Food writer, artist, and pasta-maker Linda Miller Nicholson (aka @saltyseattle) have a reputation for making avant-garde food. She is the “Lady Gaga of Food” by the Cooking Channel. Her homemade, colored pasta comes in an amazing array of rainbow colors, shapes, and designs.
Inspired by patterns and hues found in nature, Nicholson sees pasta almost like a textile design. Her edible collection features a repetition of patterns such as stripes, polka dots, and stars. Some pasta creations are even inspired by visual motifs found in her own clothing, such as a pair of blue patterned shoes she received as a Mother’s Day gift.
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Nicholson takes the textile pasta comparison even further by wearing her raw pasta sheets as headscarves or complete outfits, and they actually look pretty great!