Appetizer · Maine dish

Pizza with wild green garlic

Pizza with wild green garlic I love pizza and I love wild green garlic. In Romania, we called wild green garlic “leurda”. It is one of the best green food you will eat if you like garlic, of course. You can eat it raw or cooked. You can use it in soups, stew, pies, or… Continue reading Pizza with wild green garlic

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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

Appetizer · Maine dish · Photography · Salad

Carrot-Apple-Celery Salad with Spicy Yogurt Dressing

I love salad, carrots and celery, any king of celery. I love to make a salad with carrot, apple, and celery for something refreshing. I don’t use mayo for the salad. I use a spicy yogurt that I love. Carrot-Apple-Celery Salad with Spicy Yogurt Dressing Did you know that there are 3 types of celery?… Continue reading Carrot-Apple-Celery Salad with Spicy Yogurt Dressing

Photography · Uncategorized

Cooking at Home vs. Eating Out. What do you prefer?

I save money and time when I stay home and cook. Also, I eat healthier. But, what do you do when you can’t cook or your cooking is not good? You keep trying and learn but sometimes are better and healthier eating out. Cooking at home is a great way to spend with your kids.… Continue reading Cooking at Home vs. Eating Out. What do you prefer?

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Festivities in honor of a New Year’s arrival

The earliest recorded festivities date back some 4,000 years to ancient Babylon. For the Babylonians, the start of a new year was heralded by the first new moon following the vernal equinox—the day in late March with an equal amount of sunlight and darkness. They marked the occasion with Akitu which was a massive religious… Continue reading Festivities in honor of a New Year’s arrival

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