Feelin’ Brunch-y (& Lego Eggs, Bacon & Pancakes)

Happy Sunday! Here’s a food-inspired minimalist lego creation by Luca: “I thought it would be interesting to create items in the least amount of pieces. A whole breakfast in 8 pieces! Enjoy!”

Lego Bacon & Eggs by Luca_A Little Yumminess

……. and while you’re enjoying this brunch creation, browse these brunch-y links from the archive. [Geez — I’m getting hungry, I think I’m in dire need of some shakshuka! :)]

 

Sketchbook: Jane (San Francisco)

The scene at Jane (cafe/bakery/eatery on Fillmore St.) as sketched by 2 young patrons 🙂


Jane Bar SF_by Luca_5-2017

Luca: “My dad took me and Matteo to Jane on a work meeting and this is what I saw. (Just a small note… Aaron is my dad’s work friend). When you really look around you can see all sorts of things you didn’t see before. The most unusual thing I saw was a buffalo head hanging on the wall. I had a cinnamon roll and it was just how you would expect at a cafe… good!”

Jane Bar SF_by Matteo_5-2017

Matteo: “It’s yummy!”

 


More San Francisco Cafe Sketches

Sketchbook: Destination Baking Co., Glen Park / SF

Destination Baking Co_Glen Park SF by A Little Yumminess

A little doodle to remember all the yummies on our adventure to Destination Baking Co. in Glen Park (SF)! Alas, we didn’t have time to try all of them, but we’ll be back. The kids give a big thumbs up to the carrot cake.

Clockwise from bottom center: Lemon Curd Tartlet; Pecan Tassie; Yellow Cupcake with Chocolate Frosting; Banana Cream Tartlet; Carrot Cake; Marzarin Tarlet (Almond Paste and Raspberry Jam)

Sketchbook: Portrait of Danny Bowien, Mission Chinese Food

Luca has gotten the portrait drawing bug lately, so I nudged him this last week to draw a chef-y subject to add to his growing portfolio. This is Chef Danny Bowien from Mission Chinese Food and the original photo appears in the book “Edible Selby“.  Love this so much! 🙂


Danny Bowien_Mission Chinese Food

Luca: “This picture was from Edible Selby and I thought it looked interesting . I forgot his name so now I call him “spicy pretzel arm man”.