Learn the art and put it apart…
When it comes to brunch there’s always room for extravagance, and now is time to be exuberant and true protagonists. We can leave boring yogurts to others, because today’s look by Moschino Cheap & Chic will challenge us. Yes, I felt the vibrations through my Mac’s screen (I swear I didn’t drink much last night!) and this made me think that this time it would be almost impossible. Rule number one: let sleeping dogs lie. If you feel challenged and want to eat a Moschino Cheap & Chic, all you have to do is pull off all your food coloring and become an artist. You will realize how fun and relaxing is, and if you drop some food coloring, don’t panic, because you can eat it! Today we are goung back to chilhood…With a (kitchen) brush in hand and a blank canvas (made with baking paper), you can also paint. Or if you have to keep your grandchildren, little brothers or boyfriends suffering from Peter-Pan syndrome while you cook, this is the right solution. Let’s start with the challenge, ladies and gentlemen! In addition to competing for the most creative yogurt, you can put into practice all the techniques that you learnt during your art hours at school (do you remember when you were in kindergarten?). I look forward to seeing the pictures of your beautiful creations. I know for sure that you are born creative. This is my try…
Ricetta. PER 4/5 SMALL CUPS
1kg (35.2 oz) Low fat plain yogurt +2 tablespoons honey + liquid food coloring (red, yellow, green, blue, purple) + cereal and fruit apart to serve.
Put it all the yogurt in a large bowl, add the honey and mix well. Gradually divide the yogurt in several small cups, as many as the colors you want to create (in this case 6) and add a few drops of food coloring, until you obtain the desired tone. Of course you can use the color rule. Do you remember it? Yellow + blue= green Red + blue= purple. Yellow + red=orange… Then take 4 glasses and start to distribute the yogurt to create a good colored Moschino Cheap & Chic. Serve with fresh fruit and cereal.
Photo Food: Taste of Runway. Photo fashion show: Yannis Vlamos / GoRunway.com image courtesy of style.com.