Every once in a blue moon, I clean the photos out of my camera. It doesn’t matter if it’s my (not)frosting-covered iPhone, my trusty point-and-shoot, or my new fancy one, there always comes a time when I need to clean house. And I usually find some gems!
This is what I found from this past week or so.
I’m calling it “Food-ception”… I saw the concept on Instagram and I was like, I want to try that. So I did and now I’m kind of obsessed.
(PS – this recipe is coming in November!).
(PPS – and I didn’t drop my phone into the skillet, which means that this iPhone camera MAY outlive its predecessor!).
But I did take actual food photos this weekend (not just photos of photos).
Like re-shooting the photos for my challah french toast recipe (putting said pictures on the blog is another story…).
And french toast wasn’t the only thing gracing my table this week.
We got a new fridge (goodbye, 28 year-old friend!) so I decided to whip up Ree’s (The Pioneer Woman) Chocolate Pie.
It was delicious, especially when you take Ree’s advice that you need to decorate the top with lightly sweetened whipped cream, chocolate sauce, and sprinkles.
To counteract ALL the sugar I have been eating this week (because life’s about balance), my mom and I whipped up a favorite Greek dish with the 3-pound bag of string beans I bought at the market (keep an eye out next week – you don’t want to miss this recipe!).
And making a dinner “Toad-In-A-Hole” with olive oil, peasant bread, and a sprinkling of fresh thyme leaves… because who said that breakfast foods should just be for breakfast?
I’m a meal-time rebel, what can I say?
Nothing like a good camera clean out to see what crazy photos you’ve snapped throughout the week. Do you guys snap photos throughout the day and enjoy flipping through them to see what you’ve captured? Let me know!
Happy Saturday, kiddos.