The guest wants to see what he eats
We do front-cooking for you.
You may watch, taste and get a few tips from us.
Follow the emergence of edible art
Ready carved melons, pumpkins, etc. These are well known from the exotic holiday destinations or from the Internet. But how does such a thing come about, and how long does an artist need to do it? How long? In a few minutes a watermelon turns into a flower, a pumpkin into a face. Your guests will be amazed.
Perhaps someone would like to join in, and carve with our guidance.
Some examples from various events
Speed-carving pumpkin faces with models at the company Lidl.
Sushi on the mountain. Sushi & AlpenZushi preparation for guests of the Maierl Alm, Kitzbuhel / Kirchberg.
AlpenZushi buffet in the restaurant Lokami in Basel.
Demonstrations of various carvings in local pumpkins at pumpkin festivals, here pumpkin festival in Fürstenfeld.
Chocolate carving demonstration for Triangle-Tools company.
Carving, - or cooking demonstrations at trade fairs attract many visitors to the exhibition stand.
Ice sculptures carved in front of the eyes of the skiers at the Art on Snow in Gastein.
Edible fashion, here for ORF 1.
Short visitor workshops at various events.
Asia-days by Sodexo restaurants in Austria.
Carved decorations from fruits & vegetables, here at the summer night ball in Bad Gastein.
Carved buffet decorations for various occasions.
Apprentice training at REWE Skillsfactory.
Table decorations for a gala dinner. Here for the delicatessen Käfer in Munich.
Co - organization and jury for various international vegetable carving competitions, such as Intergastra in Stuttgart or Culinary Olümpics in Erfurt.
Voestival in Linz, art from Ice, fruits and vegetables.
Halloween pumpkin carving in the shopping center at the railway station in Potsdam.