patisserie a la paraguayenne: link
ice cream princess: link
bolivia a la carte: link
these are four prints from my cookbook, the one illustrating a recipe for mousse de plátano (banana mousse), the other one is the illustration of a story of a little patissierie in a paraguayan colony where i found the best chocolate-peanut muffins i've ever tried. the third one is a graphical description of the alfajor, which is a typical argentinian sweet, a cookie with dulce de leche (caramel cream) in side and a chocolate coating. very delicious! and the fourth one is an illustration for a story about a busdriver who during driving a bus through bolivia decided that he was hungry and let the whole bus of passengers wait until he had eaten his chicken.
Stories about the postcards:
1. La oveja negra (the black sheep): A drawing of a girl with a little sheep I met in Peru.
2. Sueño con pollo: Hungry girl dreaming of chicken.
3. Chupacabra (goat sucker): This is a legendary creature that is supposed to live in some parts of America and that comes at night and kills your cattle.