|Sausage bouquet and baked garlic|
|Pumpkin, sausages and onion|
|Cut the punpkin in parts. One part for a base and a central part for a frame.|
|Take a central part and remove a pumpkin meat . This is a frame.|
|Decorate it with U or V shape knife.|
|Decorate a pumpkin base (it's optional)|
|now set the frame on the base and fix them using toothpicks|
|fix with toothpicks|
|Set sausages in bamboo skewers. Looks like a reed, does'n it?|
|and arrange the sausages in the pumpkin ring.|
|Add some green onion. Small tomatos made the final look.|
While writing this article I got an idea. If you carve a frog out of green bell pepper and set it on the pumpkin base the reed bouquet will get a completely naturalistic look.
By the way, using salt bread sticks instead of wooden skewers let you make the sausage bouquet absolutely edible!
|Salted bread sticks|
|Edible sausage reed|
Use the pumpkin frame for making vegetable bouquets like on the picture below: