Resolved: how do i access each item of an array stored in local storage individually?

Question:

The code below fetches images and their names from a food api. I am able to store to those images in the local storage once a user hits the like button .i however want to get back the stored image and name data and display them in a favorite tab. But I can’t seem to be able to achieve that..Any help?
        let myFavMeals=[]
   function getRandomMeal(){
 fetch('https://api.spoonacular.com/recipes/random? 
  number=10&apiKey=b354ffb530c5444da1eec4b02a3146be').then((data)=>{
  console.log(data)
  return data.json()
   }).then((completedata)=>{
 console.log(completedata.recipes)
  let data1=""
  completedata.recipes.forEach((recipe) => {
    const {
      id,
      title,
      readyInMinutes,
      extendedIngredients,
      servings,
      image,
      dishTypes,
      instructions,
    } = recipe;
      data1+=`  
      <div class="meal-header">
          <img src=${recipe.image} alt=${recipe.title} >
      </div>
      <div class="meal-body">
          <h6>${recipe.title}</h6>
          <p class="show">see recipes</p>
          <button class="fav-btn">
              <i class="fa fa-heart"></i>
          </button>
      </div>
      <div class="holder">
      <div class="meal-desc">
      <p>ready in : ${recipe.readyInMinutes} minutes</p>
      <center><h6>instructions</h6></center>
      <p>${recipe.instructions}  </p>
      </div>
      </div>`      
    })
    const meal=document.querySelector(".meal")
    meal.innerHTML=data1
   const holder=document.querySelector(".holder")
const show=document.querySelectorAll(".show")
show.forEach(shows=>{
    showcounter=0
    shows.addEventListener("click",()=>{
      holder.style.display="block"
      showcounter++
      if(showcounter== 2) {
      holder.style.display="none"
      }
    })
  })
const favBtns=meal.querySelectorAll(".fav-btn i")
const images = document.querySelectorAll('.meal-header > img')
favBtns.forEach((favBtn,i)=>{
  favBtn.addEventListener("click", ()=>{
    favBtn.classList.add("active")
    console.log(images[i].src, images[i].alt)     
    myFavMeals.push(images[i].src, images[i].alt)
    localStorage.setItem("myFavMeals", JSON.stringify(myFavMeals))
    showMeal()
})
})
      
 }).catch((err)=>{
  console.log(err)
    })
}
getRandomMeal()
    function showMeal(){
      let favmeal= JSON.parse(localStorage.getItem("myFavMeals"))
      favmeal.forEach(favmeals=>{
        let meallist=""   
        meallist+=`<ul>
             <li><img src=${favmeal} alt=${favmeal[i].alt}><span>${favmeal[i].alt}</span></li>
         </ul>`
       
         document.querySelector(".fav-meals").innerHTML+=meallist
      })
       

      }

Answer:

You can save the favorites in the array as objects using object literal:
myFavMeals.push({src: images[i].src, alt: images[i].alt})
And then access them in the loop using the keys src and alt:
function showMeal() {
  let favmeal = JSON.parse(localStorage.getItem("myFavMeals"));
  favmeal.forEach(favmeal => {
    let meallist = "";
    meallist += `<ul>
             <li><img src=${favmeal.src} alt=${favmeal.alt}><span>${favmeal.alt}</span></li>
         </ul>`;

    document.querySelector(".fav-meals").innerHTML += meallist;
  });
}

If you have better answer, please add a comment about this, thank you!