This Cookbook by Katie Shelly Turns Recipes into Infographics

By: Tia Clarke - Published: May 5, 2013 • References: fastcodesign & designtaxi
This charming cookbook by New York-based designer Katie Shelly uses infographics to spell out recipes for aspiring cooks. The books break down the format of traditionally text-heavy recipes books into a number of simple ingredients and methods. Not only are the recipes contained incredibly easy to follow, but they are visually pleasing too.

The book blurb describes 'Picture Cook: See. Make. Eat.' as a book that "distills 50 homey recipes into their most basic components and renders them step by step in enchanting line drawings like nothing ever seen in a cookbook." This unique idea would certainly save time in the kitchen and would make an excellent gift for beginner cooks. The cookbook will be released in October 2013. Stats for Minimalist Infographic Cookbooks Trending: Older & Average
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