shameless cat cuteness

April 21, 2019 · Posted in Cookbook · Comment 

Some cool cookbook images:

shameless cat cuteness
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ok, this is my cat (sarah’s), and yes, she’s sitting on a COOKBOOK, so i decided it was loosely connected to the project (sorry, no technology!)

Taste of Eastside 2011 – 145
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Vegetarian recipes cookbook – Korean Tofu Strips

April 19, 2019 · Posted in Cookbook · Comment 

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Vegetarian recipes cookbook – Korean Tofu Strips
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Image by wherefishsing
ART. FOOD.
F E A S T.
the art-filled seasonal cookbook that happens to be vegetarian

Art meets food.
Vegetarian meals for everyone.

A cookbook filled with seasonal recipes (140!!).
An original painting that accompanies every recipe.
Easy, tasty vegetarian food with common ingredients.

This food themed painting is from my forthcoming cookbook. It was inspired by a recipe and has been created to capture something of the essence of it’s dish. All the original artworks are available to own.

Find more details, all the recipes (free!) & purchase the cookbook (when complete) at:
www.wherefishsing.com/cookbook

All available artwork is in the Official Art Store

the secret to fried food success?
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Image by bschmove
or maybe ryan’s just a great cook.

Momofuku is a cookbook
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Image by Klara Kim
David Chang and Annalise go through a remarkable emotional journey together … eventually healing each other through the power of noodles.

Peach, Blueberry & Blackberry Cobbler

April 14, 2019 · Posted in Cookbook · Comment 

A few nice cookbook images I found:

Peach, Blueberry & Blackberry Cobbler
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Image by ulterior epicure
Peach, Blueberry & Blackberry Cobbler Crisp

From the Common Grill Cookbook by Chef Craig Common.

I bought this cookbook many years ago at a used book sale. It was sleeveless, and had a coffee cup stain on the cover. At that time, I had never heard of Chef Craig Common or his restaurant, The Common Grill. Well, life has a funny way of tying things together. It wasn’t until my graduate school years, at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan, that I happened to hear of a great little restaurant about 20 minutes away in the sleepy town of Chelsea (which happens to also be the home of Jiffy Corn Muffin mix, believe it or not). A few of my professors used to ride their bikes over there on weekends for brunch…

… Read more and get the recipe on my blog.

These were made from the peaches I picked up yesterday morning at the farmers market.

Unfortunate Foodstuffs
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Image by amy_buthod

Vegetarian recipes cookbook – Locro de Papas

April 12, 2019 · Posted in Cookbook · Comment 

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Vegetarian recipes cookbook – Locro de Papas
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Image by wherefishsing
ART. FOOD.
F E A S T.
the art-filled seasonal cookbook that happens to be vegetarian

Art meets food.
Vegetarian meals for everyone.

A cookbook filled with seasonal recipes (140!!).
An original painting that accompanies every recipe.
Easy, tasty vegetarian food with common ingredients.

This food themed painting is from my forthcoming cookbook. It was inspired by a recipe and has been created to capture something of the essence of it’s dish. All the original artworks are available to own.

Find more details, all the recipes (free!) & purchase the cookbook (when complete) at:
www.wherefishsing.com/cookbook

All available artwork is in the Official Art Store

Globie Cookbook
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Image by Pamela Valentine
Cookbook from last year’s dinners

Image from page 156 of “The Boston Cooking School magazine of culinary science and domestic economics” (1896)
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Identifier: bostoncookingsch19hill_7
Title: The Boston Cooking School magazine of culinary science and domestic economics
Year: 1896 (1890s)
Authors: Hill, Janet McKenzie, 1852-1933, ed Boston Cooking School (Boston, Mass.)
Subjects: Home economics Cooking
Publisher: Boston : Boston Cooking-School Magazine
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
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osupply a recipe for this sauce. A Teaspoon of Fine Herbs By fine herbs is meant a mixtureof fine-chopped tarragon, parsley, cher-vil, shallots, chives, basil and mush-rooms, simmered or sweated (cookedslowly in a covered dish) in a little oil,butter or other fat. Fine Herbs Ome-let is the usual French omelet, to whichthe prepared herbs are added beforecooking. Fine Herbs Sauce is an Es-pagnole sauce, to which the preparedherbs are added. Romaine, Escarole and Chervil Romaine is the name given to avariety of straight-leaved lettuce; theinner leaves are usually blanched bytying up the mass of leaves. Escaroleis a variety of salad plant, quitesimilar to romaine and endive, but ismore thoroughly blanched than eitherof the former. In appearance it issimilar to a short head of celery, butwithout the green tips seen on celery.Chervil is an aromatic herb much usedon the Continent of Europe in soupsand sauces. It is one of the herbs thatforms the combination known as fineherbs. ADVERTISEMENTS

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Katara Cookbook

March 24, 2019 · Posted in Cookbook · Comment 

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Katara Cookbook
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Image by Mar1l1ze

Image from page 658 of “The Boston Cooking School magazine of culinary science and domestic economics” (1896)
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Identifier: bostoncookingsch19hill_7
Title: The Boston Cooking School magazine of culinary science and domestic economics
Year: 1896 (1890s)
Authors: Hill, Janet McKenzie, 1852-1933, ed Boston Cooking School (Boston, Mass.)
Subjects: Home economics Cooking
Publisher: Boston : Boston Cooking-School Magazine
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Public Library

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ith not a single discordant note to mar its simplebeauty. After the type of furniture has beenselected and the color scheme decidedupon, window hangings, couch covers,table and bureau scarfs and floorcoverings engage the bungalow^ ownersattention. For window curtains there is analmost unlimited variety to selectfrom. There are muslins and scrims,varying in price from ten to twenty-five cents a yard; a cheese cloth w^eavein creamy white, barred with stripesof various shades, such as pink, blue,green or yellow, costing twenty-fivecents a yard; linen taffeta, obtainablein almost every color, from naturalgray white to dark brown, mostly thesoft, dull shades; cretonnes, in numer-ous tasty patterns; coarse-meshednets in plain and fancy weaves; coloredMadras, and many other materials. Denims, canvases and burlaps,either in plain colors or printed infanciful designs, are suitable for couchcovers, and in addition there is aMocha canvas, fiftv inches wide, w7hich HOW TO FURNISH THE BUNGALOW 455

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Hand-Woven Rug costs fifty cents a yard, and is finelysuited for this purpose. There is alsoa heavy canvas of a mixed jute andlinen weave, which comes fifty incheswide at .25 a yard, in shades ofbrown, tan, blue, terra cotta and gray.It is admirable for couch co\^erings,and is also much employed for tableand bureau scarfs, and while it is oneof the more expensive materials, itpays in the long run to buy it, for itwears for many seasons and alwayslooks well. The next or fourth cut depicts achamber in a bungalow, located in avillage along the Merrimac River,and illustrates the use of muslin andcretonne as curtain hangings. Thewindows above the low, broad seatare shaded by simple white muslincurtains, while the seat space is definedby draperies of cretonne in shades ofNile green and pink, the flower patternmatching the design introduced in thenarrow molding which edges the plainwall surface. The effect produced ischarming, the colorings of the cre-tonne harmonizing perfectly with thege

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