Bruschetta Recipe and Wine

Just found the closest supermarket to me that sells the best homemade bread for bruschetta. It’s a couple of blocks farther than my nearest supermarket but it’s worth the walk. I’ve been looking to buy some good homemade bread for the longest. Too bad I don’t live in Paris where a well-made baguette is within easy reach. I can make it but it takes two to three hours so I’ll pass on my own homemade bread. Anyways, I also bought a mozzarella ball and some cherry tomatoes. Threw it together with the toasted bread and some chopped kale leaves and…
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On Food Photography

Lately, I have been trying to get back into food photography. I haven’t been as active with my camera as I used to be which is unfortunate; I should change that. I remember when I would take pictures of any random thing and get so happy editing. I did find the beauty in this salad bowl I put together. The best thing about food photography, to me, are the colors. This may be why I’m more attracted to well lit food photography as opposed to dark photography. Not to say that I dislike dark photography but it never worked out…
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Italian Porcini Pasta with Meatballs

I am not a big fan of Italian food. Maybe it’s because almost everything has tomato sauce. But over the weekend I did buy some pasta, Porcini mushroom tomato sauce, and ground beef to make meatballs. I have not had some home made Italian food in a while so why not eh? It was a quick and yummy meal. I seasoned the meatballs with chopped onion, garlic powder, onion powder, salt and pepper. Simple but tasty. I baked them for 25 minutes or until they were brown and most of the fat came out. After that,¬†simmered them in the remaining…
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