Angela Roberts is fueled by a passion for food and art. “I go back and forth between my paint studio and my kitchen, designing and developing something beautiful to look at, or something delicious to eat,” she writes on her food blog, Spinach Tiger. She’s even named one of the faux wall treatments she creates (during her “day” job) “wasabi.” And it is any wonder the artist in her likes to explore Italian cuisine?
I came across her blog last week when she artfully blended food, emotion and color to commemorate December 1, World AIDS Day. I was impressed with how she took her own passion to inspire others to turn up the heat for a cause.
“I felt compelled to cook for this event and asked my fellow food bloggers to cook along with me,” Angela writes in her blog. “I called it Red to Remember. Fellow bloggers joined these efforts from all over the world, baking and cooking in Germany, Australia, Ireland, Spain, Canada and the United States.”
“Some shared their own loss,” she continues. “Some have never been touched by the disease, but were moved to participate. Some helped to educate us. All moved me in one way or another and I am deeply grateful for the participation. Hopefully, next year we can do this on a larger scale.”
Here are a few photos of what these bloggers created. Go to www.spinachtiger.com to see them all.
From Spanish Recipes, Barcelona Spain, Mushroom and Artichoke Timbale with Poached Egg and Piquillos Sauce
ï»¿From Sippity Sup, USA, Oysters with Red Mignonette
From The Daily Spud, Ireland, Tomatoes in a Bloody Mary Sauce
From Spinach Tiger, USA, Rainbow Shard Torte
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