Designer Jing Zhang took traditional foods from a variety of cultures and created illustrated recipe cards that show exactly how each item is made. From hamburgers to Siu Mai, the illustrated recipe cards make each step of the cooking process enticing and animated.
While the images illustrate the journey of each ingredient to the final food product to the dining table with detail and imagination, the type explains exactly how to make the dish. These unique illustrated recipe cards prove that a recipe can be engaging and animated. Their non-traditional presentation invites the reader to try cooking something new.
Recipe sharing is a huge Internet phenomenon, and these illustrated recipe cards offer a new way to guide users through the process of sharing and cooking.
Illustrated Recipe Cards
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