Every semester I guest lecture to Media Arts students at one of my alma maters, BCIT. They’re closing in on graduation and getting ready to start their careers and I come in and tell them all about what it’s like to be a freelancer in the real world – not the one they learn about in their small business class.
I have a confession to make: most of the time I’m a make ahead blogger. What I mean by that is, because the focus of my blog is food photography and light is scarce in winter, I often do most of my cooking, shooting and writing on the weekends. (oh… I cannot wait for summer to get here!). I can edit photos and write posts
Lettuce wraps are one of my favourite ways to start a Thai meal. They’re messy and drippy but oh so flavorful and a wonderful mixture of textures. I’ve never made them before because for some reason, I thought they would be really hard. But they’re totally not! The great thing about these is you can add all kinds of goodies from the fridge. I have
A recipe on the bag of some Naan bread I bought the other day gave me an idea for a twist on regular pizza. Naan makes a great pizza crust and works great with all kinds of toppings. I decided to go with the Indian feel of the naan and make Tandori Chicken pizza. The recipe I used as a base called for a lot