If you ever wanted to try your hand at making / cooking tapas, then you really should get yourself a copy of The Photo Cookbook – Tapas. It’s full of simple, easy to follow, directions for a myriad of tapas dishes for both carnivores and vegetarians alike. It’s available on both the iPhone and iPad, for just $4.99.
Mmmm I’m getting hungry just looking at the photos!
Regular patrons of North American dim sum restaurants will find most, if not all, of the selections pictured here familiar. Newcomers should find the illustrations—which have been grouped by their method of preparation and general type—helpful in identifying some of the more typical offerings. This arrangement will provide even first-time visitors to dim sum restaurants with access to field identification in a clear and rational array.
Go take a look at some of the photos in the article, my mouth is watering!
When I give talks or have students at my workshop there are a few questions that always surface, and a very common one is “What is a typical day for you like?” My immediate response is “Depends on which day you’re talking about. Pick one: Blogger, Photographer, Troublemaker, Traveler.” Of course I know they want to know what being a photographer is like so I thought I’d take Demaris’ lead and create A Day In The Life for myself.
Matt creates one of my favourite cooking blogs, and his photography skills are pretty much second to none in the food business. It’s quite interesting to get a glimpse of an average day for him. 4am starts though, ouch! Early to bed, early to rise….I guess.