Last week we discovered that our younger son, Will, is intolerant to gluten and dairy. We have big changes to make in how we eat, but I don’t want to turn our lives upside-down any more than necessary. We are pancakes and ice cream kind of people. So, aided by some books and some good friends who are already on this path, I’m learning how to feed my family in a new way and heal Will in the process. Last night we had oven-fried frito chicken fingers and mashed potatoes. It tasted good and we all felt normal, which is what I’m after.
So I was scouting around the net this morning looking for ideas and came across an incredibly fun website called They Draw and Cook. Artists submit recipes that they’ve illustrated for you to print and enjoy. A new batch of six recipes is submitted every three days, so there’s always fresh content. (And they have a gluten-free section.) Some of the contributors are professional illustrators, but anyone—even kids—can submit a recipe.
Featured art by Christine Hale, Nate Padavick, and Katie Gamb via creaturecomforts.