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These Spot graphic and pattern, are about the importance of having a vegan meal a day.
Even if you are not 100% vegetarian, you can improve your health and help the planet by eating only fruit and veggies in one of your meals.
Of course, you need to buy fresh products at the farmer’s market.
I just looked at my groceries and draw them.
Most of them, can be eaten raw, so no need for a recipe.
Both are available at my website: www.gloriasurfacepatterndesign.com ready to be licensed and printed in kitchenware.
I love cheese and especially a good cheese board. I wanted to highlight some different cheeses that I enjoy along with some food that I enjoy eating with these cheeses. I specifically wanted to include fondue as I have a very fond memory of my first time having it, years ago on a family vacation in France.
My favorite cheese recipe involves putting yummy cheese on a board with all sorts of yummy and beautiful things with it! Meats, crackers, breads, spreads, veggies, fruit - pretty much anything is fair game. We love this as a simple weeknight meal.
I was born in Venezuela and like all the Caribbean countries we have colorful markets full of fruits and smells and impressions. I want to show how these colors stayed in my mind and how the beauty of a papaya, grenada or pineapple can bring your taste buds to sprinke.
Along with a cook-book project I drew a lot of juicy fruits for the desert and drink recipes and I wanted to reuse them in a nice pattern design :) The technique is a mixture of coloured pencils, water color and some help for the light spots with procreate. I hope you like it!
Now that I live away from Spain, what I miss most is the fruit and vegetables, specially some varieties you can only find there.
We are very lucky to have amazing heirloom vegetables and fruit. They make great ingredients in the Mediterranean diet, they are tasty and unique, especially when collected at the peak of they ripeness.
There are many other veggies and fruits I left out, for instance, borage is very popular where I was brought up, Aragon.
When I read the description of the contest, and I thought about home flavors, it came to my mind the sweetness of juicy peaches, fresh salads with roasted piquillos, a cold melon left in a stream to get cold for dessert after a picnic… I did some research on Spanish fruits and vegetables, and surprisingly, I could find much information or any map on the subject!