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One of my own 'garden' salad recipes designed with a 1950s theme. Created after taking Ohn Mar Win's Skillshare class on designing a vintage inspired recipe. Researched colours, fonts as well as book cover and design layouts from the era. Found limited palettes, black lettering and outlines to be prevalent.
Growing up, salad often consisted of iceberg lettuce, a couple of slices of tasteless tomatoes that came out of a plastic container, with a spoonful of mayonnaise. In my teens, I started to cook and discovered vegetables like Romaine lettuce, grape tomatoes, and radishes! Radishes were never my favorite. I didn't include them in recipes. However, this Radish Salad puts radishes in the spotlight! Their crunchy, spicy flavor seems to shine through the other ingredients! Great on a summer day or a picnic!
In a pinch: No apple cider vinegar? Use white vinegar instead.
This Korean fish cake soup was something my mom used to make for my family during the winter time since I was young and it has always been one of my favorite winter soups! We would all sit around a table together and enjoy the delicious fishcake skewers. This piece was created as a part of Rebecca Bradley's Illustrating the Edible class at Maryland Institute College of Art.
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