Month: January 2012

  • Apple Cinnamon Doughnuts

    Soft, fragrant, pillowy morsels of dough encasing a cinnamon scented ring of apple goodness. Apple Cinnamon Doughnuts. These will make you turn into the worst poet. Granted. But oh sweetness, they are worth losing a rhyme or two over. Forgive me if it sounds like my mind has been lost to a wonderful piece of […]

  • Currently…

    Heirloom Book Company, downtown Charleston. If you are looking for me, I am currently going through 1009 shots taken this past weekend for One Kings Lane. The online site will have a Tag Sale for Heirloom Book Company which is putting up for sale 250 vintage cookbooks, on February 26th. I have been private to […]

  • Champagne Sorbet With Red Currant Syrup

    First thing before today’s post and recipe: the winner of the Squam Workshop Giveaway is Patti from Peppermint Ph.D! Congratulations! please send me your mailing address at mytartelette AT gmail DOT com so I can forward it to the Squam team. So strange. So strange to be writing and listening to the sound of my […]

  • Not One But Two Three Days – Four Nights Food Photography Workshops in Charleston, South Carolina!

    I have to say, so far the year has kicked in high gear right from the start with great projects after great projects. Work wise, the calendar looks like a well packed tin of sardines. Fun wise, I am making sure there are plenty of fun projects to sustain creativity and inspiration throughout the year. […]

  • June, September & October Squam Food Photography Workshops, A Giveaway, A Ratatouille Tart & A Blackberry Cobbler

    The first time I heard about Squam Lake and Squam Workshops I said outloud “Ugh?”. That was last year. Now, when I hear those words, something inside of me lights up and I say “heck yes!” Squam is truly a magical place. A three day retreat put together by a group of talented women with […]

  • Lemon Parsley Marinated Shrimp With A Ribbon Veggie Salad

    If you have been reading this blog for a while, you have noticed that I very seldom do product reviews or promotions. Part is because I am seldom solicited to do so. Part is because although I am asked every so often, I either don’t like the product I am offered or I don’t think […]

  • Steamed Mussels & A Buttermilk Frangipane Cake

    I hope that everyone had a great holiday break and celebrated the New Year as they wished. Quietly or with lots of fireworks and revelers. I don’t know about you but even if I don’t make resolutions I truly enjoy this feeling of starting clean that comes with January. Twelve new months, yours for the […]