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ddep-fried eggplant with noodles
Dairy-free, Main Dishes, Vegan, Vegetarian

Deep-fried Eggplant with Green Tea Soba Noodles

Hiroshige was one of the six great masters of Ukiyo-e, a genre of Japanese painting and woodblock prints. He is mostly famous for his Japanese landscapes, which he depicted in subtle and poetic manner. Hiroshige was born in 1797 in the Yayosu Quay, an area of Edo (today’s Tokyo), which was named after the 17th century Dutch adventurer Jan Joosten. Hiroshige was […]

baroque salad
Gluten-free, Salads, Vegetarian

Baroque Salad

Diego Velázquez was the most prominent Spanish painter of Baroque period. He is also considered one of the greatest artist that ever lived, hugely admired for the unique sense of reality in his portraits. His painting style is characterised by simplicity and dignity, sober palette and fluid brushstroke. In 1623 he became the court painter of Philip IV, the King of Spain, the most powerful ruler at the time. Velázquez remained the official painter to the king […]

cherry clafoutis
Desserts, Vegetarian

Cherry Clafoutis

Unappreciated until after his death, Gauguin pioneered the Symbolist art movement and set stage for Fauvism and Expressionism. His early childhood spent in Peru left him with a taste for the exotic. After yet another commercial failure of his art, he left the urban jungle of Paris for the tropical paradise of Tahiti in 1891. His goal was to create pure, “primitive” art by the returning to the pastoral. It was there he painted his masterpiece […]

Kidney beans burger
Main Dishes, Vegan, Vegetarian

Kidney Beans Burgers

A giant burger, a lipstick on caterpillar tracks, monumental clothespin. These are a few examples of the mind-boggling artworks of the king of Pop Art sculpture, Swedish-born American artist Claes Oldenburg. His monumental public art installations feature large replicas of everyday objects. He came up with a revolutionary […]