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Although I have never been to the Mediterranean or have never eaten mediterranean dish but I came up with this recipe after the quarantine started and just named Mediterranean Salad and my family loves it! I always dream to travel there and we say we can travel to the Mediterranean during lunchtime using our imagination while eating this fresh summer salad. Looking at my family's smiles makes me so happy and thankful.
This is my cousin Susan’s tried and tested yummy recipe. Now I’ve found flour I’ve succumbed to the lockdown baking frenzy and am loving it! It’s a lovely moist and nutty cake and the ground cinnamon and cloves give it a spice boost.
My favorite thing about summer is the farmers market - where I also worked for 10 years of my life. Fresh produce, lively faces, and a gathering spot. This roasted veggie salad recipe features my favorite farm fresh ingredients! Roast with olive oil and seasoning: beats, garlic, peppers, and carrots. Toss together fresh kale and radishes, top with the roasted veggies, olive oil, and seasoning!
I drew this recipe for my sister because I wanted to share this easy peasy side dish with her. My favourite illustration style for food is a mixture of coloured pencils, watercolour and a tiny bit of digital correction with procreate. I hope you like it! :)
My grandmother, Anna, emigrated to NY from Russia in the early 1900’s.
She lived in a four-story walk up, in the Bronx. She always wore a white apron when she cooked. Grandma liked to wear simple dresses and costume jewlery. Her little white stove always had a pot on every burner. She made traditional chicken soup; borscht (A Russian beet soup); mushroom barley, and split pea soup. She cooked the split pea soup with marrowbones for extra flavor. It was a thick delicious soup, great to have on a cold day. Grandma always accompanied the soup with a few slices of rye or pumpernickel bread ad butter. I am sorry that she is not here to sample my vegetarian version.