Recipes By Jenine Paul
Channa is a traditional Guyanese dish using the humble and familiar chick pea or garbanzo bean. This dish hails from the Indian influence in the Guyanese culture and was a recipe passed from my great grandmother, to my grandmother and then from my mother to me. We always say, if you're going to eat channa, make sure everyone else in the room is as well. That way you can to ensure you're not the only one experiencing it's pleasurable flavour and also its familiar legume side effect - bad gas!
Inspired by the most important meal of the day, the 90's and geometry - this piece uses simple geometric shapes and patterns to depict a typical breakfast meal. I used bright colours and motifs reminiscent of 90's fashion and textiles, and a strong geometric structure to "imply" common breakfast foods.