When January arrives I crave white, bright, and clean lines. I can’t get enough. I want to dive into an Ikea catalogue and live there. I want everything streamlined and free of clutter and “things”. I don’t know why. I think maybe it is, in part, to battle the eternal grey of Vancouver in the early days of a new year. Gone are all the
For the first time, I decided to bake something for this blog expressly because I wanted to photograph it, not because I wanted to eat it. I stumbled across the recipe for Pomegranate White Chocolate Chunk Cookies on the Two Peas and Their Pod site (great site if you’re a foodie, by the way) and immediately wanted to take a crack at shooting these babies.
Before I even start this post let me just say that I really don’t like any of the photos I took of it. Nothing is right with any of them. I don’t like the light, I don’t like the composition, I don’t like the focus. So, having said that, the three here represent the best of the 47 I took. The flip side of that
Pomegranates. Those little seeds are soooooo tasty and everything about them is beautiful. I’m a sucker for ruby red food. 🙂 Ah, but the work one must do to get those little jewels out. Is it worth the effort?? In a word, yes. And it doesn’t have to be that painful. Check out this quick video on how to get the pomegranate seeds out easily,