Month: May 2012

  • A Sweet Affair …

    I don’t do wedding photography. It’s not that I can’t. I just enjoy photographing food a lot more. Except when it comes to friends. My husband used to be a wedding photographer back in the 70s and 80s. Some of our friends are sought after portrait and wedding photographers. I am still doing food and […]

  • Shrimp, Butternut Squash & Coconut Soup & Pickled Shrimp With Cucumber Spears

    Since I have started keeping up a blog in late 2006, I have always heard my seniors say “never apologize for being busy, missing or not keeping up regular posting schedule”. I get that. A blog is primarily meant for fun. Or at least it started that way for most. It did for me. My […]

  • Food Photography Workshop In Charleston – A Recap.

    Thank you all for your words of comfort and virtual hugs. I came to you from a very vulnerable place and your words held me strong throughout some pretty dark hours. Some comfort came from learning that since he was an organ donor, my cousin’s heart is beating for someone else. This bit of news […]

  • Holding…

    Today holds all the promises of a good day. It is my birthday. It is Mother’s Day here in the US. And yet, it is a difficult day for my family yet again. In the last 5 months we have had to say goodbye to three very close family members. My grandfather, my uncle and […]

  • Squash Blossom Quiche With Feta & Basil

    My voice is raspy. My eyelids are heavy. My clothes are still in a pile by my bed. And I still have to find my slippers. Yet, my heart is full, my memories wonderful and my mind is a big mumble jumble of pressure drop, happiness and everything that is good and wonderful. Clare and […]