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Locrio De Pollo, or Dominican Chicken and Rice, is a dish that my mother and her side of the family always make whenever people come to visit. Not only is it a staple for traditional Dominican families, especially during the holidays, but it's certainly a staple for us because when we see that huge metal pot on the stove that means family and full bellies. Even though I have it all the time, I still love it a much as the very first time my grandmother made it for me (but that's also because I can never get it exactly like hers so).
This illustration was created for Rebecca Bradley's (2019) Illustrating the Edible class at MICA.
My parents used to make steamed fish almost every week, and its always been one of my favorite dishes (my family is from Hong Kong so we eat a lot of seafood). Now that me and my brother aren't home anymore, they try to make it every time we come back, usually with my favorite fish (pompano). Its one of the few meals we eat as a family, and, to let us know when food is ready, my parents will call me and my brother down from our room (hence the Chinese characters). This dish tastes the best with white jasmine rice!
This was created for Rebecca Bradley's Illustrating the Edible class at MICA.
From MICA—Illustrating the Edible.
The recipe I chose is the recipe of Bing Tanghulu, a traditional Chinese treat similar to British toffee apples. It is made by hawthorns with rock sugar. I chose to illustrate a recipe for this food because it reminds me of my childhood in the winter in China. I remember begging my mom to buy one for me when I was little, and I would be happy for the whole day if I got one. I believe all people from Northern China have similar memory as I have since it is one of the most popular treats in the winter. The recipe is very simple, the only ingredients it needs are hawthorns or whatever kinds of fruits you like (my favorite is strawberry), rock sugar and bamboo sticks.