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In February my husband came down with a bad case of flu with a terrible cough. I found this traditional recipe online and made it, he said it was delicious and really helped him feel better.
The core of the pineapple contains bromelain which helps thin the mucus along with the cayenne pepper and the honey and ginger are soothing for sore throats.
I painted the design using water colours and pen and ink and put it all together with Photoshop.
I hope people find this recipe useful as it's the most tasty cough remedy we've ever tasted!
Edible Flower Challenge.
Every time I make a fool, I wonder why I don't make it more often. I love the mix of tangy/sweet fruit with fluffy cream! Speaking of love, this panel is inspired by the old television series "The Dating Game", which I guess dates me (ha!). The recipe is from epicurious.com.
Octopus (JJukkumi) is a signature Korean food which is spicy and sweet. When you mix all the seasonal vegetables, kimchi, tender and chewy JJukkumi (octopus) with hot served rice, you will literally lose yourself, cry out and gobble happily.Lucky for me, there is a famous JJukkumi Stir-fry restaurant just beneath my apartment back home. Since it is a little too much for weekday dinners, me and my partner save this great food only for those GRAND moments. Thus delicious Jukkumi became a memory which connects my favorite person in this world with all those happy moments in my life.
This piece is also a school project from Rebecca Bradley's Illustrating the Edible class in MICA.
One of my favorite Korean side dishes or 'ban chan' (반찬) is a big bowl of braised black beans! I don't have a huge tolerance for most spicy foods, so I quickly became attached to the sweet and savory flavor of braised black beans (검은콩조림). This dish is delicious fresh and hot, but it is a secret pleasure to eat them chilled from the refrigerator as a late night snack. Although it is traditionally a side dish exclusively, they can be added to most rice dishes or even as a sweet topper for grilled fish! There are so many ways to enjoy this style of beans.
The burst of flavours from the Rajma combined with steaming hot long grain rice is the kind of stuff where gastronomical pleasure meets your fondest childhood memory of mom made food. For an Indian child, A hot bowl of Rajma curry made with red kidney beans, cooked with an array of masalas with rice hits as close to home as possible, wherever in the world he is.