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Who says cooking can't be funny?

Funny cooking cartoons:

  • Scalped Potatoes with an embarrassed hotdog as a barber (scalloped potatoes and hot dogs)
  • A Sweet and Grumpy pair of pigs (sweet and sour pork)
  • Split peas? Not for me, I see peas in a pod leaping out of the pod, splitting the scene
happy grape

Most of the food images are fairly recent and more utilitarian in nature, however, so they can be applied to embroidery and other art projects. Make food pyramid lesson plans or face masks so kids can literally wear their food. Could be a fun and educational time for all.

All food related imagea are now separated into smaller categories.  Please use the pull-down menu under the "Foods" sub-menu above. A while ago I began experimenting with making paper mache figurines.  One of my favorite shapes is the Happy Grape.  Here's are a couple of decorated CelluClay Happy Grape figurines.  I gave one to my favorite Dentist and he keeps it displayed for all to see! 

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