Photography

Isla Cristina, Spain

October 22, 2013

Isla Cristina is a bustling little shore town close to on the border of Portugal near Huelva in the Southwestern corner of Andalucía, Spain, and a popular holiday getaway among the locals.  In October though when we visited, most of the activity was from the active fish market and warehouses sorting and selling the day’s […]

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Tortilla Española – Finca Buenvino

October 17, 2013
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Wow, what a week. Last week we traveled to sunny Andalucía, Spain, to La Sierra de Aracena for a week-long getaway and food photography workshop (this Autumn has been the season of workshops for me – first Amsterdam, and now Spain!) with Tim Clinch. We stayed at Finca Buenvino, a gorgeous countryside B&B run by […]

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Amsterdam

October 2, 2013
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Every once in a while… I like to take a little course to improve my food photography… and travel to a new place as well… Actually, it has been well over two years since I last took a course related to Food Photography – back in 2011 I joined Meeta, Ilva, Jamie, and Jeanne for […]

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Roasted Tomato Tart

September 23, 2013
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When I was younger, I hated waiting (ok, I still do – I was born with a serious deficiency in patience).  Every event in life felt like one slow tedious step to the next – must pass this test to get this grade, must advance through this year to get to this college, must do these […]

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Homemade Ginger Ale

August 26, 2013
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I’m not much of a soda person (I am from the northeast, it’s called soda).  I personally haven’t purchased a cola type soda in well over a decade.  Typically, at home, if I want something soda-like, I’ll pour some juice in a glass and dilute it with sparkling water et voilà, “soda” – it doesn’t […]

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Ritual.

June 27, 2013

Every morning, I like to sit and relish my morning espresso.  I open up my laptop, and flip through my favorite food blogs looking for inspiring recipes, reading stories, and seeing the gorgeous artwork that the world has created over the past few days.  For years, I have relied on Google Reader to deliver my […]

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