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September food post.

I see so many photos of delicious food on the Internet every day and while I’ve noticed that some people tend to sneer at those who take photos of their food, I have to say I feel very differently. I consider it an invaluable source of inspiration as well as a sign that people do indeed take their time to make their food not only taste but also look good. To me, it’s such a healthy habit that often leads to actually enjoying your food and that can only be a good thing. However, I find food photography to be rather tricky — which of course is yet another reason to keep taking pictures in order to improve.

Now, on to the food photos!

Earl Grey tea loaf with cranberries.

Plum and cinnamon jam. We used the recipe from the latest BBC Good Food magazine except we used much less sugar. The recipe said 1 kg plums and 1 kg sugar, we did 1 kg plums and 20 dkg sugar and it’s definitely enough!

Chicken tikka masala, rice with roasted sunflower seeds. I adore tikka masala everything and the rice with the sunflower seeds somehow made it even better.

Plum crumble.

Figs with cheese and arugula, Bavarian pretzel and tea.


I love figs, they’re both gorgeous and tasty!

Next up: everthing pumpkin. 🙂 Can’t wait!


2 thoughts on “September food post.

  1. Wow. Superb shots. You make everything look absolutely scrumptious. I agree with you, shots of food are fantastic, they help to inspire others and that can only be a good thing. If people want to sneer then they can move along and look at pictures of something else.

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