Choose your color.
just another food porn friday:
via canal house cooks. lovely plating indeed.
gooey goodness via eat make read.
yumtown. nice play of color and pattern with the greens and blues, too.
i really enjoy the food photos over at canal house lunch. their dishes are generally pretty simple salads, soups, and other lunch fare, always well presented. their photos? well, take a look:
lampchops and rosemary, yes please. oh how this gets me excited for christmas dinner. digging the iron cast skillet and the wooden plate as well.
I am not crazy about beets, but if this doesn’t make you want to start eating beets, I don’t know what will. Who knew beets could seem so decadent? The folks over at A+M, that’s who. A+M aka food52 has fantastic crowd-sourced recipes tested and approved by a community of foodies, and it is one of the finest food blogs out there, IMHO. They also have fantastic photos of dishes prepped and plated, and yep, they even have a column, feast your eyes, for what else, but food porn. As for these peasant beets, love the colors, love the simplicity in plating, and would love to dig into them right now. If you’d like to cook up your own, check out the recipe. Or you could just keep drooling.
it’s sunday and i am recovering from pitchfork by staying in bed and refusing to move. instead i am trolling the internet for food that i am far too lazy to make today (but should you be in the 5ème and in a cooking mood, i shall welcome you with open arms).
currently craving these bad boys (unfortch it is impossible to find peanut butter on a sunday in paris, le sigh) and these lemon ricotta pancakes (with sautéed apples!) from deb over at smitten kitchen.
i am a big fan of deb’s blog. unfussy recipes for delicious dishes that taste as good as they look. the food porn thing as we know is booming, so i especially like that deb is the real deal and takes her own photos. prep, photo, prep, photo, cook, photo, repeat!
all photos courtesy of smitten kitchen. cuz i’m still in bed, remember?
file under simple and delicious. as they say en français, miam miam!
i can’t read a word of this but yes, let’s have some bear bread. now where is my honey?