Working on these cookies as part of a collaborative art piece/picnic basket with Coulter Brooks at Patina Gallery (Santa Fe, NM) to benefit The Nature Concervancy and the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market. I’m making a series of native New Mexican crops (such as green chiles, corn, melons..) The ants may still need tweaking in my […]
Aw yeah! Sugarbuilt had the pleasure of collaborating with Dark Igloo to illustrate the Michael Pollan piece in the new issue of Lucky Peach. This recently created print magazine is a snazzy food quarterly, presented by David Chang, Peter Meehan and published by McSweeny’s. Michael Pollan is a personal hero so it was an absolute thrill […]
Its cold and messy out there… might as well cozy up and have hot chocolate or make a romantical dinner at home. To make that happen, you might stop by The Chocolate Room (in Park Slope and Cobble Hill) for a hot chocolate and a Sugarbuilt cookie. Sugarbuilt cookies at The Chocolate Room are exclusively […]
Love finding cool and unusual antique cutters…in this case, I think these may be from the 1930′s. One of them is not a pipe…haha… http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Treachery_of_Images Axe cutters used to be more common, because people would make axe cookies for Washington’s birthday (he cut down that cherry tree) before it became a mattress sale holiday.