A decade of food pictures

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As a designer interested in sustainability, I’ve learned a lot of lessons from food system innovators. And as a daughter of a mother who owned and operated a catering business called Gorgeous Food, well, I think food is gorgeous.

So I have a lot of food photos. I used to share them on facebook but since I am cutting back on social media these days, I’ve gathered a bunch of those photos into this google album. Enjoy!

If you’d like to use some of my pictures for something of your own, you may do so as long as you attribute the image(s) to me with a link to this blog.

 

TAKE IT FURTHER

Michael Pollan’s In Defense of Food on PBS

some of my favorite regional food makers:

Sweet Land Farm (our CSA)

Good Food Collective (innovative distributor in ROC)

Greenstar Coop

New Hope Mills (the pancakes!)

Wiemer Vineyard

Lively Run Goat Dairy

 

 

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Friday’s Printable: Open Oranges

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On Fridays, I post a pair of printable cards made from shots that I snap on my phone.

Print them out, keep them for yourself, or share with friends. Enjoy! Download this week’s cards here

A few production tips

  • PRINTING. Use cardstock to print these out and make sure the print settings are set to “actual size.”
  • CUTTING. I included a little mark halfway down the page so that you know where to cut. The best way to cut this in half is with a metal straight edge and an x-acto knife.
  • FOLDING. The best way to fold these is to line up the corners, then use a long flat edge, like the side of a marker, to make the crease.
  • MAILING. You’ll need some envelopes. Something like this should do the trick.

You can find more printables here

Friday’s Printable: Coney Isle and The Lake

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On Fridays, I post a pair of printable cards made from shots that I snap on my phone.

Print them out, keep them for yourself, or share with friends. Enjoy! Download this week’s cards here

A few production tips

  • PRINTING. Use cardstock to print these out and make sure the print settings are set to “actual size.”
  • CUTTING. I included a little mark halfway down the page so that you know where to cut. The best way to cut this in half is with a metal straight edge and an x-acto knife.
  • FOLDING. The best way to fold these is to line up the corners, then use a long flat edge, like the side of a marker, to make the crease.
  • MAILING. You’ll need some envelopes. Something like this should do the trick.

You can find more printables here

 

 

Friday’s Printable: Berries and Power

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On Fridays, I post a pair of printable cards made from shots that I snap on my phone.

Print them out, keep them for yourself, or share with friends. Enjoy! Download this week’s cards here

A few production tips

  • PRINTING. Use cardstock to print these out and make sure the print settings are set to “actual size.”
  • CUTTING. I included a little mark halfway down the page so that you know where to cut. The best way to cut this in half is with a metal straight edge and an x-acto knife.
  • FOLDING. The best way to fold these is to line up the corners, then use a long flat edge, like the side of a marker, to make the crease.
  • MAILING. You’ll need some envelopes. Something like this should do the trick.

You can find more printables here

Friday’s Printable: Saturday Edition!

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I forgot to make a printable yesterday and wrote a post instead. So here’s this week’s printable, better late than never. Enjoy!

Download this week’s cards here

A few production tips

  • PRINTING. Use cardstock to print these out and make sure the print settings are set to “actual size.”
  • CUTTING. I included a little mark halfway down the page so that you know where to cut. The best way to cut this in half is with a metal straight edge and an x-acto knife.
  • FOLDING. The best way to fold these is to line up the corners, then use a long flat edge, like the side of a marker, to make the crease.
  • MAILING. You’ll need some envelopes. Something like this should do the trick.

You can find more printables here

Friday’s Printable: Honeysuckle and Baby Goats!

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On Fridays, I post a pair of printable cards made from shots that I snap on my phone. Print them out, keep them for yourself, or share with friends. Enjoy! Download this week’s cards here

A few production tips

  • PRINTING. Use cardstock to print these out and make sure the print settings are set to “actual size.”
  • CUTTING. I included a little mark halfway down the page so that you know where to cut. The best way to cut this in half is with a metal straight edge and an x-acto knife.
  • FOLDING. The best way to fold these is to line up the corners, then use a long flat edge, like the side of a marker, to make the crease.
  • MAILING. You’ll need some envelopes. Something like this should do the trick.

You can find more printables here

Friday’s Printable: Raspberries and Goldenrod

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On Fridays, I post a pair of printable cards made from shots that I snap on my phone. Print them out, keep them for yourself, or share with friends. Enjoy! Download this week’s cards here

A few production tips

  • PRINTING. Use cardstock to print these out and make sure the print settings are set to “actual size.”
  • CUTTING. I included a little mark halfway down the page so that you know where to cut. The best way to cut this in half is with a metal straight edge and an x-acto knife.
  • FOLDING. The best way to fold these is to line up the corners, then use a long flat edge, like the side of a marker, to make the crease.
  • MAILING. You’ll need some envelopes. Something like this should do the trick.

You can find more printables here

 

Friday’s Printable: Ernesto’s Diner

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On Fridays, I post a pair of printable cards made from shots that I snap on my phone. Print them out, keep them for yourself, or share with friends. Enjoy! Download this week’s cards here

A few production tips

  • PRINTING. Use cardstock to print these out and make sure the print settings are set to “actual size.”
  • CUTTING. I included a little mark halfway down the page so that you know where to cut. The best way to cut this in half is with a metal straight edge and an x-acto knife.
  • FOLDING. The best way to fold these is to line up the corners, then use a long flat edge, like the side of a marker, to make the crease.
  • MAILING. You’ll need some envelopes. Something like this should do the trick.

You can find more printables here

Friday’s Printable: Cosmos and Snowy Redbud

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On Fridays, I post a pair of printable cards made from shots that I snap on my phone. Print them out, keep them for yourself, or share with friends. Enjoy! Download this week’s cards here

A few production tips

  • PRINTING. Use cardstock to print these out and make sure the print settings are set to “actual size.”
  • CUTTING. I included a little mark halfway down the page so that you know where to cut. The best way to cut this in half is with a metal straight edge and an x-acto knife.
  • FOLDING. The best way to fold these is to line up the corners, then use a long flat edge, like the side of a marker, to make the crease.
  • MAILING. You’ll need some envelopes. Something like this should do the trick.

You can find more printables here

Friday’s Printable: Some Color for You!

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Oof. It’s still pretty cold and grey here in Ithaca, NY. But soon it will come alive. Here’s to looking forward!

On Fridays, I post a pair of printable cards made from shots that I snap on my phone. Print them out, keep them for yourself, or share with friends. Enjoy!

Download this week’s cards here

A few production tips

  • PRINTING. Use cardstock to print these out and make sure the print settings are set to “actual size.”
  • CUTTING. I included a little mark halfway down the page so that you know where to cut. The best way to cut this in half is with a metal straight edge and an x-acto knife.
  • FOLDING. The best way to fold these is to line up the corners, then use a long flat edge, like the side of a marker, to make the crease.
  • MAILING. You’ll need some envelopes. Something like this should do the trick.

You can find more printables here