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One of the nice things about blogging is meeting a lot of really lovely people from all over the world, and getting to know them a little. I noticed Kim Anh’s very talented plate art creations when she posted one of her first ones on the Instant Pot group on Facebook and instantly fell in love with her work.
As you can see by the gorgeous creation above, she is indeed extremely talented, imaginative, and creative. But she also has a secret weapon–a little weapon that I just adore, and cannot get enough of. That secret weapon, is little Sam. I can watch videos with Sam over and over and over–and I do. Sam is a discerning eater, and very picky about what she eats. She and her mother work together to make things that are appealing to little Sam’s eye, as well as her taste buds. Look at that adorable face!
When Kim told me that she and Sam had made my Instant Pot Butter chicken and that Sam had actually enjoyed the chicken, I could not have been happier. That was even before I saw what Kim had fashioned, and before I saw little Sam’s mischievous eyes and her infectious smile.
It’s moments like these, and connections like these that are such a rewarding part of blogging.
I want you to guys to hear me on this. Kim is talented, and Kim is going places. Her work is very inspiring. I am very sure that Kim will be a famous, and well-known food artist within just a short time. She was featured on Huffington Post in this article, and also on Parent’s Magaine here, but that’s only the beginning. I suggest you guys start following her immediately so that you can say you knew her “when” because soon, Kim will be too famous to have time for us ordinary folks 😀
She is @plateartforkids on Instagram.
She also has a youtube channel where she shows you how to make her creations at home for your own little Sam
Say Hi to Kim, y’all.