So here's the thing ... as you can clearly see, I'm having some issues with my food photography. More than usual ;) My food photography studio has temporarily been converted into hijacked by two very cute but very evil kittens,
Necessity really is the mother of invention, isn't it? Often, it's only when you lose something, that you start finding clever ways to do without it. So it has been for the best part of this year with regard
It all started with a few lovely over ripe bananas in the fruit bowl and some good intentions. Banana bread. The healthy kind. However, somewhere between sitting in my office and arriving in the kitchen, those good intentions got railroaded
Sugar. It has become disturbingly fashionable to vilify this simple food in recent years. I find it really irritating that the media latches on to comments made by self proclaimed experts, with no real credentials, and qualified experts who do
I know that many bloggers cook, bake, and generally prepare fabulous food and recipes with their blog in mind. Out comes the semi-professional food photography gear, amazing props, flowers, table settings, and hey presto, a few days of intensive preparation
As I sit here typing this post, I'm reminded full well just how debilitating food allergies and intolerances can be. I've been suffering from a food intolerance attack since lunchtime and I'm not quite sure what triggered it, as I'm
This one is for all of you who've kept expressing your wish for me to put de lime in de coconut, and mix 'em bot' up again :-) I've always been fascinated by the myriad of dietary philosophies out there.