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Yes! Chef! Becomes a Guinea Pig for my Food Photography Class. Or Hamburger with Brussel Sprouts

Love People, Cook them tasty food

Hamburger with Caramelized Onions, mushrooms, Provolone Cheese and a side of Brussel Sprouts

Last night’s dinner was a hamburger prepared by Yes! Chef!  Of course, since he prepared it, it was not an ordinary hamburger.  It was perfectly cooked, with a thin layer of Provolone Cheese, caramelized sliced mushrooms and wonderfully caramelized onions.  And since he loves Brussel Sprouts, we had them roasted and lightly oiled and seasoned. I don’t know if my photos do this simple dinner justice, but it was mighty tasty. I love the simplicity of this rustic food.  Add a great glass of French Bordeaux and it was a memorable dinner.

Because I have started this blog to honor my husband’s cooking (and because I love food photography), I decided to take another food photography course from Ron Goldman.  I’ve already taken two food courses from him and I learned so much.  But, I wanted to add a little styling to my food, so his Photography for Food Bloggers class seemed just the ticket.  We started yesterday, so the above photo doesn’t really count because I haven’t read the full lesson yet.Love People, Cook them tasty food

The above sign was given to us by a dear friend from Wisconsin.  We keep it on the refrigerator to remind us why we have friends…to cook them tasty food.  Ha!

Stay tuned for some great improvement in my food photography.  It will have you licking your computer screen (well, maybe not licking your screen, but certainly licking your chops.)

7 Comments Post a comment
  1. Can’t wait to see your adventures in photography. they are great now so these will be over te top.

    March 3, 2012
  2. This is my first time to this blog. I love it and will be back. The pictures are very beautiful.

    March 15, 2012
  3. Your photos made the food look so tasty, I’m craving the food on that plate!

    March 19, 2012
  4. Oh my, this looks divine! Nice work!


    April 29, 2014
  5. domitype #

    Some people think your little sign needs a comma or dash after “them.”

    December 15, 2014
    • Sorry, I’m not getting what you are saying. Could you clarify?

      December 15, 2014

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