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Desserts in general were always my favorite part of a meal (still are!), and as a kid it was an awesome night when we had a homemade fruit tart and a scoop of vanilla ice cream for dessert!
This illustration is meant to evoke the experience of synaesthesia, a joining or merging of senses that aren't normally connected, a harmless and slightly odd neurological phenomenon I've experienced since I was a kid (when the number 8 was always purple, the too-loud radio made it hard to see, and squares were boys.)
Sometimes I feel flavors as colors: sweet things are pastel soft, sour flavors are neon bright. Apricot streusel bars give you a little bit of both sweet and sour -- enjoy the rainbow!
Do you love smoothies as much as I do? I like to combine and experiment with ingredients because there is such a big variety of tasty vegetables, fruits, berries, nuts, leaves... such a big variety of colors and flavors! Yummy! Try out these rainbow smoothies!
I'm in love with this granola recipe because it turns one's kitchen into a sweet, herb-y aroma heaven. Adding a bit of rosemary/sage to the recipe lineup gives this chunky treat a little flavor depth and works great as a topping on just about everything (smoothies, yogurt, ice-cream, crumble). As always, be generous with the salt ;-)
Kolacky is a Polish cookie which my mom, sister, and I bake during the holidays. I wanted to convey a sense of warmth and lightheartedness in this recipe so the viewer could feel the mood in my mom's kitchen while we bake these delicious cookies!
This was done for Rebecca Bradley's Illustrating the Edible class at the Maryland Institute College of Art.