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Number of Pages: 96
Vendor: Rodale Press
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 9.00 X 1.00 (inches)|
Color your way to calm and purpose while cooking delicious foodall with one book!
Drawing inspiration from her beautiful blog A Cozy Kitchen, cookbook author and food blogger Adrianna Adarme has created an adult coloring cookbook with 40 happy, cozy, and tasty recipes and illustrationsincluding pizza for breakfast and kaleidoscope ratatouille tartsresulting in a color-as-you-cook pattern extravaganza, garnished with sprinkles.
The simple-to-make, delicious-to-eat recipes are accompanied by charming drawings by illustrator Amber Day, who encourages you to be creative with your color choicesmake your strawberries green and your latte blue if you like! Make this book as vibrant as the farmers' market and as fun to play with as an unchartered weekend day. As a bonus, Adarme's adorable pet Corgi, Amelia, prances through the pages, beckoning you to color her as she tries to steal cakes off the counter and dreams about doggie treats.
Adrianna Adarme is the author of The Year of Cozy, published by Rodale in 2015. She is also a recipe developer and blogger. Her blog, A Cozy Kitchen, has become a place for people to read entertaining antecdotes about daily life and to find delicious, comforting recipes. Adarme and A Cozy Kitchen have been featured in Saveur, Self, The Pioneer Woman, Refinery29, Oh Joy, and Rachel Zoe's Zoe Report, among others. She lives in Los Angeles with her boyfriend, Joshua, and her Corgi, Amelia.
Amber Day is an illustrator, photo stylist, and fashion designer working out of the Arts District in Los Angeles. Some of her clients include WeAr Magazine, Salted TV, Raw Juicery, Groundwork Coffee, John Ruvin Supply, and Cream Magazine. When she's not working, she's busy trying new cuisines around the world, immersing herself in design, and spoiling her dog, Kale.
A Cozy Coloring Cookbook is sure to kick off the trend of color-as-you-cook recipes. Refinery29
"The first adult coloring book and cookbook of its kind is packed with sweet and savory dishes for all occasions." Paste Magazine
"The adult coloring book trend and cookbooks have finally collided." Eater