Cook’s Illustrated Unframed Print: Passion Fruit

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Over the past 20 years, renowned illustrator John Burgoyne has produced more than 150 intricate, hand-drawn illustrations for Cook’s Illustrated magazine. Now, for the first time ever, America’s Test Kitchen is proud to partner with Mr. Burgoyne and offer a select number of fine art prints featuring this iconic artwork.

Hundreds of species of the flowering Passiflora vine are grown around the world, largely in the tropics. All of them produce striking blooms imbued with deep religious significance (in Christian lore, the flowers’ architecture symbolizes the Passion of Jesus Christ), but only a handful bear edible fruit. Most are ovoid or oval with smooth, hard rinds encasing tangy, seedy, gelatinous pulp that cooks add to sweets and drinks—paletas, caramels, passionades—or eat by the spoonful. Moody Passiflora edulis (Maracujá-do-campo/Purple Passion Fruit) rounds are prized for their guava-like goo. Their larger, canary-yellow relative, Passiflora edulis var. flavicarpa, is called Maracujá in Brazil and Lilikoi in Hawaii, where its juice is featured in the namesake punch. Some enjoy Passiflora laurifolia (Water Lemon/Yellow Granadilla) by poking a hole through the saffron-yellow rind and sucking out the rose-scented jelly. Despite similar names, Passiflora ligularis (Apicoya/Sweet Granadilla) and Passiflora quadrangularis (Maracujá-mamão/Giant Granadilla) are distinct: The former is sunset orange, hen egg–sized, and filled with pineapple-y pulp; the latter is greenish, as big as a football, and melon‑like. Among the many cultivars of banana passion fruit, the Passiflora mollissima (Curuba/Tacso) teems with coral jelly. Sweet‑sour Passiflora pinnatistipula (Purotacso/Tin-tin) is ripe when its skin wrinkles. When cooked, the pulp of visually stunning Passiflora caerulea (Maracujá-azul/Blue Passion Flower) offers hints of blackberry.

6x7 UNFRAMED PRINT

Overall Paper Size: 7" x 8"
Item Number UNFPFRT67

PRINTS

Giclee Print
Acid, Lignen, and Chlorine Free
Archival Quality
100% Cotton Rag
340 gsm
Cold Press Bright Paper Stock
Printed in the United States

8x10 UNFRAMED PRINT

Overall Paper Size: 9" x 11"
Item Number UNFPFRT810

PRINTS

Giclee Print
Acid, Lignen, and Chlorine Free
Archival Quality
100% Cotton Rag
340 gsm
Cold Press Bright Paper Stock
Printed in the United States

16x20 UNFRAMED PRINT

Overall Paper Size: 17" x 21"
Item Number UNFPFRT1620

PRINTS

Giclee Print
Acid, Lignen, and Chlorine Free
Archival Quality
100% Cotton Rag
340 gsm
Cold Press Bright Paper Stock
Printed in the United States

Please Note: Slight size and border variations make each one of John Burgoyne's back cover prints completely unique and each may vary slightly in size.

About the artist, John

John Burgoyne was raised in Massachusetts, where he developed a passion for art at an early age. After graduating from Massachusetts College of Art, Burgoyne embarked on a career as an illustrator.

A member of the New York Society of Illustrators, he has received more than 100 awards in the United States and Europe including awards from Society of Illustrators, Communication Arts, Hatch Awards, Graphis, Print, One Show, New York Art Directors Club and Clio.

Details

Issue: #167 - November & December 2020
Format: Unframed Print
Item Number: UNFPFRT
Item Weight: 6x7, 8x10, & 16x20 0.3 pounds


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