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Linda Miller Nicholson aka the "lady Gaga of Food" as she's known in cooking circles, is also the producer of some very fine looking vegetable dyed pasta art.
Expressing her creativity through the beloved Italian staple she has made a name for herself on @saltyseattle social media by magicking up some spectacularly colourful pasta with out of this world design and patterns.
While the vibrant colours might seem hard to achieve she has an arsenal of natural colourings up her sleeve including beets, chard, turmeric, charcoal, matcha, harissa, paprika, carrots and peas plus many more household foods. And the eggs? well, naturally, they're from her own flock of spoiled chickens and ducks.
With the dozens of natural shades she's developed she's managed to tackle a number of complicated projects from the USA's stars and stripes to Mount Rainer ravioli.
Here's a glimpse into how she does it in the short clip below plus a selection of her work below:
Making sweet sweet ravioli music with my @repastsupply stainless ravioli pin. Guess what? There's an indiegogo campaign going now- you can get a square, triangle, or circle pin too if you follow this link: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-ravioli-rolling-pin--3/x/14329631#/ #canadaday #thankyoucanada
Playing with my fun @repastsupply circle ravioli pin & a wallpaper-inspired pattern today. What is that design called- it's not a trefoil, not a shamrock- can anyone tell me? If you want a stainless rolling pin just like this (or triangles, or squares!), check out the @repastsupply indiegogo campaign live now! #pastafattaincasa #pastafresca #pastafrescaripiena
Check out some of Salty Seattle's perfect pasta art below: