I have become incredibly interested in my personal health since April, and one of the ways that this has manifested is that I became knowledgable about culinary skills. When you prepare your own food, you have far more control over what you put into your body. I have always been enamored with the endless shows on Food Network which highlight a chef’s knife skills as a point of supremacy in a contest. The shows do not do a very good job of explaining what it means to have good knife skills. After some research, I learned about some basic culinary knife cuts, and decided to learn them myself by reading about, contemplating, then designing an infographic about them in preparation for doing the cuts myself. With a sharp knife, and fresh vegetables or other firm foods, they are fairly easy to do.
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- 20121211: a fork drawn in text by John LeMasney via 365sketches.org #creativecommons #design #cc-by #food (365sketches.org)
- 20121122: Sliced by John LeMasney via 365sketches.org #cc #design #typography (365sketches.org)
- 20121203: Cupcake made of text by John LeMasney via 365sketches.org #cc #design #food (365sketches.org)