Desserts · Photography

November 28th 2021 – USA National French Toast Day

The French call this toast “pain perdu” (lost bread), because you can use stale bread to make it. Most experts agree that French toast dates back to ancient Rome. Food historians believe the term “French” does not even mean France; instead, it refers to the verb “to French” which means “to slice” in Old Irish.  Irish… Continue reading November 28th 2021 – USA National French Toast Day

Desserts · Photography

2021 Friday, November 26thNational Cake Day

The word "cake" has Vikings' origins. It comes from the Old Norse word “kaka”. Early cakes in England were also essentially bread. The big difference between a "cake" and "bread" was the round, flat shape of the cakes. The cooking method was also different: cakes were turned over once while cooking, while bread was left… Continue reading 2021 Friday, November 26thNational Cake Day

Food photography tips · Photography

Camera Angles for Your Food Photography

Camera angles are just important as everything else. Choosing the right angle can make your photo more powerful. Also, choosing a camera angle is subjective and personal. It gives an identity to the photographer. I am trying to visualize my photos before starting to shoot, so I have an idea about my composition and my… Continue reading Camera Angles for Your Food Photography

Maine dish · Soup

Celebrating Germany’s National Soup Day!

It’s National Soup Day in Germany. It’s a dish enjoyed all over the world in thousands of variations. And it has been a food staple in many ancient civilizations. In honor of Germany’s holiday, I am bringing you a list of soup recipes that I really love. So sit back, grab a spoon and enjoy!… Continue reading Celebrating Germany’s National Soup Day!

Appetizer · Maine dish · Photography

Soya and pea stew

Pea and soya stew This is a quick second course for vegetarians and vegans and an excellent source of vegetable proteins. The recipe is very easy and is great for the less experienced cooks. Ingredients: 200g soya chunks400g canned peas1 cup vegetable stock1 onionOlive oil1 cherry tomato sauce can1 garlic gloveSalt and pepper1 teaspoon mustard… Continue reading Soya and pea stew

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November 14 – World Diabetes Day 2021

The development of therapeutic insulin in 1921 was a landmark breakthrough in the history of medicine. 100 years on, millions of lives have been saved and improved but insulin and other diabetes medicines and care still remain beyond the reach of many who need them. World Diabetes Day (WDD) was created in 1991 by IDF and the… Continue reading November 14 – World Diabetes Day 2021

Desserts · Photography

Chocolate pudding with walnuts

I love pudding, especially chocolate pudding. I make it quite a lot for my little boy. This is the easiest and healthiest recipe. Chocolate pudding Ingredients: 1 large avocado diced and sliced1 banana sliced4 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powdercocoa powder for decorationwalnuts for decoration1 teaspoon honey2 teaspoon vanilla extract6 tablespoon milk Directions: Put all the ingredients… Continue reading Chocolate pudding with walnuts