You may be familiar with the concept of being a “big fish in a little pond” versus being a “little fish in a big pond” in certain life situations. As far as our plates go, let those of us with insatiable appetites always keep our them overflowing with deliciousness!
I came across this illustration I did back in college. With regard to having a bottomless pit of a stomach, it reminded me to not let any obstacles get in the way of my desire to eat large amounts of food without feeling over-indulged or sacrificing healthfulness. With a bit of devotion and creativity, anything is possible!
What is it about food that fascinates so many of us? Food inspiration is everywhere; blogs, television programs, magazines, etc. Countless social gatherings are centered around it. Perhaps the fact that food sits among the physiological needs at the base of Maslow’s hierarchy is what influences such a common infatuation. The food fanatic bandwagon is one I am proud to have jumped on, as over the years, it has brought much joy to my life through cooking and recipe developing. As an illustrator, it has strongly influenced my artwork. Grocery shopping is not a chore for me; it is an adventure. In many ways, I am just another foodie…though not completely… Continue reading