Maine dish, Photography

Chicken hearts and gizzards stew

Friends! Friends! Friends! We all have friends, good or bad, we have them. This post is dedicated to all my friends. Some friends you get them with your family, some with your other half, some you just have. In time, you lose some and gain others, but some, stay with you in good times and… Continue reading Chicken hearts and gizzards stew

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Desserts, Drinks, Photography

Something for a hot day

Hot! Hot! Hot! I don’t want to do anything. I feel I can’t do anything. I can’t write or take photos. So, I thought of food or drinks I want to have when is hot. Sugar free raw vegan ice cream  Turmeric milk   Raw vegan cheesecake   Spicy vegetarian sandwich with beetroot burger   Vegetarian cauliflower pizza… Continue reading Something for a hot day

Maine dish, Photography

Skewers for a party

In our family we love to grill the meat, any meat and any time, and of course any vegetables. When you make skewers with different ingredients you have plenty possibilities. Vegetarian or not, they are the best when you have a party or you are feeding a crowd. My little one loves to make them.… Continue reading Skewers for a party

Desserts, Photography

27 July – National Creme Brulee Day in USA

Celebrate today with a wonderful dessert. Crème brulee is also known as burnt cream, crema Catalana, and Trinity creme. The crème brûlée originally came from France. Literally, it is called burned cream. This dessert is also popular in Spain and Portugal and is made from egg yolk, cream and sugar. You can find my recipe here:… Continue reading 27 July – National Creme Brulee Day in USA

Maine dish, Photography

Baked potatoes with yogurt

In the previews post I showed you how I took this photo in low light: Shooting in ow light. Imagine that I decided to cook in the afternoon and tried to make something with what I had in the fridge. I was surprised at the end, because my potatoes were very tasty and of course… Continue reading Baked potatoes with yogurt

Food photography tips, Photography

Tips for shooting low light food photography

Shooting in low-light is a challenge for all photographers. Late afternoons, rainy days, evenings or winter days are just a few situations when natural light is low. You could invest in artificial lights or flashes to deal with all this problems, but not all of us have money to spend on lighting studios. I have… Continue reading Tips for shooting low light food photography