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Even Mr and Mrs Jumbo couldn't eat all their berry picking haul. Jumble all those berries together in a pan with lemon juice and sugar and watch the magic happen as they turn into sticky, gooey deliciousness!
Super Food Entry
Curcumin is turmeric’s secret weapon and represents 3% of its total weight.
Due to its curcumin content, the health benefits of turmeric are:
Protects the heart in various ways
Helpful for arthritis
May be helpful for fighting diabetes and cancer
Turmeric is even more powerful with its two best friends!
Do you know BLACK PEPPER & OIL makes turmeric up to 2000% more effective?
Black pepper contains piperine, which dramatically improve the effects of turmeric.
Furthermore, assuming a small amount of oil (of any type) significantly increases the absorption of the active ingredient: curcumin.
For this reason, when you use this spice for cooking or natural beauty recipes, make sure to add a little black pepper & some drops of oil as well.
“Super food entry” Sweet potato is delicious, full of nutrients and super versatile in cooking. You can try it in wedges, spiralized, sliced, in sweet and savoury versions, you can even turn it into nice cream. If that wasn’t enough there are many varieties with white, orange and purple flesh all of the super good.
Mango Vinaigrette is refreshing and sweet side dish that my mom used to make for parties at our house during the summer. It's usually served as a staple for grilled steak, chicken drums or sausage, along with a salad, beans, and some rice! And even though its a simple blend of ingredients, I'd always find the leftovers from the parties good enough to eat by itself. Using one of my favorite fruit, it's easily one of my favorite dishes, and always reminds me of summertime fun with friends and family.
This illustration was made as part of Rebecca Bradley's Illustrating the Edible course (2019) at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA).
Tteok-Bokki(a.k.a. Spicy Korean Rice Cakes) is my favorite food in the world! It's a popular Korean dish that is usually seen as a casual eat. There are variations of Tteok-Bokki that uses a different sauce base, and what goes in it depends on the cook. However, use this recipe to make the most common type of Tteok-bokki. Enjoy!
*Illustration created for Rebecca Bradley's Illustrating the Edible at Maryland Institute College of Art*