There's great food art, and there's art in a great recipe -- so could there be anything more magical than when the two come together?
They Draw and Cook, a two-year-old website run by brother-and-sister team Nate Padavick and Salli Swindell, features the work of more than 900 artists from 80 countries to make hunting for recipes at 3 p.m. for that night's dinner a whole lot more fun.
Launched as a vehicle for their own drawings, along with a few friends' work, the siblings couldn't have anticipated the massive appeal of their project -- the site is now the Internet's largest collection of illustrated drawings.
Considering the recent backlash around the social media world's love of food photographs, They Draw and Cook may be just the antidote people need to get back into looking at food. And when you decide you really, really love one of the pieces (like say, this one for Besan Cheela), you can go ahead and order a print for your house. Is there anything not to love about art that provides a recipe too?
SEE: Check out some of the gorgeous illustrations and recipes from They Draw and Cook: