Reblogged this on Ver, Comer Y Beber and commented:
Otra maravilla de Illustrated Bites
That’s yummy !
This is lovely! I’ve just stumbled across your blog and it’s wonderful. I’m obsessed with artichoke, so this post, especially, is great for me.🙂
I’m glad you like it!
Your Illustrations are awesome!! I love the different approach you have to posting recipes as Illustrations. Very Cool! I am nominating you for the Beautiful Blogger Award, Check out my latest blog post for more information!🙂
Reblogged this on Under an Artichoke and commented:
My blog name being what it is, and me being into art and food, of course I have to reblog this.🙂
I nominated you for the Liebster Blog Award! Check out my blog for how to recieve it!😉
You should consider sharing at https://www.facebook.com/HartfordillustrationMFA We are the nation’s only Low Residency MFA program dedicated exclusively to illustration. It’s also a great place to connect to other illustrators! I will gladly post this blog to our page!
Please do! I would love to share this with your community of illustrators. Cheers!
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