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Don’t let the title fool you, this is NOT a healthy dish! The recipe was first published in 1959 by the Junior League of Baton Rouge in its first community cookbook, River Road Recipes I. It’s truly a classic! My mom has made it as long as I can remember, and I’ve carried on the tradition! The original recipe calls for 2 packs of spinach, but I prefer using three. I also usually add a little Tony Cachere’s seasoning for good measure, but that’s a little secret only for those of you that take the time to read this note! ;)
Fortified with the goodness of spinach and cream! This is a quick one, and one that my toddler thankfully loves. Fun fact: did you know that for decades, spinach enjoyed a rather exalted status thanks to a transcribing mistake by a German chemist named Erich von Wolf? He mistakenly noted spinach as having 35mg of iron per 100 gram serving, instead of 3.5 milligrams. It was seventy years until it was corrected!
This recipe started out as a simple smoothie illustration meant to be a personal protest against the decision of the US to withdraw from the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement. I thought I should go to the next step and make a recipe out of it because what better channel to make your voice heard than art? The smoothie contains only green ingredients like cucumber, spinach, mint and lime and it is a very healthy, natural and refreshing drink, perfect for this hot summer...or for the even hotter summers to come. I say the world is green of anger ... my smoothie is too! Because Mother Earth doesn't need us, but we can't survive without her! Peace <3
One of my own 'garden' salad recipes designed with a 1950s theme. Created after taking Ohn Mar Win's Skillshare class on designing a vintage inspired recipe. Researched colours, fonts as well as book cover and design layouts from the era. Found limited palettes, black lettering and outlines to be prevalent.
A not-so-traditional Irish salad but made with the gorgeous original, Irish farmhouse blue cheese; Irish Cashel Blue. Hazelnuts have long featured in Irish folklore and were seen to represent wisdom and poetic inspiration. Add some pear and spinach and you have a salad worthy of a saint! From a series of recipes to celebrate Saint Patrick's Day, gather your green shamrock, pin on your green badge and enjoy!