Spiced Cider Recipe Print, 8x10"
As I’ve explored and embraced the creative aspects of cooking over the years, I connected more to the idea of sharing both art and something as universal as a meal or snack with loved ones. This led to the start of this illustration series. I chose to start with simple, but varied recipes for refrigerator pickles, some lemon poppy seed bread and a sweet potato crust quiche. I’ve also added on my roommate’s mom’s apple nut bread recipe that has been an apartment favorite.
Originally created using watercolor paint and micron pen, these are printed in-house and shipped using post-consumer, recycled packaging from EcoEnclose.
How your purchase impacts our community and environment:
10% of the profits from this print series are donated to a loved part of the Jamaica Plain neighborhood, Community Servings. Community Servings envisions a world in which everyone has access to the nutritious food they need for health and wellbeing as a fundamental right. They provide medically tailored meals for the critical ill, off nutrition education, food service job training for people facing barriers to full-time employment, increase access to locally-grown food and more.
To read more about their services and ways you could make an additional donation of money or time, visit: https://www.servings.org/
All of these prints are printed on Entrada Rag Bright 300# premium archival paper. This paper is acid-free, 100% post-consumer cotton and produced by a facility powered by 100% wind energy. More about the company's sustainability practices and what actually makes paper eco-friendly can be found here: https://legionpaper.com/environment