Artist Lexie Smith Showcases Her Sourdough Confections
Creative Cooking in the 2020 Great Quarantine…
Culinary creatives are rising to the occasion during the Wuhan Virus Crisis, offering exotic food resources and recipes, demonstrating diverse means and methods, and creating new spaces to explore cooking and baking. Queens-based creative Lexie Smith, a bohemian type free spirit who embodies a Frida Kahlo-esque ethos (and kinda looks like her, too!), sublimates her food fetish (all things sourdough) into serpentine sculptures/abstract ornaments with socially-conscious twists and turns.
Her ‘Bread on Earth’ project leavens dough BIGLY and explores themes around political, economic, ecological and avant-garde grub. Her artsy edibles are simultaneously scrumptious and stylish and we really like her long French braid along with her inventively braided breads! Watch Lexie‘s super-cool, poetically-seductive ‘how-to’ vid asap! Even though she is a bit of a hippie and a wee bit woke, her heart is in the right place.
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