Anonymous asked: hi! I just discovered your site through Very Short List. Did the inspiration for some of your childhood drawings come from "Berenstein Bears and Too Much Junk Food" by any chance? I too was obsessed with illustrations of food in children's books when I was a kid, and that one had lots of "Yums" and other fun things to look at. The Brambly Hedge books were another...
racheme asked: I am sooooo happy to see this blog because food is my favourite subject in art hurhur and your illustrations are gorgeoussssss <3 I would like to suggest soups! Cream soups specifically, you know, mushrooms, chicken, tomatoes, what-have-yous.
redcowboyboots asked: Hey Kali! Awesome new blog, it's made me pine for my favorite sandwich at On The Hill- it's called The Eutaw and it's made of spinach, beats, avocado, spicy mayo, and goat cheese. So tasty and also pretty, you should go enjoy one for me while I'm out of town! -Devin
deskinlaw asked: I wanna see what u can do with cheesecake....
alexandergracey asked: Get a pot of water and make a large batch of black tea. Then add garlic, a few dried shiitake mushrooms and salt to season. Then prep some artichokes by pulling off all the leaves, spooning out all the choke and cleaning up the rest of the unwanted green parts with a vegetable peeler. Poach artichokes in the tea until tender. Remove and slice then saute with brown butter. Mix with pasta and fresh...
jessisaurisjealous asked: suggestion: pasta, maybe? i had this amazing pasta from California Pizza Kitchen (which are only in the USA, i think- so depending on where you live you might be able to go to one). it was spaghetti with raw chopped tomatoes, cooked asparagus and spinach, and permesan cheese. it sounds simple (and it is), but it was so good!! *drools* :)
Anonymous asked kalieats: Next semester...
Hey, awesome! Have fun with your new kitchen! It’s always nice to get more space. :) I don’t follow any sandwich-specific blogs (and to be honest I wasn’t expecting to draw this many sandwiches in a row— I eat other things too!) but there are various types of food blogs I like to follow, like these: *Marian Churchland’s hchom.com was actually an indirect inspiration...
aberleigh asked: I had the most amazing sandwich at a local cafe. It was thick cut ham and brie cheese on a soft baguette then melted with a drizzle of spicy mango sauce. Everything complemented everything else perfectly!
47minutesago asked: Something to broil, from bottom to top: slice of bread, avocado/guac spread like mayo, tuna mixed with thick salsa, cheese. :9