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Botanical illustration: black pepper
Antique print describing the botanical morphology of black pepper: a perennial plant with dark red drupes containing a single seed. The plant is cultivated for the fruits, used dried as a spice and for seasoning (mostly meat products)
Kitchen of the past: food collage, poultry preparation and food presentation
Kitchen of the past: food collage, roasted poultry preparation and table presentation.
Botanical illustration: blackberry or raspberry plant
Print describing the botanical morphology of blackberry perennial plant: palmated leaves, very sharp prickles, flowers and fruits (berries). Blackberry grows also in poor soil. Blowing raspberry is considered highly impolite.
Botanical illustration: sour cherry, of great nutritional value
Print describing the sour cherry tree fruit and the botanical morphology of the beautiful flowers. Sour cherries, known to the Greeks since 300 BC, were cultivated and were also extremely popular with the Persians and the Romans who introduced them … Continued