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STEP 3:

Start marking out the irregular parallel lined pattern that the High Line is known for by dragging a fork gently across the surface of the mashed potatoes. Our mini High Line isn't 100% exact, but if you want to be precise about where to place the lines, use this handy dandy aerial view map.

MATERIALS:

- 5 plastic sushi takeout containers - 12 pairs of wooden chopsticks - black paint - black paper - a fork - foil - glue - a knife - A spatula or spoon - FOOD! You can get pretty creative here and substitute whatever you like but here is what we used:

- mashed potatoes - chinese chives - yams or carrots - stuffing - cranberry paste or quince paste - baby corn - purple corn or whatever corn you have at your local greenmarket - pickled red peppers - soymeat (in an effort to make this recipe vegetarian) - broccoli - dried rosemary - agar agar + blue food coloring (for the water feature) - mexican corncakes or cornbread - enoki mushrooms (for the “people”) - wasabi flavored sesame seeds - black sesame seeds

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  1. Jill Fehrenbacher Jill Fehrenbacher November 22, 2011 at 9:30 pm

    Yuka, this is amazing! You are incredible!