The Vietnamese soup Phở consisting of broth, rice noodles, herbs, vegetables and beef is simply one of my favorite asian dished. Hoping the world soon opens up again, giving us all the possibility to travel the world again to tast amazing flavors all around the globe.
"The inimitable taste of Batticuori comes from the union of cocoa and dark chocolate, with their crumbly heart-shaped dough that makes them perfect for a sweet soak!"
So wrote Mulino Bianco @mulinobianco in its packs of Batticuori, biscuits that have always accompanied our entire days, from breakfast to a healthy and fun snack.
Wagyu Kiriotoshi. Japan has its premium, world-class beef variety called Wagyu. Kiriotoshi means thinly sliced of meat. This meat is superb for grilling. Some bunashimeji mushroom and garlic will definitely be included in the grill.
The idea for this shot first started with the bowl that made to resemble a stone. Then I looked for an idea what to shoot this with. Upon seeing the beautiful meat in the supermarket, then I decided that it is the perfect food for the shot with the gorgeous bowl.
The food is on point when it reaches the culinary point of your taste. There are no recipes and secrets. There is imagination and creativity, the two mandatory ingredients in a kitchen. Cook with joy and the food will be joy! For this month I have a delicious Tonka brownie revelation of taste with strawberry foam.
Thank you that I am also part of the vision of excellence of the @foodelia team!
Thank you for my assistant photographer @valdrawfim and to God that I can see the beauty of the world!
The dance of the bubbles. I was shooting a champagne glass collection, trying different lighting and wine movement techniques. When shooting this coupe glass I wanted to emphasize the color of this vintage champagne and the beautiful dance of the bubbles.
As a real sushi lover I wanted to shoot this piece of art in a typical sushi way, but with a little movement in it. So the little seeds had to do the trick :) I used a simple background (black cotton) and added some flashlights to put the sushi in the spotlight.
Have you tried the Bulgarian Tarator? It's a very simple and refreshing cold raw soup made of yoghurt, cucumber, dill, garlic, olive oil, and if you like, you can add some walnuts. The main ingredient is the Bulgarian yoghurt which is thick, not sweet, and combines perfectly with a pinch of salt. You'll need to add some water to turn it into a soup. If you know Tzatziki, yes, it's similar, but never the same. In the photo, you can notice all the ingredient for Tarator alongside my homemade yoghurt. Served with some ice is perfect for the hot summer.