If you type “recipe” in a search engine you will get an overwhelming amount of entries. These recipes can be hosted on food blogs, video sharing platforms, and even on social media. Although there is an overwhelming amount of resources, many of these contain complicated or unclear instructions. This leads to many inconsistencies, and ultimately, cooking fails. 製造哥斯達黎加 (Made in Costa Rica) is composed of a series of printed recipe books alongside an interactive website. Each component showcases black and white line illustrations and playful text set in a grotesk sans serif. This collection of recipes and tips illustrate clearly each step of the cooking process while highlighting staple foods from Costa Rican and Chinese cuisines. This collection shows the nuances and tricks of cooking while showcasing family recipes that haven’t been documented before. Through an interactive online quiz users will be able to learn about these cultures and how they have been woven together as one. The site also gives access to the online version of the book. The physical book holds all the recipes together through purple or blue embroidery strands, each representing one of the cultures, that allow the books to be easily removed and used when cooking. This project breaks from the classic cooking book norms while allowing me to explore and share my cultures and traditions through a new lens.