I have an exhibit opening at an art gallery this Friday and I'm needing ideas for snacks. Because of the holiday craziness, whatever it is should probably be pretty simple and quick. Any thoughts?
I'm a graphic designer and a firm believer that (with certain exceptions) the quality of package design should reflect the quality of the product. This is especially true with food. I feel I can trust a product if the company, person, etc has taken the time to put some care into the presentation and experience. For instance, Archer Farms, Tazo and Back to Nature have different approaches to their packaging, but they're all highly engaging. As opposed to something like Great Value. Elements like color and texture in design can really make or break that appeal and get your senses going.
What brands do this for you?
I love it. Hot pizza is good, but the most exciting part for me is knowing there willl be leftovers the next day. I was thinking it would be great to start a cold pizza shop. Does anything like that exist?
Should they be added to a dish for a little crunch, or are there any good specific uses for them?
I recently got my first juicer. Any suggestions? So far my favorite has been: 2 peaches, 2 carrots and 2 oranges. Pretty basic.
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