lime juice serves the doulbe purpose of FLAVOR and delays OXIDIZING (to avoid the brown color it takes)…thank you for another lovely illustration!
I love your illustrations – they’re so pleasing to look at and informative too. Have you considered including the ‘pin it’ button? I’d certainly pin them if you did. I hope your exhibition went well by the way:-)
Hi! I just added the pin button and several other share buttons. Thanks for the suggestion!
Beautiful artwork. Cooking is an art. You’ve help to take the fear out of the avocado.
HERMOSO!! ESTA ELECCIÓN DE FRUTAS HIERBAS ETC HACEN QUE LO QUE ES TAN GRÁFICO NO SE OLVIDEN!!!
I love your illustrations! Amazing!
A delectable ode to everyones favorite avocado salad. Most marvelous!
You have the most beautiful illustrations! They make cooking seem like exactly what it should be: FUN!! Just awesome! (^_^)
This is such a great little blog, thanks for posting! :)
Your blog is so creative and practical – thank you!
Always love your illustrations :)
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Love this – you always make the typefaces work really well together with your drawings. That’s a skill in itself!
i learned of you via dorie greenspan’s pinterest acct. just now took a long cool fun walk thru your archive of illustrations. some of these would be amaaazing as prints hung up on kitchen walls, heather diane. the colours, the font, the cleverness, the originality, the fun styling… i could go on and on about how much i dig your work. looking forward to following you and your hand as you draw your way into more yummy-ness. best wishes sent ~
Whoa, whoa, whoa! No garlic?? (Though it’s still very cute, of course.)
Oh poop! I forgot. I was just going from memory.
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omg i’m so making this as a summer treat :)
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Not only is your artwork inspiring, but your recipes are fantastic. This is such a good recipe that even made my flatmate (who will not eat avocado) eat avocado! This did not last 5 minutes.
Well done on a beautiful site. I always look forward to seeing what you have been doing.
No thank you! It’s always motivating to hear when some one enjoys the art and actually uses the recipes on my blog. Cheers!
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