Though all of the Food Network Star finalists' accomplished dishes should be camera ready as well as pleasing to look at, this week's Mentor Challenge put the special emphasis upon artful culinary designs. Smiley faces, turkey patties the la turkeys, flowering plants as well as fish they all done appearances upon the plate with the assistance of almost-too-cute-to-eat foods. And most appropriate of all, many of the dishes tasted as considerable as they looked. Come the Star Challenge, "the wheel of mythicality" struck as well as helped change the competitors' subsequent offerings, as well as even in spite of the little oddity ingredient combos consider kimchi as well as bread pudding the formula were successful.We picked up the winning recipes from both of the challenges. Check outthe mentors' tip picks of plates below, afterwards crop some-more of the most appropriate dishes from past episodes.Fish Tail Corn Cream Salad(pictured above)Featuring the bottom of spiced pureed corn, Tregaye's too-cute fish design boasts the body of what else but ethereal lox. To create almost-translucent "scales," she thinly slices radishes.Risotto as well as Radicchio TulipsWhile the purple-colored radicchio forms the petals of Damiano's tulip, his Gorgonzola-laced risotto is the filling, as well as the branch of the flower is the colourful immature onion (you can make use of either scallions or chives, depending upon what we have upon hand).Ahi Tuna MeltBoastingbold ingredients like cayenne, Dijon as well as brownish-red sugar, Jernard's spicy-sweet sauce gets slathered upon bread for his reinvented patty melt. The sandwich is layered with slices of succulent grilled tuna as well as the duo of cheeses for over-the-top flavor.Octopus Mac as well as CheeseTregaye achieves the better-together combination of textures in her crispy cornmeal-coated octopus, which she serves with gooey mac as well as cheese laced with cheddar as well as Jack.Tune in to Food Network Star upon Sundays during 9|8c.