This post (along with some that will be posted in the near future) is from a book I shot & designed last year for a Digital Tools and Graphic Design course!

This assignment only had one word governing what we did: parallel. From that we had to create a 14 page book. I chose to use digital photography instead of Illustrator and InDesign alone. I paralleled the ingredients to the final dish of some of my favorites (or dishes that were easiest to cook and photograph within the allotted time).

This is a simple and quick breakfast that can be made in ten minutes.


  • Whole Wheat Bread
  • 2 Eggs
  • Ham
  • Muenster
  • Butter


  • Take a juice glass and punch hole out of each piece of bread.
  • Heat griddle or pan to medium heat.


  • Melt butter on griddle.
  • Place bread on first to begin to heat (You can use a toaster instead if you wish).
  • Next, cook the ham on the griddle.
  • Once bread is browned, flip and crack the egg inside the hole.
  • When your egg is cooked, add cheese on top and let melt!
  • Add ham on top.
  • Enjoy!



*** Pages may look uncentered due to this book being made with intent to print, so there is intentional room left for binding. Made in a InDesign CC document intended to print, the conversion to JPG for my blog sacrificed the resolution.***


1 Comment

  1. Mark Fable
    September 18, 2015 / 7:40 am

    my favorite breakfast

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