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This is my submission for the design challenge - Edible Flowers.
I love to paint flowers, and to combine them with a recipe illustration has been a wonderful experience as I illustrated this DANDELION JELLY. The Dandelion blossoms and leaves are handpainted in watercolours and digitized for this purpose.
I get a veg box delivered most weeks. It started as a way of encouraging me to eat more veg and has become a creative outlet both in and out of the kitchen.
It forces me to use vegetables I probably wouldn't buy myself. I was never a huge fan of cauliflower unless it was smothered in cheese sauce. However it kept coming in the boxes, and would just loiter in the fridge... so I had to find a way of using it.
This curry is an adaptation of one from a Sainsbury's magazine. It's delicious, it uses a lot of cauliflower, it's simple and (bonus) it's vegan. It's brilliant for big parties because you can just make a huge pot of it, it's not overly spicy and avoids the most common allergens.
The 10 Steps or Less recipe series is something I'm working on part time, but this was the first one I made entirely on the iPad rather than doing the lineart by hand.
My Nana always makes a delicious broccoli casserole for holiday dinners and she keeps the same old piece of paper with the recipe on it, so I decided to give it an upgrade! I kept her authentic script for the ingredients and steps but I illustrated everything else and hand lettered the title. Do you like broccoli? It is definitely one of my favorite vegetables! So yummy!
I am a student at Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
This chowder is absolutley my favorite thing that my boyfriend makes for us, and I often bug him to make it. You can make the cashew cream at home by blending up soaked cashews, salt, and water!
Here I tried to bring in some Indian influence on the border. I am a fan of the paper texture and how organic a drawing looks. This was supposed to have been submitted for the beans around the world contest but I didn't finish on time.
As a child, my father had Friday's off from work. In the morning, he would put on a big pot of pinto beans that we would eat together for lunch. I would sit at the table and play with my toy animals and use uncooked beans as ‘feed.’ We always had fresh tortillas for scooping and my dad would shred cheese for us to put on top. This is one of my favorite memories growing up! My mom would then turn the leftover beans into refried beans for other meals over the next few days.
Since I can remember, my family has enjoyed black eyed peas and other savory side dishes on New Year's Day to symbolize the good luck and fortune we want to invite into our new year. This illustration depicts our recipe (with a few modern updates) and shows a family enjoying the tradition. As I was finalizing this illustration I found some old stationery my late mother had written some recipes on. It was such a treat to be able to include it in this drawing about family traditions.
This is a dish I concocted one evening as I was rummaging through my cupboards fancying something beany with a smoky flavour which would also use up a random carrot and a few tomatoes. I'm always delighted when these dishes turn out well and this one has become a favourite of mine. You can have it with rice, in fajitas or with (my favourite), baked sweet potato. The combination of the smoky beans with the sweetness of sweet potato is a total delight, nom! Happy beaning!