COMFORT FOOD PROJECT

Feb 16
Interesting article on handwritten recipes and nostalgia:
“Handwritten Recipes Stir Up Memories” 

Interesting article on handwritten recipes and nostalgia:

Handwritten Recipes Stir Up Memories” 


Feb 15
Another beautiful project dedicated to handwritten recipes!  
Handwritten Recipes 

Another beautiful project dedicated to handwritten recipes!  

Handwritten Recipes 


Feb 14
Found these handwritten recipes while going through one of the cookbooks I picked up in Memphis. Ingredient lists, but no real instructions or product name.
From: Offbeat Eating 

Found these handwritten recipes while going through one of the cookbooks I picked up in Memphis. Ingredient lists, but no real instructions or product name.

From: Offbeat Eating 


Feb 13

Your most treasured recipes. 

Your most treasured recipes. 


A related project to the Comfort Food Project: Recovered Reciepies

A related project to the Comfort Food Project: Recovered Reciepies


Feb 12
Mel Robson: A ceramic artist in Brisbane, AustraliaFunctional and non-functional objects out of porcelain. These bowls are embellished with handwritten recipes from the women in her family.

Mel Robson: A ceramic artist in Brisbane, Australia
Functional and non-functional objects out of porcelain.
These bowls are embellished with handwritten recipes from the women in her family.


Feb 4
This is truly my idea of comfort food!
Turmeric and Saffron is beautiful blog was created by a woman named Azita. She says that she has been sharing these recipes since 2008, when she lost her Mother. Although these recipes are not in their original form (which possibly were not even written down), each one is described in a way that relates to her family, tradition and culture.  
These stories, traditions, techniques and delicious rich foods are close to my own heart. Over the years we even manages to convince my Grandmother to write some of them down for us. Each recipe has her unique quarks, and “secrets" imbedded in it, as well as interesting vague measurements. Each was translated into english, for my Mother, who now has passed some of her own discoveries to me.  
Turmeric and Saffron

This is truly my idea of comfort food!

Turmeric and Saffron is beautiful blog was created by a woman named Azita. She says that she has been sharing these recipes since 2008, when she lost her Mother. Although these recipes are not in their original form (which possibly were not even written down), each one is described in a way that relates to her family, tradition and culture.  

These stories, traditions, techniques and delicious rich foods are close to my own heart. Over the years we even manages to convince my Grandmother to write some of them down for us. Each recipe has her unique quarks, and “secrets" imbedded in it, as well as interesting vague measurements. Each was translated into english, for my Mother, who now has passed some of her own discoveries to me.  

Turmeric and Saffron


Feb 1
mymatryoshka:

Stamped Recipe Cards, from Etsy

mymatryoshka:

Stamped Recipe Cards, from Etsy


Jan 31

craftypantscarol:

Chicken Waikiki Beach!