Mumbai, Maharashtra , IN
I miss going to open air farmer's markets and listening to vendors share fascinating stories of their produce. I love creating a mental catalog of these intersecting histories when food reaches my table - almost like my own little archaeological study!
The Illustrator's Circle!
NEW!!!! Become one of the first members of our Illustrator's Circle! Big changes are on the horizon (!!!) and we want you to be a part of it all.
The deadline to submit an illustration of YOUR happy meal is May 15 at midnight (local time).
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Our next Play Along illustration party theme really needs no further description, right?!
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recently added recipes
A very easy recipe yet very delicious Oyakodon, one of my favorite Japanese Food. Basically you can use any meat or garnish from your refrigerator and just put it in one pan, but soy sauce and mirin is the game changer! so make sure you have one in your kitchen :)
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I was craving for some chocolate cookies when I found the perfect yet beginner friendly recipe on ' cafedelites.com. ' Immediately gave it a try, although with low expectations from my skills. However, the cookies turned out super awesome - just the perfect crunch yet soft to bite in.
When I read the topic „my happy meal” for the play along, I had this dish in my head immediately. It is very seasonal as blood oranges are only available here for about two months. So in early February I ordered blood oranges, pink grapefruits and kumquats as well. On a whim I threw them together and it has become a treat I look forward to every delivery (and now the next ten months). Grapefruits, blood oranges and kumquats are complimenting each other’s taste. Add some walnuts and a dollop of greek yoghurt and you have a firework of sweet, tangy, a little bit bitter, crunch and creaminess. Besides the awesome taste I enjoy turning the brightly colored fruits into this dessert so much that after cutting, peeling and filleting I am always smiling, happy and a little high on colors, textures and aromas.
Bok Choy ! by RobynChicago, IL, US
this dish was made all throughout my childhood and even now its still a favorite. a great recipe of my moms, followed by some cute illustrations by myself. all doodles were created by yours truly in procreate. for more follow my instagram @rfk.grdsn :)