Creating a candy in Prague

Create.  The best part about creating something is being in the moment, relishing the creativity you’re experiencing, and letting your actions guide you to an end goal. Then you can step back and admire your work!

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Have you ever seen how sweets are created? Well… Not only I had never seen it, but I never thought of it! However, when in Prague few weeks ago, myself and a friend of mine saw a little crowd gathered in front of a shopping window, so we decided to approach them, and guess what.. there were two guys creating sweets!!

They started rolling out this yellow paste on their table and cutting it…

I love the expression of that little girl 🙂

Then they let it seep and then they put it together again for a couple of times..

Afterwards they hanged it on a hook and started kneading it again.

Well, to cut a long story short,  we didn’t stay for the whole process and the result was something like this 🙂

Nice creation, huh?

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16 responses to “Creating a candy in Prague

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    • It’s quite interesting to see how they actually create things that we take so much for granted, like sweets, I never thought that there was so much work behind it 🙂

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  4. What a sweet and amazing creation. I saw a Japanese Candy shaped into various animals at Disney Epcot. It was fun. My son felt bad when they missed giving him one. He was only 4 then. Great post.

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    • Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment! I think those guys are kind of sick of eating sweets after working there, what do you think? 🙂

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