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My parents used to make steamed fish almost every week, and its always been one of my favorite dishes (my family is from Hong Kong so we eat a lot of seafood). Now that me and my brother aren't home anymore, they try to make it every time we come back, usually with my favorite fish (pompano). Its one of the few meals we eat as a family, and, to let us know when food is ready, my parents will call me and my brother down from our room (hence the Chinese characters). This dish tastes the best with white jasmine rice!
This was created for Rebecca Bradley's Illustrating the Edible class at MICA.
A low-carb diet means that you eat fewer carbohydrates and a higher proportion of fat. This can also be called a low-carb, high-fat diet (LCHF) or a keto diet. Not to be confused with the 'ol crazy artery-clogging Atkins diet. Now there's new science and even keto diets that are vegetarian based, imagine that! Like these smoothie recipes are! Not only are they vegetarian, but vegan too!
This is my entry to the first HandPicked Challenge, Eat the Rainbow. Instead of going the usual route of drawing fruits and veggies, I opted to illustrate another colorful and healthy group—teas! As an avid tea drinker, I really had fun doing research and illustrating the herbs, spices, and fruits that make up my favorite tea blends.
Frankly, I've never heard of the rainbow diet, but instinctively I like to cook with just these ingredients. I also love colorful pictures. So what could be better for me to come up with a recipe for "the eat the rainbow challenge", to cook it and of course to illustrate it.
I was recently introduced to this delicious drink by a friend on a very cold day. It's so comforting and warming, perfect in wintertime. This is the way I make it at home and have it in my favourite mug.
The illustration is created with mixed media.
This ridiculously easy to make peanut sauce is slightly spicy and full of options. Use it as a dipping sauce for veggies, spring rolls, satay or add it to your stir-fry. Keeps well in the fridge for 4 days so you can have it on hand for leftover rice or spread it on your morning toast with fresh basil and be instantly transported to another continent.
This mixed media collage features the savory components of a popular Thai sauce that complements a noodle bowl of carrots, red pepper, purple cabbage, fragrantThai basil, cilantro, and lime. All of the ingredients are in colored pencil and overlay a background of a Thai lion and floral elements executed in marker ink.