For those of you who may have been wondering what happened to cook, shoot eat a food photographer’s journey, the blog it’s been a while. Where have I been? I have been writing a book. I was commissioned to write a book called More Digital Food Photography. The original title Digital Food Photography was written […]
The Meatless Friday Growing up Roman Catholic, meatless meals on Fridays were a way of life for my family. No bacon in the morning, no ham sandwiches for lunch, and definitely no steak for dinner. At one point, the rules changed and we were only required to abstain from meat on Fridays during Lent. […]
I believe British foods receive a bad rap. All that talk of bland, boring and boiled. Nonsense! Oh sure, the taste traditions of England don’t sport chiles and oregano, I’ll grant you that. But variety is truly the spice of this guy’s life. I like balance. So British classics definitely hold a place in […]
What sticks to your ribs more than . . .ribs? Dad’s going to love these meaty spice-rubbed St. Louis style spare ribs and you will, too. St. Louis style is simply spareribs with the ends trimmed. Of course, there are many styles of ribs. A nicely detailed explanation of how to select ribs can be found athttp://www.virtualweberbullet.com/ribselect.html
Here is a recipe for Pasta e Faggioli that I make which is amazing. The rind really adds depth.
I can’t stop making it. http://bit.ly/9wFYxm
Whenever I tell people I am a food photographer I usually get this response ” the food is fake right, you use glue for milk and plastic food?” While we do use tricks to make the food stand up and look pretty most of the time the food is 100% real. The turkey in the shot […]