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JJ Galloway

Severna Park, MD, US

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JJ’s food themed art ranges from whimsical, like a pigeon with a ramen nest on his head, to figurative, like a chef at work in a kitchen, to traditional food illustrations. She is a collected internationally and has hung her work in shows in cities including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Cincinnati, Washington, D.C. and Miami Art Week. She holds licensing contracts with companies including Bed, Bath and Beyond, One Kings Lane, and a large European paper and calendar producer. When she’s not in her studio, JJ can be found at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery where she oversees the drawing programs.

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Recipes By JJ Galloway

The Buckeye Tree by JJ Galloway

Severna Park, MD, US

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A buckeye is a nut that comes from a Chestnut tree...unless the tree has a mouse bakery inside. Then the buckeye is a candy.

Avocado Toasts by JJ Galloway

Severna Park, MD, US

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There are so many ways to vary the avocado toast recipe. These are just a few of my favorites.

How to Pick a Crab by JJ Galloway

Severna Park, MD, US

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It's crab season in the Chesapeake Bay! Everyone I know has a slightly different way to pick a crab. This is how I do it.

Italian Sauce Secret Ingredients by JJ Galloway

Severna Park, MD, US

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I have a secret ingredient for my "Italian gravy", and it's hidden in this list.
Hint: I live near the Chesapeake Bay!

Sushi, Sashimi, and Nigiri by JJ Galloway

Severna Park, MD, US

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These are a series of watercolor illustrations of raw and slightly cooked fish.

How to Shuck an Oyster by JJ Galloway

Severna Park, MD, US

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I've watch people shuck oysters for so many years and it seems they each have their own style. It probably depends on how they were taught. Here's how I shuck an oyster.

How to Make A Poke Bowl by JJ Galloway

Severna Park, MD, US

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You'll find poke in almost any supermarket in Hawaii and now in many cities in the contiguous US. It's basically a cubed fish served over rice. There are many versions of a poke bowl. This recipe is a very basic version...my favorite.