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My Nana always makes a delicious broccoli casserole for holiday dinners and she keeps the same old piece of paper with the recipe on it, so I decided to give it an upgrade! I kept her authentic script for the ingredients and steps but I illustrated everything else and hand lettered the title. Do you like broccoli? It is definitely one of my favorite vegetables! So yummy!
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.
An adapted illustration from my forthcoming book (with author Rachel Wharton): American Food: A Not-So-Secret History
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A simple and cute recipe that my family enjoys making for any occasion. Being a native Marylander, this dish is close to my heart and was named by my mother who enjoyed making up names for our childhood meals. Enjoy!
Made for Rebecca Bradley's Illustrating the Edible class at MICA.