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I loved this theme! I enjoy cooking with root veggies very much. They are flavor bombs and packed with everything healthy. But illustrating this cornucopia of root vegetables made me positively giddy. I had so much fun with all their colors and textures. Thank you Salli and Nate for coming up with all those wonderful prompts!
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Mason jars have become such a simple and easy way to serve up individual portions. Here’s an array of hot beverages and trifle desserts sure to tempt your holiday sweet tooth!
Are you an eggnog fan like me? I love it topped with a little whipped cream and a sprinkle of nutmeg. Mmm! How about a delicious cranberry trifle! These desserts are often too pretty to eat and yet we still manage to make them disappear!
Do you love to make music in the kitchen? What are your favorite kitchen tools? Do you have certain staples in your pantry or spices you cook with more often than others? I enjoy cooking and wanted to create a countertop scene to honor some of the music we create in the kitchen. The heavy metal (grater, colander, can opener), the dynamic duo of oil & vinegar, the spice girls, you get the idea. ;) It was fun pulling these together and then creating sub illustrations that focused on different elements!
Laddoos or sweet spherical balls made of a variety of things, an integral part of any festivity in Indian subcontinent. Festive mood and festivals is all about sweets and more sweets :) these laddoos can be made of Coconut, Chickpea flour, Wheat flour, Rice puffs, Sesame, Ragi flour, Amaranth and/or Dry fruits
This recipe is another oldie but goodie, I think from an aunt who loved pistachios. Back in the day when Mom entertained frequently, this cake could be quickly put together from what were her pantry staples. The only trick is to use the largest Cool Whip you can find, both to ensure that the frosting isn’t grainy and to have enough for filling and topping. I’ve also served this cake for Easter because the color works so well for that occasion, too.