Thursday, April 5, 2012

Books2Eat

I am a member of a group of textile artists who meet monthly to share their experiences and since I was hosting this month's meeting and it coincided with the International Edible Books Festival I threw out the challenge to the group. Here are the results.
The Turning by Tim Winton
Gail Stiffe: besan flour pikelets with beetroot chutney and ham

Gluten Free Muffin
Gail Stiffe: gluten free muffins and icing
There's a Hippopotamus on my Roof Eating Cake by Hazel Edwards
Ruth Hotchin: Chocolate pastry and cake
Dyeing to Eat
Jan Horner: mountain bread with food dyes, and celery (bound with celery string)
Green Asps and Ham with apologies to Dr Seuss
Gail Stiffe: asparagus and ham, piano hinge binding
Give us this Day
Lin Hughes: bread, salmon, asparagus, mayonaise, currants, bound with chives
Ribbons
Sue Bishop: bread and fillings
Ye Olde Herbal
Denise Leslie: Mountain bread, cheese, ham, gherkins, bound with chives
Quinces
Di Warwick: savoury biscuits, quince paste, cheese, spinach, teabags and kitchen string

4 comments:

Carol said...

What a clever bunch you are, and funny, too. I love Green Asps and Ham.

Aaron said...

What an amazing menu here. I don`t look that much in the ingredients rather than the creativity. Keep up the good work.

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riki jorden said...

Nice collection of photos, thanks to share this information.


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William James said...

this is nice celebration done by you and your group. and in real life it is good for honey life.
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