I’ve got quite a few things to do this evening, from making dinner, washing the rest of last week’s dishes, and hitting the gym for another round of my optimistically cosplay related workout routine of trying to get some definition in my arms before I dress up as a genderswapped version of Bane (which reminds me, I didn’t do my twenty-five pushups yesterday). But tomorrow… Tomorrow I have a very specific task to complete: read a comic book in public. And you should seriously consider putting it on your to-do list as well, and maybe even sending us some pictures. Here’s why!
Many of my art friends will tell you that food illustration is a tricky and intimidating subject. Visually how to do you transcribe the full experience of a dish, the smell, taste, texture, presentation, without attempting photorealism or becoming trapped within conventional illustration methods? In many cases the food looks awkward, the food’s allure is lost and unappetizing to the reader.
However, Sauceome (rhymes with awesome), by Sarah Becan suffers from NONE of these problems, and is perhaps one of the best food blogs I’ve seen.
A combination of memoir, recipe, body confidence, and food appreciation blog, Sauceome will entice you with adorable people, emotional honesty and warmth, and deliciously hunger-inducing illustrations.