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salad for president

Episode Summary

We're chatting with Julia Sherman of Salad for President all about where food and art intersect. Through Julia’s history growing up with artists, studying and practicing art, and ultimately finding her artistic expression through salad, we experience food in wholly new way. From living with Benedictine nuns clad in denim habits, to constructing gardens on the rooftops of venerable art museums, Julia reminds us that we are all creative. We don’t need to study art history or master the art of French cooking to express ourselves. We #pinefor her because she encourages us to find the artists within ourselves by stealing ideas, breaking the rules, finding the magic in the everyday, and simply creating.

Episode Notes

We're chatting with Julia Sherman of Salad for President all about where food and art intersect. Through Julia’s history growing up with artists, studying and practicing art, and ultimately finding her artistic expression through salad, we experience food in wholly new way.

From living with Benedictine nuns clad in denim habits, to constructing gardens on the rooftops of venerable art museums, Julia reminds us that we are all creative. We don’t need to study art history or master the art of French cooking to express ourselves. We #pinefor her because she encourages us to find the artists within ourselves by stealing ideas, breaking the rules, finding the magic in the everyday, and simply creating.