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In the1960s there was an animated TV series that my brother and I watched. The leading role was Popeye the sailorman, who ate spinach from a can. My brother was very impressed with Popeye. He begged our mother to buy him spinach. When she brought home a can, he was excited. However, he found the smell so offensive he never ate spinach again. Some years later, I became vegetarian and often ate raw spinach in salads. Besides steaming or stir-frying, I wasn’t sure how to cook it. I love potatoes and when I tasted my first vegetable pie with a potato crust, I knew that spinach and potatoes would be a great combination. This is a dish that Popeye would enjoy. My brother, on the other hand, would like the potatoes.
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!
This is one of my childhood favorites. It takes me back to Christmas time at Grandma's house, and the wonderful smell of perogies cooking in the air. My grandma always made sure I got to have a taste before anyone else, and that's a memory I keep close to my heart. I hope you all will try it! I promise, it won't disappoint.
Well. I’ve been told that I should steer clear of these delicious veg from the Solanaceae famjam. I guess these beloveds have in fact been betraying my bod while enticing my palate as they can trigger inflammation in people prone to it. Ugh. Here’s an homage to these mysterious veggies who have had my heart for a great many years. I’m sure I’ll still enjoy them from time to time, but like anything, moderation needs to be top of mind. Goodnight, my sweet night garden. Goodnight 🌙 💫
I have fond memories of eating this salad growing up in Moldova, especially during the holidays. The Russian Vinegret (Vinaigrette) Salad is a pretty much staple at any gathering during the New Year's celebrations. It's a delicious vegetarian option, packed with veggies and beautiful color given off from the beets.
It's holiday season already, and I wanted to illustrate a recipe for traditional Russian salad that is still a must-have for New Year's dinner in my family.
It's a layered salad that is usually arranged on the platter in a certain order. Pickled sliced herring is laid on the bottom of the platter, and covered with layers of grated ingredients: fresh onion, boiled potatoes, carrots, eggs, and beets.
Salad is dressed with a mixture of sour cream and mayonnaise and decorated with grated egg yolk.
I was born in the Soviet Union and decided to bring that atmosphere to my illustration.