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November is Brussels sprouts season in New York. I especially love the ones sold on the stalk. For this recipe’s illustration, I sketched the entire stalk on paper. Using watercolors, lights and darks were painted first, then middle tones, finishing with shadows and highlights. The piece didn’t look right. It seemed too small for the paper. On a second attempt I zoomed into one section. The leaves and buds began to intrigue me. They looked like faces, crescent moons and layers of abstract shapes. When the painting was finished, it felt as if I had captured the sprouts' spirit.
If you ever have the chance to visit Austria, please make sure you eat 'Brettlhause' at a 'Heuriger'. It's a plate with all kind of cheese, ham, vegetables and spreads. Illustrated by Sandra Neuditschko, food lover and austrian illustrator.
This cake tastes best when eaten warm and fresh, or toasted with a dab of butter, or cold when you're driving somewhere early in the morning. It tastes healthy when you're stuffed up and decadent when you're dipping it in chocolate. It pairs well with cold milk, hot coffee, any kind of wine, and even the stale heel dipped in hot tea is a treat.
Bibim Guksu (Korean Spicy, Sweet and Vinegary Noodles) is a light and delicious noodle dish. It’s seasoned with spicy, sweet and sour Korean chilli dressing. If you’re looking for an easy meal with a little bit of zing, this is what you need! : )
You can never go wrong with these classics during the holidays, and decorating them is the best part! These cookies can be used with any of your favorite cookie cutter shapes and whatever frosting and sprinkles you choose, making them perfect for any occasion!
‘Tam Rice’, or broken rice, once known as the poor’s rice as the farmers used to collect the fractured rice grains that broke during the milling and sold them for cheap. However, over years, people have become rather fond of this dish and it’s now served as an everyday meal.
The basic Tam Rice includes grilled pork chops, fried egg and vegetable aliments such as pickles, tomatoes and cucumbers.
We also take steamed egg cake (chả trứng)shredded pork with pork skin (bì), meatballs (xíu mại) or braised beef (bò kho) as optional toppings.
At some places, we also fry pork fat with sliced scallions to make a sauce for extra flavor.