Lucy Engelman

Lucy Engelman is a freelance illustrator dwelling in Northfield, IL where she plans her next adventure. In addition to working with Eat Boutique, she has had the opportunity to spend every day bringing the imaginations of companies, publications, and individuals to life through editorial, literary, and commissioned illustration and design. For more of her work & contact information, please visit lucyengelman.com.

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Smoked Broccoli Stems

by Lucy Engelman
Smoked Broccoli Stems

  I’m really starting to love food illustration – it seems to capture the playful and whimsical aspects of food that make cooking such a joy. Today a sister act, food writer Casey Engleman and illustrator Lucy Engleman, bring us their take on stocking up the pantry for winter. But forget simple tomato sauce; these

Rosemary, Shallot and Red Wine Butter

by Lucy Engelman
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A few weeks ago we suggested that a crusty Homemade Baguette might be just the right way to say “Welcome to the Neighborhood” to the new family next door. ┬áPackage up some handmade compound butter a la Lucy’s illustration and nestle it with that crusty bread and you’ll be the talk of the cul-de-sac, in

Homemade Caramel Candy

by Lucy Engelman
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There are a few things I know are true. First, homemade candy is amazing. Second, caramel is probably one of the best flavors ever created (in my opinion, anyway). You can enjoy handmade pumpkin caramels from Tammy at Suss Sweets in our Halloween Gift Box. And lastly, I love Lucy Engelman and her beautifully intimate

An Illustrated Guide to Watermelon

by Lucy Engelman
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Paper Cutout Oven: A Gift from Lucy Engelman

by Lucy Engelman
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There is something so comforting about the sensory experience of cooking. The rich smells are like a warm hug that draws you in and says, “let’s stay here awhile and just relax.” It’s an honest moment that can be shared among friends to create memories or a quiet meditation to enjoy alone. My sisters cook

An Illustrated Guide to Radishes

by Lucy Engelman
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This pretty how-to on radishes from Lucy Engelman, a new contributor to Eat Boutique, has me thinking so many things like, I desperately need to take a drawing class. I should spend more time in the garden. Recipes topped with a fried egg make me lick my lips. Lucy’s creative drawings, grocery list and recipe

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