This meal speaks for itself…three ingredients: Spicy Sausage cooked in EVOO, Red and Yellow Peppers. That’s it! It was tasty 🙂 Oh the red wine in the background is something I need to rave about. I am not a red wine drinker, if at all I stick with whites but a friend brought this over a couple weekends ago and I went to three different liquor stores seeking it out. Flip Flop makes it and it’s called Headshrinker. Lovely name right? It’s very sweet but that’s how I likes it and I love this sweet red.
If you know me then you know I love anything that has Banana’s as an ingredient. Because I have to be in the mood for pancakes, my husband was psyched to know I was making this for breakfast this morning. He loves anything that is sweet…someone needs to have a sweet tooth in the family right? He holds that in ours 🙂 I loved these fluffy pancakes, they hit the spot but in hindsight I would have made them green! Happy St. Patty’s Day!
This little dessert has my heart. Not only was it super easy to make but it tastes so freaking good! I’m not a super huge sweet tooth when it comes to baked goods but this perfect delight suits me perfect. It was also gone in two days which is good and bad; good because I hate to waste food and bad because Summer is around the corner, the last thing I want to do is bake, eat, photograph…rinse and repeat.I didn’t have Raspberry Jam on hand so I substituted with Strawberry. I can’t wait to try some other variations!
I found this off of Real Simple, you can find the recipe HERE. I’m totally making this at the next Girl’s Night 😉
Welcome to my very first post! I’m extremely happy to have a separate blog to showcase all my cooking and food photography. I started a recent obsession as of last year with food photography, I love how looking at a photo can instantly tantalize your taste buds and have you craving the food subject.
I have a lot to learn with cooking and food photography and I welcome you on my journey!
Every Thursday I will create a delicious libation which may or may not include alcohol. Tonight is Pink Lemonade! A few things I learned when making my first cup of pink lemonade from scratch: 1. check your hands/fingers for any papercuts…NOT FUN! 2. small sips to test taste, I didn’t realize how tart it would be until I took a big gulp…can you say heartburn?! 3. add a little more Cranberry juice, it takes away the tart and when I thought I had a nice pink hue to the lemonade after I shot a few frames I added more and it looked much better. Unfortunately I didn’t feel like shlepping it back down to the studio for another photo.
Simply squeeze fresh lemon into your cup, add a small squeeze of Grapefruit, splash of Cranberry Juice to give it the pink hue. Garnish with a slice of lemon or lemon slices directly into your cup and ENJOY!!! I also colored some sugar and stuck some around the rim of the glass.