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There is no ONE SECRET SAUCE ! I’m often asked on a regular basis what it takes to be a successful illustrator. Many think its super skills with watercolour, practical Photoshop knowledge or perhaps an outrageous amount of social media followers. Whilst these should be taken into consideration, your mindset and outlook plays a far more important role when embarking on, and sustaining a successful creative business. Your road to success will be unique, but there are certain common themes crop up time again when I talk to fellow creatives:
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Real success is found in how each of us mixes these ingredients with our unique experiences to create our own secret sauce.
The apples are harvested now and ready to be transformed into a whole lot of delicacies. Roast apples are uncomplicated, comforting, but delicious. We like to eat it with lukewarm vanilla sauce. Mmmmh!
For baking slightly tart apples are best. So I incorporated in this recipe a selection of tart apples that work well for baking. Delbarestivale is ripe in late summer, when the other baking apples are not available yet. Boskop is my all time favorite: it has a wonderfully complex aroma when baked, but I don‘t like to eat it raw. Cox orange, Elstar, and Jonagold are juicy and fresh when eaten raw, but when they are more ripe and tender they are perfect for baking. Granny Smith is my choice if I cannot get one of the other kinds, as they are available nearly all year round from some place over the world.
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!