Sunday, May 23, 2010

Vendor Spotlight :: Eva Juliet + Beet chip Favors

We had the pleasure of working with the incredibly talented Eva Juliet on the Papers and favors for our last supper with Peter Berley. The menu was a vegetarian feast and so Eve's botanically inspired kitchen drawings were just the right fit. Eva's work is romantic and whimsical and she sells the most beautiful prints online here, you must click over ! Our favorites include this spoon print , and these stunning herb drawings. We asked Eva to create the dinner menu, and a recipe print for all our guests to take home. And as a final treat, Eva designed these beet root bags for our guests, filled with these delicious beet chips, it was the perfect ending to a vegetarian feast. Check out our recipe below and a special thank you to Eva again for her beautiful contributions !

How To Make Beet Chips :
Peel and slice beets very thinly or use a mandoline
Fry Beets in Vegetable oil at 350 degrees, for about 2-4 minutes
transfer to a baking sheet and bake at 350 degrees for about 10 minutes
Cool and enjoy !


  1. Love this!! And i love the little paper bags!! Super cute!!

  2. These look amazing! I can't wait to make them tomorrow, with lunch. How do you recommend storing them if there are leftovers?

  3. Hi happyolks, I'd recommend keeping them in an airtight container and they will probably last for about 3-4 days

  4. Your "stationary" is beautiful how do print on the beet root chip bags and make the menu?

  5. These look phenomenal. I absolutely LOVE beet root but I never, ever, thought to make a chip!! Do you season them at all after/before baking?
    Thank you so much for posting this!!