8.07.2009

The Mixing Bowl: Strawberry and Nectarine Pie by Ingela P. Arrhenius

Today's recipe for Strawberry and Nectarine Pie comes from illustrator extraordinaire, Ingela P. Arrhenius. Based in Stockholm, Sweden, Ingela's colorful and playful designs have appeared on everything from posters to chocolate milk boxes and everything in between.

In the past, she has created illustrations for products such as greeting cards and stationary, as well as patterns for children's apparel and roller blinds. Her work graces the pages of magazines and children's books, which are often written by her talented husband, and even show up on postage stamps and yogurt containers!


Inspired by art of the 50's and 60's, Ingela's work is so cheerfully retro that it makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Her illustrations always make me smile, so I was really thrilled that she agreed to contribute a recipe to Dessert Girl! When she sent over the illustration for the recipe, I instantly fell in love with it! I want to print it out and put it on my wall! I'm so excited to get the chance to share her work with you! You can find more images after the jump or on her Web site, right here. Thanks, Ingela! [To see the recipe in a readable, large-print format, just click on the image.]


Recipe Helpers: Ingela mentioned to me that although this recipe mentions using 5 nectarines, she only used 3 and that was enough, so 5 is not a strict requirement.

If you need help converting the measurements, click here for a nifty conversion calculator.

Note on The Mixing Bowl: I failed to mention this previously, but I thought that I should fill you in on what The Mixing Bowl series is really all about. Basically, I love seeing people making and sharing their favorite recipes. I also really like the idea of featuring and collaborating with people whose work I admire. The Mixing Bowl combines both of those ideas. Not only do I get to share yummy dessert recipes with you, but I also get the opportunity to feature the artists, writers, designers, and people that I love and admire! What could be better? I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!)


There are more Ingela images after the jump.





9 comments:

Katie said...

This is perfect for strawberry season! Great illustrations!

Megan@Feasting on Art said...

The illustrations are too sweet!!

Little Rie said...

The illustrations are creative and fun. The recipe sounds delicious and perfect for a summer-time treat. Thanks for the great work on this site!!

Carolyn Jung said...

I love the postcard. And are those lamps?? So cool looking! I'm no architect, but I could see them looking very snazzy in a mid-century modern house. ;)

frisian_mom said...

what a great idea for a series, and i LOVE these illustrations. so cute!

MB said...

I adore her illustrations! She can draw and bake? No fair:-)
The pie sounds scrumptious, I wonder if I could substitute gluten-free flour for the flour?

dessert girl said...

Gluten-free flour? Sure, why not! Of course, I say that not really knowing if it would work out, but it's worth a try! :-)

coco said...

These are the cutest drawings ever! I took a look at her website as well, and fell in love... great idea with the mixing bowl. :)

A_Flama said...

Great tip :)
Thanks!!

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