One family recipe that has been pasted down from generation to generation in my family is Breaded Pork Chops. It is a traditional recipe for pork chops that keeps it crispy and moist. Pork Chops can dry out easily when you cook them so having a method where you can always get moist and delicious results is ideal. The family recipe uses a cooking method where you fry it on top of the stove first and then bake it in the oven. When baking in the oven, the dish containing the Breaded Pork Chops has a little water at the bottom to also steam cook the pork chops with of course a lid on the dish.
Breaded Pork Chops is a simple dish so when it comes to visuals it comes down to a piece of meat that is breaded. So, the dish is not colorful or visually appealing but with the breading has a great texture to it. Photography came down to focusing on the one visual strength, the texture, so a close-up photo where you really see the crispy breading was the best choice.
Location of ingredients with it comes to the food dish can help decide placement of the words in the logo. Breaded Pork Chops logo uses the shape of a pork chop as the main image. For placement, the words of the logo correlated to there location in the dish with “Pork Chops” inside the pork chop silhouette while “breaded” outside since that is where breading goes. The last visual element was the dividing line created from the “k” in Pork and “p” in Chops.