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From MICA—Illustrating the Edible.
The recipe I chose is the recipe of Bing Tanghulu, a traditional Chinese treat similar to British toffee apples. It is made by hawthorns with rock sugar. I chose to illustrate a recipe for this food because it reminds me of my childhood in the winter in China. I remember begging my mom to buy one for me when I was little, and I would be happy for the whole day if I got one. I believe all people from Northern China have similar memory as I have since it is one of the most popular treats in the winter. The recipe is very simple, the only ingredients it needs are hawthorns or whatever kinds of fruits you like (my favorite is strawberry), rock sugar and bamboo sticks.
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.
This quick, easy, delicious dessert can be made ahead of time. They last 3 days in the fridge. The first dinner I made for my then boyfriend (now husband), was Quiche and salad. Dessert was chocolate dipped strawberries. A few days later, he told his mother, “Mom I finally met someone who makes chocolate covered strawberries!”.