This week was a busy one in our kitchen. For the first time in a long time, we cooked dinner together on four weeknights and made four delectable and completely different meals. This week was not so great for my photography, though. Dealing with winter light (or lack thereof) has rendered my photos lifeless, and I am still having trouble learning how to use my camera. I have little to offer you in terms of recipes and photos this week, but I would like to share some of the things that have inspired me recently.
The simplicity of this recipe blew my mind. I can’t wait to try cooking lentils this way.
I want to do this with a chicken and my cast iron skillet. This particular cook makes amazing food.
Even when life gets really difficult, Helene can still take a beautiful photo of a simple cake.
My bottle of applejack is almost empty, but I have enough to make a few of these.
Why have I not played with citrus yet? It’s high time to do so.
Making pavlova has long been on my to-try list. This version is gorgeous and unique.
I have longed to recreate my long lost favorite ice cream flavor in its original form.
A much appreciated Christmas gift from my godmother. We cooked dinner from it twice this week!
Recent cold temperatures and light snowfall calls for a heaping helping of something warm and hearty.
Being surrounded by inspiration is a fantastic motivator when my creative skills aren’t at their best. I’m going to go hunker down with my copy of Plate to Pixel and a bowl of oranges and attempt to regain control of my photography. See you soon, friends!