FRUIT & VEGETABLE CARVING
Thai fruit and vegetable skills are great to add to your resume. Executive chefs and restaurant owners appreciate what beauty a specially carved creation adds to a meal. Customers appreciate the fact that you specially prepared a little something extra just for them.
Fruit carving is an ART, not a science. The more you practice, the more you will learn, and the more proficient you will become. Novices typically begin with the easiest to carve fruits and vegetables–like onions, long chilies, radishes, carrots, and tomatoes. As you become more proficient with the tools-of-the-trade and carving techniques, you will progress to mangos, cantaloupes, and melons.
Those enrolled in our Thai Culinary Professional Training courses receive instruction in this art. Those not enrolled in our professional training programs can still schedule classes by clicking: Hua Hin Thai Cooking Academy (for Hua Hin) or Bangkok Thai Cooking Academy (for Bangkok).
Our professional level carving classes are designed for both beginners and professionals and are taught by our Master fruit carvers—Kru Ya, Kru Dao, and Kru Nat. Come learn from them how to master the techniques and become as good as you can be. Here’s just a sampling of what you can learn to do. All it takes is great instructors, some talent, and lots of practice!
When enrolled in our chef program, instruction in this art is available and encouraged. We can even work it into your training program. Our instructors can take you from beginner to advanced in a matter of days. Those not enrolled in our Professional Culinary Program and desiring to learn the art of fruit carving, please visit our sister schools by clicking here: Bangkok Thai Cooking Academy or Hua Hin Thai Cooking Academy.
FOOD CARVING TOOLS:
We provide all food carving tools and supplies. For those taking multiple fruit carving classes, we can sell you a professional fruit carving knife for 500 baht.