French Hamburgers Is a hamburger by any other name still a hamburger? Not if it’s bifteck haché
A food styling post all about sandwiches
A recipe for a Cranberry Ginger Ale Cocktail and a photo tutorial on back lighting
Spicy Szechuan Tofu ~ My Chinese mentors, the late Virginia Lee and Grace Chu inspired this
recipe. Both had tantalizing stir fried tofu in their repertoires.
Chu lived to age 100.
Shrimp Tacos will give your Memorial Day a Tex-Mex flare your guests won't soon forget!
Butterscotch, bourbon and miso ice cream, with a photo taken using new lessons from food photography class.
Cinnamon and coconut m & m candies make these cookies extra special.
My secrets for taking great pictures of your food in restaurants!
It's true my mom taught me not to toot my own horn, but it has to be done. These Mini Magic Bars are nothing short of spectacular. Sorry, mom!
Have you ever wondered what a food blogger’s shooting area looks like? Jam Sauce Crème Brûlée & Inside a Food Blogger Life.
Pasta tossed with marinara, tomatoes, squash and zucchini combine to create a flavorful bowl of pasta and mixed vegetables.
How cropping and shooting orientation will effect your food pictures!
Tacos al Carbon with pork - recreation of dish from Frontera Grill, Chicago [no recipe]
Baked Ham with Maple and Mustard Glaze
Braised Lamb Shanks with Gremolata
Today's lunch: artisan lettuce, sweet peppers, anjou pear, craisins, goat cheese, and pecans with vinaigrette.
Shooting Food Outside! As told through examples from Tailgating
Warm traditional cassoulet with breadcrumbs sprinkled on top.
Barilla pasta, cooked al dente lightly peppered with Hunts tomato sauce.
In the picture is a bowl of vietnamese pho and some ingredients
Gnocchi with Caramelized Garlic, Broccoli Rabe and Parmesan Cheese
These fluffy velvet cupcakes are just as sweet and delicious without the artificial coloring!
classic chocolate chip cookies.
Pan seared Scallops over salad and pomegranate dressing. Featured in our blog this week an article on salad, salad food porn and a great recipe by phyllis.
Lune Bleue/Blue Moon [no recipe]
Chocolate and vanilla marble cake made with buttermilk with a hint of lemon
I learned to make a French omelet from the late Bert Greene, cook, cookbook writer and proprietor of The Store at Amagansett. His class was the first in my career as a perennial cooking class student.
fragrant and spicy butternut squash and apple soup!
Macaroni and cheese you say? How tres ordinaire. Au contraire. I don’t know about you, but the cold wintry winds are here and I say comfort food is my plat du jour. Comfort food at its best, that is. The most heavenly macaroni
Light & Sassy Vegan Cole Slaw and a quip on food photography and the importance of natural light.
Hot Spiced Ginger Rum Recipe By Laurie Knoop.
Drink Photography Bill Brady
A video tutorial showing how to develop your digital food photographs in to professional looking shots.
Pork the other holiday Meat. A primer for the upcoming holidays. and a great pork loin recipe.
Seared Duck Breast with Cherry Chutney Would you like to dine like a king? A president maybe? A piece of cake...