Thursday, November 29, 2012

Fruity Turkey

This is the turkey I made for Thanksgiving. No I didn't make it on the ground. I just set it down on the way out to the car to get a photo.


The body is an acorn squash cut down and somewhat hallowed out. I put part of a cheese block inside to help the skewers to have something to go in.

The squash went in another dish to eat.

If I were to do it again, I'd snap my skewers in 1/2 or get smaller ones. I just didn't see smaller ones. Then I'd add more feathers.

I put the grapes on the skewers first. Then jammed them into the squash.

The head and gobbler is 1/2 a red pepper; put in with toothpicks.

The beak is cheese glued on with frosting.

The eyes I found in the baking section. They are edible eyes. I glued them on with frosting.

My husband cut and put cheese around the plate. When we got to my aunt's house I added crackers.

The grapes, cheese and crackers disappeared throughout the day. The bowl of squash disappeared during our meal.

10 comments:

Buttons said...

Oh I love It. Very creative. B

My Journey With Candida said...

So cute Alissa. I might have to do this next year.

Masshole Mommy said...

That came out AWESOME! You're quite creative.

Judy Haughton-James said...

Very creative and colourful Alissa!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Adorable! It must've been a hit!

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

very cute and creative idea! It looks good enough to eat!;-)

Are We There Yet! said...

This is my kind of appetizer. I eat a lot of fruit and vegetables but everyone thinks they have to bring fattening stuff to parties. Kudos!

~ Noelle said...

it looks great!!!!

Charlie T Hicks said...

That is so creative and good for you too!

EG CameraGirl said...

So clever! It made me smile. :))

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