Food photography tips · Useful

Food photography narrative

Your food photos can create a narrative, a beautiful story for you and your followers. In that way, your photo becomes so powerful. What is a food narrative? A food narrative is just a fancy way to say a story about you and your food. In each photo, you put a piece of yourself in… Continue reading Food photography narrative

Maine dish · Photography

Simmered chicken liver served with vegetable pilaf

My boy loves pilaf and chicken liver. I try not to fry it so I use a simple recipe: simmered. With your favorite condiments, it tastes amazing. Ingredients: Chicken liver 300gSaltPepperBay leaf Directions: Put the chicken liver into boiling water. Boil for 15-20 minutes on low heat and then add pepper and bay leaf.  You… Continue reading Simmered chicken liver served with vegetable pilaf

Awards · Photography

Cooking without limits is in Top 50 Food Photography Blogs on the web

A few minutes ago I got this amazing email. “My name is Anuj Agarwal. I'm Founder of Feedspot. I would like to personally congratulate you as your blog Cooking without Limits | Food Photography & Recipes has been selected by our panelist as one of the Top 50 Food Photography Blogs on the web. http://blog.feedspot.com/food_photography_blogs/ I personally give you a… Continue reading Cooking without limits is in Top 50 Food Photography Blogs on the web

Awards · Photography

Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award

  I was nominated for this award by  Dear Kitty, a blogger with an interesting diary about „ animals, peace and war, science, social justice, women’s issues, arts, and much more.” I recommend that you visit her blog. Thank you for the nomination, Kitty! The rules are: Provide a link to and thank the blogger who… Continue reading Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award