Packaging made during an aiap workshop, “Design Per” in Bologna last October. We had to design a mark, graphics and packaging for a type of food, in this case “pasta” for broth, the “Stelline”, a paste for children.#5558
Semmelknoedel - design*sponge goes in the kitchen with Susanne Schanz Kropp and shares these Austrian bread dumplings.#5556
Kevin Taylor's Prima Restorante in Downtown Denver. Perfect Sunday Brunch location and inspired food to boot!#5553
Ikea: The Art of Cooking adverts ~ an amazing follow up to the cookbook by Carl Kleiner! Think ninja cooking mama, meets sesame street, meets infographics, meets baby/pot remix. It's awesome!#5551
Ahi tuna tacos with apples, cucumber, green onions and ginger topped with simple wasabi mayonnaise.#5544
Beggar's linguine by Dorie Greenspan. Linguine with dried fruit and nuts - intriguingly delicious. Wonderfully simple.#5543
This recipe for homemade yeast donuts is quick, simple, and virtually foolproof. The frosting — even better than the donuts.
Deviled Quail Eggs with Wasabi and Lemon: Part of a trio of quail egg appetizers I made for a sushi party!#5537
Hazelnut pastry case with a layer of homemade, seedless Raspberry Jam and White Chocolate and mascarpone ganache - scrumptious!
Rhubarb, one of eight foods featured in the March Seasonal Food Guide. There's also kumquats, nettles, spring onions, asparagus, carrots and lamb.#5533
Chocolate Mint Sandwich Cookies - Each with a generous portion of a mint infused white chocolate in the middle!#5526
Caramelized Banana and Fig Oatmeal: caramelized bananas and fig preserves make for a mighty tasty breakfast!#5525
Medieval Beef Stew for St. Patrick's Day, sweet and sour with fennel and leeks served with an oatmeal 'risotto'... history tastes delicious!#5522
Walnut encrusted prawns with ponzu glaze — a dinner party recipe sure to impress your friends.#5520
Kanz Outdoors Field KItchen! Bear Resistant! It stores a camping stove and cookware and provides a working platform. Together with the Field Pantry, Ice box, and more it is a complete kitchen system.#5518
Collard Greens! This basic soul food staple can grow into a 5 foot tall tree!!! And it makes a tasty dish when fried up with some bacon.#5514