The Starving Artist Cookbook by Sara Zin
Illustrated Recipes for First-Time Cooks

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Synopsis

When life hands you lemons… paint them and then write down the recipes.

Aspiring artist Sara Zin turned 30 and hit a wall. She was hungry―starving―to find meaning in her art. Plus, she really wanted a home-cooked meals. Zin didn't know how to make them; she never learned how to cook. She decided it was time. And, as a painter, it was only logical that she paint every dish once it was prepared. This cookbook is the result of that year's journey, with basic recipes for:

French Toast and Crispy Bacon The Manly BurgerTomato SoupSimple CarbonaraOatmeal Cookies

This book will appeal to anyone who likes to eat―starving or not.

90 hand-drawn illustrations
 

About Sara Zin

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Sara Zin is an illustrator, graphic designer, and painter who combined her passion for art with her love of food. Her work has appeared in galleries across America. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband.
 
Published May 10, 2016 by Countryman Press. 256 pages
Genres: Self Help, Arts & Photography, Cooking. Non-fiction
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