Drawing Inspiration: Bella Pizzelles

by in Holidays, Recipes, December 18th, 2010
Maryland artist Kristen Nohe joins in the party with a classic Italian delicacy. Click the image to expand.

They Draw & Cook The Dish is teaming up with Nate Padavick and Salli Swindell, founders of They Draw and Cook, all December to share holiday recipes rendered by artists and inspiring all sorts of seasonal cooking with Food Network chefs. Each day, stop by the Dish for a new drawing and Nate and Salli’s liner notes about the illustrations and the artists. Tell us which you like and why. A dollop of this, a dash of that and some talent add up to interesting ideas in the kitchen. Visit theydrawandcook.com for more info.

Pizzelles! Oh, what we wouldn’t give for a plate of pizzelles right now. For some reason, these little Italian waffles are so easy to eat a whole stack of without even thinking about it. They’re so light and crunchy and just sweet enough. This recipe is for the plain version, but you can also add a little flavoring such as vanilla, anise, lemon zest or even a little cocoa to satisfy everyone’s tastes.

We were first introduced to artwork of Kristen Nohe through a class assignment, in which her instructor Rebecca Bradley at Maryland Institute College of Art assigned her students to draw a recipe for They Draw and Cook. Kristen’s recipe was for peach cake and was so good that we decided to include it our cookbook, which comes out next fall. Next to try: the pizzelles, which are, well, just peachy.

See more illustrated recipes that will bring you holiday happiness today on They Draw and Cook. And get all sorts of holiday recipes at FoodNetwork.com.

—Nate Padavick & Salli Swindell from They Draw and Cook.

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