Tourneing Vegetables

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1. Begin with a well-scrubbed, medium-size carrot and a sharp paring knife. André Baranowski
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2. Cut the carrot into 2″ pieces. André Baranowski
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3. Working with 1 piece at a time, hold the carrot firmly between your thumb and forefinger. Grip the knife and steady your thumb on the other end of the carrot. André Baranowski
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4. Trim carrot on one end, turning it as you go, to form a tapered tip. André Baranowski
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5. Pare down the sides of the carrot with a knife to smooth out the edges. André Baranowski
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6. Continue cutting until the carrot resembles a football in shape on one end. André Baranowski
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7. Flip the carrot over and trim the other end until both ends are shaped the same. André Baranowski
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8. Repeat. André Baranowski