Vegetable Fruit Carving

Impress Yourself, Your Friends and Your Family With Your Vegetable Fruit Carving Skills

Vegetable and fruit carving made up as a flower arrangementLife is not about impressing people but it is nice feeling when something you have made attracts “Ooohs” and “aaahs” from others – vegetable and fruit carving will do exactly that. It cannot help but be impressive as it is something that the majority of us simply haven’t believed we can do.

It looks so involved and intricate!

I am not going to pretend that I have mastered this skill – it is on my bucket list though – but I thought it would be a nice (and fitting) addition to this website.

To my mind the picture seen here could easily be a floral arrangement and I guess in many ways it is. I certainly wouldn’t argue with anyone who thinks it is even better.

You Too Can Learn Vegetable and Fruit Carving

I came across an online vegetable and fruit carving course purely by accident and thought I would do some research into it.

I’m glad I did.

Nita Gill is the lady who owns and runs the website:

And what an interesting site it is.

What You Get With The Vegetable and Fruit Carving Course.

Let me start off by saying that what I really enjoy is that you don’t need to spend a fortune to get started.  Nita has several free videos that she is happy to share with you in which she uses everyday kitchen utensils on common veggies and fruit to make quite stunning carvings.

Try them before you decide if you want to delve deeper.

Before we go further though I want to show you a short video of Nita.

In this video she shows you how she created an underwater arrangement that won her first prize in a professionals competition.


The course she offers is as close as you will get to a live class with a detailed video every week for 11 weeks.

By the end of the 11 weeks you will be the envy of every dinner guest you have over.

The training methods she uses in her videos make seemingly difficult tasks very simple.

Nita will also save you money by telling you exactly what tools you need.

Carving For Health

A great benefit of  vegetable and fruit carving is that it is all healthy food and a great way to get children to eat veggies.

Vegetable and fruits carved and served as snacksWhat looks healthier, potato crisps and dips, or the beautiful plate presented here?

And I guarantee you the little ones will want to help with the carving!  I can’t think of a better way of getting them involved in healthy food – can you?

The only problem you may have is that they look too good to eat!

What People Are Saying About The Course.

There are lot of e-mails and positive feedback that Nita has received which can be viewed on her site. Here are 3.

I made the bunny baskets, very simple, and took them to two events on Easter weekend and they were the hit of the parties!

Then I tried a watermelon rose. It took more concentration than the baskets but I was surprised at how well it turned out.

Today I bought a floral ring to try another watermelon, this time with the corrugated tools. What fun!

Nita, you present the information in a pleasant and relaxing manner which makes learning carving a creative adventure.

Thank you!

See you on your own TV show soon!

Garnita Kelly – 
Austin, Texas

Thank you so much for sharing your talent with us! I watched the video and can’t wait to start. My friends and family are going to love this!! especially when they find out they can eat it too. I live in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Just thought you would like to know how far-reaching your generosity is. Thanks again, looking forward to more.”


You did a great job of explaining what you were doing and WHY, which is very important. For instance, you explained that in making the first few cuts of the radish, you don’t go in too deep or the radish will crack. You also explained WHY the radishes need to be placed in ice water.

It was also great that you dropped a radish from the “bouquet” and then said, “Sometimes things like that happen.” Good move leaving that in the video. It’s important.


S. Perkins
 – California

Pretty impressive don’t you think?

What strikes me is the way she connects with people and puts them at ease, for example in this last e-mail where the writer appreciated her not covering up her mistake.

My Verdict

As I said earlier, this is on my bucket list, so I have no hesitation is suggesting that you at least take a look at some of Nita’s free offerings.  Simply click on the link below and register for the e-mails and free videos.

Carved Fruit for dessert

Dessert anyone?


Click Here To Visit The Official Vegetable Fruit Carving Website.


… and don’t forget to check out my independent review of, what I consider to be, the #1 Online Floral Design Course available.



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  1. Elaine
    4 years ago

    Can you carve me a alligator watermelon, but just the head

    • Lawrence
      4 years ago

      Hello Elaine. I suggest you contact Nita at the Vegetable fruit carving site.
      Hope that helps