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    So once in a while (or most of the time) life puts the brakes on my blogging and photography. I don't have a long post today, but I wanted to put up something to let you know that I haven't abandoned the blog! I've added some new props to my scant collection and have been attempting to learn a...
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    When you've got more (very) ripe peaches than you should eat in one sitting, it's the perfect time to make this easy gluten-free peach crisp! With oats, brown rice flour, blueberries, and a sprinkle of nutmeg, this easy peach crisp is the epitome of summer. In our house, summer is a time for...
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    I can't believe it's been four years! Four years since D and I have been married. It sounds long when I say it out loud, but it's just a blink of the eye really. It's amazing how much can happen in so short a time. A new home, a baby (and another on the way), masters degrees, vacations... And...
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    There's nothing I love more than strawberries, and while the local season is basically over, you can still get them organically at the produce store. My mom grabbed a couple cartons of said organic strawberries for me Baby E a few days ago. They were already quite ripe and there was no way we...
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    Tried out a new place on the river for date night last week. Got to catch a beautiful sunset with D before arriving home a couple hours later to a hysterical Baby E and frazzled Aunty. Sigh.
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    As the chaos of Christmas reaches a screeching halt on Boxing Day, a piece of quiet finds me as two little feet crunch the gravel and stomp on the wood planks. Thank goodness for this. Thank goodness.
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    Just a quick one tonight. We're heading to my SIL's house for a get together tomorrow and I made these up to take along. We signed up to bring guacamole, tapenade, and chips (which we'll still bring) but you know me, I gotta bring something sweet... You can tell it's been a long week by the...
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    You kick at the leaves fiery and brittle they skitter scatter away from you as you go down the path away from me and for a moment my heart tightens as i see You away from me and you turn and skitter scatter pitter patter back to me away from me and back again and i brace myself for a lifetime of...
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    There's nothing like a clear day by the water to make me feel at ease. The sun was strong enough to cut through some of that November wind that persistently reminds you that winter is edging ever closer. If you live where I live, then you know that these crisp and dry days are short lived and...
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    So as promised, here is part 2! We spent all of our meal times out on the back deck. With a view like this, who wouldn't? The cottage had a full kitchen and a grill outside so that made meals with Baby E much easier. We made all but one meal at the cottage. Although D and I love to explore...
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    D and I both wanted to get away from the city for a while. But with Baby E, things are not always so simple. We decided to stay close (about a hour and a half drive) but go far enough so that we would feel like we were actually on a vacation. We decided on Camano Island, WA and we are not sorry...
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    Post Editing In my previous article I discussed what are the two most important concepts in food photography and also provided information on how an at home food photographer can construct a setup without breaking the bank. I will continue this article as an easy read with deep links to more...
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    By: eastshores A lot of people that really love food, like talking about it online. If that weren't the case, cheftalk.com might be reduced to just a professional discussion board with a post a day discussing the latest professional equipment, or religiously zealous debates over which knife...
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    This article was created and edited by devoted ChefTalk user Bonbini - thanks! Last time I talked a bit about getting to know your camera. Here's the link www.cheftalk.com/wiki/how-to-create-better-food-photographs if you haven't read it yet. The next step is to understand the basics and...
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    From an aspiring accountant in Bangkok to a professional pastry chef in San Francisco was an unexpected career path for me. In 2003, my husband and I moved to San Francisco where I continued studying accounting. After living in the U.S. for two and a half years, we decided to open a bed &...
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    ChefTalk invites chefs, cooks, bakers, culinary students, home cooks, and all food lovers to participate in the first annual digital photography contest, Foodies' Food Eyes. The competition, open to all interested in the creation of food, challenges you to use your perspective to capture your...
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