Well, that was fun! Turns out when you like what you’re doing, talking about it is easy. And what we loved the most about doing this workshop was seeing how others see. Below are a few photos by the students and some atmosphere shots of the class. And here are a few ideas that came out of the […]
Where: The Bent Spoon, Princeton, NJ Who: Gabrielle Carbone and Matt Errico Why: Its their 10 year Anniversary this week! Go get some ice-cream. I am not sure if we have mentioned that we used to live in Santa Fe, NM, and Sicily, and New York, and, yes!, in Brooklyn too. But we have landed here […]
worth having. Publishes today! The New Cast Iron Skillet Cookbook, by Ellen Brown. Published by Sterling Epicure. Photographed by Guy and styled by Kate. We photographed this book a while ago but still remember many of these delicious recipes. (I think we just made the Irish soda bread in March!) Here’s a sneak peek to get you […]
We seem to know a lot of people who have birthdays in early April. Sometimes we get to make them cake. Birthday boy: Gordon Years around the sun: 28 Cake: Flourless chocolate with a spritz of Meyer lemon zest—why not?—from Canal House Cooks Every Day
And this happened today… a shoot for Applegate Kitchens. Tasty sandwiches.
I like pictures of beautiful food. I like beautiful pictures of food. But what is meant to happen to that food? Hopefully it will be eaten, enjoyed, appreciated; happily. This is something I want to start seeing more of. It should be an interesting challenge because who wants a picture of himself eating? I started […]
Back in December, we spent two and a half crazy weeks developing and photographing 50 recipes for Food & Wine’s online site. It was actually fun, and the creative and physical challenge really inspired us, in that Malcolm Gladwell–10,000 hours sort of way. Food & Wine just started to post the recipes and photos to […]
When Guy and I met, I remember being surprised by a collection of dried-up tea bags tacked up along one wall of his kitchen. A tiny art installation, made of an ordinary thing that I had thrown out thousands of time, turned lovely by focus… One of my favorite food photos that Guy ever took […]
Back to a few portraits. Even though it may be obvious and cliché I am going to post these portraits for obvious but hopefully not cliché reasons.
The past few weeks we have been shooting a lot for Applegate. Looking through the library of images we came across many pictures that may never see the light of a computer screen but that we think are interesting and fun: details, trays of ingredients, raw chicken, kooky old animal toys… Sorry, no intellectual or […]