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This was done as a demonstration for my Materials and Techniques class at SCAD Atlanta. I've had several classes create illustrated recipes for TDAC but I've never actually completed one before, and it was great fun! The technique is watercolor and colored pencils on 300# hot press watercolor paper with touchups in Photoshop. I "borrowed" the recipe from https://cafedelites.com/ because it just sounded so delicious. I haven't made it yet, but it's definitely happening soon. Enjoy!
I am a student at Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
This chowder is absolutley my favorite thing that my boyfriend makes for us, and I often bug him to make it. You can make the cashew cream at home by blending up soaked cashews, salt, and water!
In North America, beans have been an important pillar of food and agriculture for hundreds of generations. As part of "The Three Sisters," beans, squash and corn work together to create a circle of interdependence. Such a system is one based on giving and receiving, where each crop works to its fullest potential to provide for the others. The harvested result is a nutritiously complete meal with all necessary components for survival. I'm inspired by this hearty trio, and I hope you are too!
Fresh, crunchy, creamy and tangy...this bean salad is healthy comfort food. I always make a huge bowlful expecting it to last 2-3 days but it never does! I use as many colours and textures in the vegetables as I can so it looks as good as it tastes. Whenever I feel a little run down, this salad is my go-to booster!
Beans Around the World
Stewed red beans (also white and black beans) are a hallmark of Dominican nutrition, most Dominicans eat them almost every day, and I have hated them with a passion since I was a little girl (my mom forced me to eat them because they're rich on Iron), beans have always been my least favorite food. A couple of years ago my sister was having some friends over and she prepared this Beans Salad recipe, which I almost refused to taste (on account that I hate beans), but when I finally gave in and tasted it, I loved it, I was like, If there is a good-tasting way of preparing beans why do they make that horrible stewed beans, and why was I forced to eat them when I was a kid? My mom could have given me this salad and I would have loved to eat beans. The point of this story is to say that this recipe is really tasty and I love it, even though I hate beans.