Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Turkey

Turkey time:) I love making turkey and we usually have turkey at new years eve. So looking forward to it. In meantime I made this 1/12 scale turkey with stuffing, red grapes, kale, parsley and lemon. A fun change to all the sweets I have been making lately. Don't you want to just rip off a leg;)

It is adoptable, so check it out in my estyEtsy store and it can be on your table soon.

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22 comments:

Oiseau deNim said...

It looks so delicious, Christel!!
Wonderful!

Loida said...

Yummy! =) Looks good! I am making turkey for thanksgiving! Mmm! Can't wait.

Carey said...

Wow! That turkey looks real. I love the vintage image as well.
Hugs,
Carey

kimsminiatures said...

Beautiful turkey Christel. Thats krispy skin looks delicious. HUgs~ Kim

Annie said...

The turkey looks yummy... I actually can feel my mouthwater running :0)

rosanna said...

Bellissimo! it's truly yummy and looks so crispy. I love it. Rosanna

Margaret said...

It's making me hungry, looks so delectable.

Janne said...

Å den så bare så deilig ut,jeg kommer :)
Klem Janne

Irene said...

It looks so realistic - a lovely item!

Eva - tatalamaru said...

FAntastic Christel!!!!

Kathy said...

I love it!!!! It looks so real.

WeeLittleWest / Kathy Obrenski said...

I love it!!!! It looks so real.

Kathy Wee Little West said...

I love it!!!! It looks so real.

Kathy said...

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Adriana Guedes said...

Christel, está fantástica sua mini, tb parece deliciosa.
Adriana Guedes

thomi said...

Wow, er sieht so echt aus. Man möchte sich hinsetzen und ihn gleich aufessen - mit vielen Freunden natürlich.
LG thomi

Fiver said...
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Fiver said...

Christel, your turkey and the fruit garnish is absolutely amazing - so real looking. Like everyone else, it's making my mouth water and my tummy growl, LOL.
YUM - can't wait for Thanksgiving turkey!

miniacollection said...

Your turkey is wonderful and looks delicious.
Geneviève

Flora said...

Succulent, to say the least!

Wee Cute Treasures said...

Heavens above! I thought that was a real turkey Christel. Wonderful work. I feel hungry now. Happy new Year, Carol :)

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