A blog which showcases different crafts with foods showing artistic workmanship and creative designs of various artists.
my eyes feel so good after seeing this...great... i call it as a great relief =p
Nice rice art. Was this for Deepavali (Indian celebration)? Because it does look like the ones they have during Deepavali in Msia.
Hi fufu! Feeling proud? You must be...it's from M'sia!
Hi Mei! I think so but not so sure...it was among colorful cloths and items when I spotted this rice art. It was like a festival.You're a special mention on my upcoming post for jif photojournal. =)
That is incredible.Anne
Hi Anne, so nice right?
Wow! I have never seen rice, served/presented this way. Incredible!
those are rice?i haven't been able to see that in real life yet. :D
Ayie, hello! Am back.. and so amazed at this latest posting. Just look at that color! I agree with Mei, it looks like food from the Deepavali. My carpool buddy is Indian and she gives me lots of their cakes during their Deepavali Festival. I am curious about that Malaysian Rice Art -wanna take a bite!
jifdc, I was also amazed when I found out it's rice...never had one like that too.
Levian, rice my dear. It's in Malaysia and it's justified by Tes now...from the Deepavali festival or event. Check out on Mei, she knows =)
Tes, long time you didn't post in your blog, busy? I had prob in my blog follow...for some reason your blog isn't in my list, I better check it out. So this one is from the deepavali? Cool, didn't know about that...thanks to you and Mei. Maybe you can ask your indian friend to give you the same rice and let us know how it tastes. =) Nice to see you back! I checked your blog earlier...will come back in a while. =)
that looks eye-catching. :)
Hi Ramblings! Very eye-catching indeed! =)
ah deepavali, that make sense now. we rarely have indians in our part of the country. thus rarely we were exposed to indian friends. it would be expected that we have no chance to take a look at the real thing either. :)
wow rice ar...somehow it reminds me of the indian art during deepavali.. haha.. =)
Maybe you'll have your chance anytime soon Levian. Just keep checking current events =)
Hi Kenwooi, Mei said that too. I got it from a Malaysian festivity. That's probably it...3 people already said so =)
Oh this malaysian rice cake look interesting! Someone ruins the lower right hand corner though :o)You have a nice weekend too!
I noticed that too AI, maybe somebody tried to get some rice from there...hehe i just don't know =)
sure thing!it will be interesting to check out the real thing. :)
Don't forget to take some photos Levian so I can see it too =)
i definitely will,can't miss capturing such an awesome artistic piece. :D
Hi guys, I just come across with this website when i'm actually looking for some diwali stuff. I'm an Indian residing in Malaysia. The above picture is what we called as "KOLAM" or "RANGOLI". Its just like we colored the normal white rice with pastels/watercolors and let it dry before we make design (any flower shape or peacock shape) on the floor somewhere in the living hall or at the main entrance. We decorated it with lights and flowers. There is no such things as colourful rice, we add the colors to the rice. Have a great day,Vanie
Rachel/Vanie,Thanks for the info...it was just named literally as colorful rice art to give emphasis on the colors. thanks for the visit =)