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Every Christmas Eve, my family and I make all sorts of finger foods to eat while we watch "A Charlie Brown Christmas." These Martha Stewart sausage balls are always the star of the show; we make one tray to eat on Christmas Eve, and another to eat for breakfast while we unwrap presents on Christmas morning. In this illustration I wanted to document our favorite Christmas recipe and capture the charming 1960s style of our favorite Christmas movie, "A Charlie Brown Christmas."
I created this recipe as a student project in Ohn Mar Win's Skillshare Class "Food Illustration: Design a Vintage Style Illustrated Recipe."
Food Geometry. When you have Japanese set meal, you'll see all kinds of shapes and forms from the tableware. On top of that, There are perfectly shaped triangle rice balls called Onigiri, rectangular-shaped omelette and even small dices of tofu in Miso soup!. I also draw traditional Japanese pattern often seen in Furoshiki clothes in the background to give the artwork the sense of place.
Tuscan Tortellini Soup is something that my mom makes at home a lot (though it is not a recipe she made up entirely on her own) and is always something that I look forward to when I'm home visiting from school. She makes it a little extra spicy which I love, and ALWAYS makes it in this huge, teal colored pot. If you haven't had it before, you should definitely try it now! For anyone who's curious, this design and type was all drawn and arranged by myself on Photoshop using a Wacom tablet.