Long before Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder partnered up for this classic, black and white foods have been popular for their stark color contrast. Avoid adding other colors if possible, the stark impact of the color contrast isn’t as impressive. This cupcake recipe is easy to follow.
While the name might sound exotic, this simple drink was invented in California in the 1960s. Originally a black Russian, it become white when cream was added to the recipe.
This recipe is a very easy black and white dip to whip out before a last minute guest arrives.
The recipe in this link shows a green asparagus, but you can easily substitute a white one! Also, the skin on this vegetable is an astringent (like with carrots). To get a more tender morsel, peel the skin off with a vegetable peeler before cooking.