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The first thing that comes to my mind when I think of geometry is the beautiful quilts my grandma would make. Though she would have said she was terrible at math, she created patterns and shapes effortlessly. Her house was always decorated with the beautiful quilts she had designed. And being from Upstate New York, it was also always filled with the smells of freshly baked apple pies, another specialty of hers that she could whip up with no recipe in a moments notice! So my entry for the food geometry challenge is a perfect fall pairing and an ode to my grandma: a freshly baked apple pie and a warm quilt!
A modern geometric representation of traditional dish ingredients from my home country Syria. It is called "Okra with Cilantro" and it is served with rice. The ingredients written in Arabic are: okra, meet, tomato sauce, oil, tomatoes, cilantro, garlic, salt & peper and lemon.
One of Mom's many famous deserts was her individual Baked Alaskas. She usually made them with French Vanilla ice cream (Dad's favorite), but I thought it would be fun to pair the pineapple and coconut with raspberry ice cream instead.
Well, I thought I was done drawing panels for this challenge...until my husband went fishing with his friend. The fishing buddy caught a salmon and brought over some cut pieces of fish for my husband to smoke. I now attribute the inspiration for two panels to my husband. Thanks, Scott!
Nothing says FOOD GEOMETRY like these delectable, decadent, & delicious desserts! Which is your favorite . . . chocolate cake, hazelnut napoleon, carrot cake, berry bar, tiramisù, triple-berry cake, peanut brittle, cookie-dough brownie, white cake, red velvet cake, baklava, or dark chocolate fudge? Hmmm . . .
The food with the most elegant of geometry. It comes in squares, triangles, circles, and toruses (bagel 'zas). This piece illustrates the mathematical beauty of pizza in all its form, from the ingredients up.