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When I read the topic „my happy meal” for the play along, I had this dish in my head immediately. It is very seasonal as blood oranges are only available here for about two months. So in early February I ordered blood oranges, pink grapefruits and kumquats as well. On a whim I threw them together and it has become a treat I look forward to every delivery (and now the next ten months). Grapefruits, blood oranges and kumquats are complimenting each other’s taste. Add some walnuts and a dollop of greek yoghurt and you have a firework of sweet, tangy, a little bit bitter, crunch and creaminess. Besides the awesome taste I enjoy turning the brightly colored fruits into this dessert so much that after cutting, peeling and filleting I am always smiling, happy and a little high on colors, textures and aromas.
This refreshing and creamy combination of seafood and juicy fruit is an explosion of textures and flavors for your tastebuds. It makes a great appetizer or even a light supper when served on a more substantial bed of greens.
This refreshingly simple citrus salad features grapefruit and oranges topped with a tangy vinaigrette.You can stack the citrus slices with fresh mozzarella and basil on individual plates or in one big platter. It makes a beautiful presentation and can be eaten with salmon or to offset the richness of pasta.
Mango Pomelo Sago is a dessert that always reminds me of summer time in my hometown. It is such a sweet, tasty and fresh dish that brings great delight. It is like a cool and refreshing breeze that takes away all the stuffiness in summer. This piece is created for MICA Spring 2020 Illustrating the Edible class with Rebecca Bradley
When I was still living in Beirut, I regularly had lunch with my grandmother in her neighbourhood Thai restaurant. We never failed to order the pomelo salad for starters, a great favourite. Eventually the restaurant relocated and, for some reason, dropped the salad from their menu. My grandmother was still thinking longingly of it several years on, so I recreated it as far as I could remember, using ingredients easy to find locally. It was a hit!
Any that is left over will keep a few days while getting even tastier as it marinates further. Make sure to return to room temperature before eating, to fully enjoy the flavours.