First European vegetable carving competition in Leipzig

European vegetable carving competition  

Russian vegetable carver Anastasia Korsakova makes finishing touches on her work on September 5, 2011 during the first European carving competition in Leipzig, eastern Germany. The competition is taking place during the “Gaeste” trade fair for the restaurant, hotel and catering business running until September 6, 2011. Within four hours, competitors have to carve in front of the jury’s eyes a piece from melons, papayas, stem cabbage, cucumbers, radish, carrots and Chinese cabbage. AFP PHOTO JAN WOITAS GERMANY OUT (Photo credit should read JAN WOITAS/AFP/Getty Images)

 

Leipzig, Saxony, GERMANY: Two frogs made from cucumbers and carrots are presented on September 5, 2011 during the first European vegetable carving competition in Leipzig, eastern Germany. The competition is taking place during the “Gaeste” trade fair for the restaurant, hotel and catering business running until September 6, 2011. Within four hours, competitors have to carve in front of the jury’s eyes a piece from melons, papayas, stem cabbage, cucumbers, radish, carrots and Chinese cabbage. AFP PHOTO / Jan Woitas

 

Leipzig, Saxony, GERMANY: Russian vegetable carver Vadim Nefedjev makes finishing touches on his eagle work on September 5, 2011 during the first European carving competition in Leipzig, eastern Germany. The competition is taking place during the “Gaeste” trade fair for the restaurant, hotel and catering business running until September 6, 2011. Within four hours, competitors have to carve in front of the jury’s eyes a piece from melons, papayas, stem cabbage, cucumbers, radish, carrots and Chinese cabbage. AFP PHOTO / Jan Woitas

 

Leipzig, Saxony, GERMANY: German vegetable carver Winfried Karras sits behind his melon work of an Asian beauty on September 5, 2011 during the first European vegetable carving competition in Leipzig, eastern Germany. The competition is taking place during the “Gaeste” trade fair for the restaurant, hotel and catering business running until September 6, 2011. Within four hours, competitors have to carve in front of the jury’s eyes a piece from melons, papayas, stem cabbage, cucumbers, radish, carrots and Chinese cabbage. AFP PHOTO / Jan Woitas

 

 

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