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For the Play Along Pasta challenge, I created this fun recipe illustration of a recipe that is a bit off the beaten path for pasta, but is full of flavor and easy to make. Great for fall and winter, but simple enough for all seasons.
Who doesn't love spending hours drooling over beautiful delicious food on Instagram? This is a collection of some of my favorite pretty purple food from there. What with all the natural rainbow colored food hype, I just had to draw some of them! It was so fun exploring all the different shades of purple for this series.
Nothing more fun than cooking home-made Yamballs with my family and friends on a relaxed weekend: This is a easy homemade recipe for everyone who loves Chinese desert to try out. If you like the bubbles in bubble tea then you wouldn't want to miss the yamballs.
Created for Rebecca Bradley's Illustrating the Edible course, Maryland Institute College of Art. Thank you for bringing up such a fun project!
I knew I wanted to draw desserts with beans, and upon doing some research, I found that different countries around Asia have their own versions of shaved ice and sweet beans. I wanted to highlight this fact in my illustration, so I made sure to include other ingredients that are particular to each country's interpretation of the dessert. I personally love having lots of beans in my halo-halo!
Beans Around the World. (Beans are GOOD for the world).
Beans are such a good substitution for meat. They're packed with protein and taste great. This bean burger recipe has even passed the test of a group of picky kids (some of them even liking it more than the beef burger in the 'taste test' we conducted).
As a New Year's tradition for having good luck in the coming new year, my family would enjoy a meal with black-eyed peas, ham and a dark leafy green like Jamaican callaloo leaves. I created this soup recipe when my children were sick over New Years Day, so that they could enjoy our family's tradition while getting lots of nutrients.