Cooking Up Comics Brings Weekly Recipes

Alisa Harris has launched Cooking Up Comics, a weekly vegetarian recipe strip. I’m firmly carnivore, but I need to eat more veggies, and I’m hoping Harris will give me some great ideas. Smartly, she’s also made the strips available as PDFs, so you can print and cook from them. So far, she’s made a smoothie and today’s choice, Macaroni and Cheese.

Cooking comic by Alisa Harris

If you’re looking for more illustrated recipes, two of my favorite comic creators have recently posted some in their webcomics, too. Sarah Becan is making spicy sushi. (Don’t worry, it uses cooked shrimp in the home kitchen.) Lucy Knisley makes delicious-sounding pecan shortbread cookies, while comparing cooking in her mom’s spacious kitchen to her own shoebox city apartment.

3 Responses to “Cooking Up Comics Brings Weekly Recipes”

  1. cuddlesandrage Says:

    This site looks so delicious! Thanks for sharing.

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