with family and friends. What better way to celebrate Thanksgiving than to have an edible representation to share.


If you do an internet search you will find instructions to make one of your own. Hope this will inspire you to try one and share this edible Thanksgiving centerpiece.
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4 comments:

  • Craftola | November 11, 2010 1:15 PM

    I know, a lot of my posts combine food with art! LOL

  • Rosemary | November 12, 2010 9:28 AM

    Craftola - you make that sound like it's a bad thing (combining food with art) - lol - I think it's marvelous!

    This looks so perfect, when I saw the thumbnail I really thought it was a miniature and in marzipan. LOL I'm a dork like that. But it's even better and it looks amazing. I have seen the tutorials for making this and haven't tried yet, but perhaps this year I'll amaze the family with my food art prowess.

    Thanks for participating with us on the Opus Gluei challenge, it is wonderful to have you back!

  • Jana | November 16, 2010 6:44 AM

    WOW. This is one fabulous munchie centerpiece. I love it. I really like when you can multi-task. You know combine food and art. It's delish and pretty too. I might just have to go look up a tutorial on this. I like it that much. Thanks for playing with us this week at OPUS GLUEI. It's great to have you back around.