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Feb 04, 2020 22:49 |  #1006

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Good shots Renata. I finally have my kitchen renovations done. So cooked few simple things over the last 2-3 days. Today being a little chilly for us here in northern CA, I make some turkey chili for the first time. After eating it, I realized I should have taken a shot. Luckily there was leftovers. I am total rookie in this. I added a glass with some wine on the side but it was showing up 2 large blacks panels in the reflection, which I couldn't figure out where they coming from. So I removed the glass and then just zoomed in. Later found those were the patio doors with it being dark outside.

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Feb 04, 2020 23:14 |  #1007

bobbyz wrote in post #19004086 (external link)
I added a glass with some wine on the side but it was showing up 2 large blacks panels in the reflection, which I couldn't figure out where they coming from. So I removed the glass and then just zoomed in. Later found those were the patio doors with it being dark outside.

Very nice!

I like to use glasses but dislike having to deal with everything that they get a reflection from.




  
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Feb 04, 2020 23:47 |  #1008

bobbyz wrote in post #19004086 (external link)
Good shots Renata. I finally have my kitchen renovations done. So cooked few simple things over the last 2-3 days. Today being a little chilly for us here in northern CA, I make some turkey chili for the first time. After eating it, I realized I should have taken a shot. Luckily there was leftovers. I am total rookie in this. I added a glass with some wine on the side but it was showing up 2 large blacks panels in the reflection, which I couldn't figure out where they coming from. So I removed the glass and then just zoomed in. Later found those were the patio doors with it being dark outside.

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Thanks, Bobby. I just shoot the food I cook without much styling as I never have time to do that.
congrats on your kitchen renovation! I had mine completely torn down and remodeled 1.5 years ago and never looked back.
Keep shooting your food. That dish looks amazing and I bet it was delicious!


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Feb 06, 2020 20:38 |  #1009

Dinner in the last three days consisted of just salads and some retsina, a good one, too. All made from scratch, as usual. One of the salads was a spin on salad Nicoise and the other one was made of whatever was left in the fridge. Always home-made croutons.


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Feb 06, 2020 20:43 |  #1010

Excellent! I enjoy the vibrant color mix and you styled it very well! Yum...




  
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Feb 06, 2020 20:46 |  #1011

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Excellent! I enjoy the vibrant color mix and you styled it very well! Yum...

Thank you, ra40. I don't style on purpose. I just alternate the colors because I eat with all of my senses including my eyes :) Seriously.


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Feb 07, 2020 04:38 |  #1012

itsallart wrote in post #19005120 (external link)
Dinner in the last three days consisted of just salads and some retsina, a good one, too. All made from scratch, as usual. One of the salads was a spin on salad Nicoise and the other one was made of whatever was left in the fridge. Always home-made croutons.
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They both look fantastic, Renata. Perfect light and styling. One can see the artist in you!


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Feb 07, 2020 14:38 |  #1013

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They both look fantastic, Renata. Perfect light and styling. One can see the artist in you!

Thank you, Annie. I just love eating with my eyes :)
The light is from a bounced flash.


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Feb 10, 2020 09:20 |  #1014

A pot full of Beef Bourguignon with fresh thyme from my garden. Made from scratch yesterday.


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Feb 15, 2020 11:06 |  #1015

More home made stuff. Pictures are not pretty because my friend was crazy hungry.
Chicken tikka masala, samosas, naan with garlic, mint-cilantro dip and just cilantro dip, cucumber raita and kheer with caramelized pistachio nuts. Basmati rice and papads, too. It was spectacular. Friend said: better than in the best Indian restaurant :)


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Feb 15, 2020 11:06 |  #1016

Close ups.


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Feb 15, 2020 11:07 |  #1017

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Feb 15, 2020 11:29 |  #1018

itsallart wrote in post #19010000 (external link)
More home made stuff. Pictures are not pretty because my friend was crazy hungry.
Chicken tikka masala, smaosas, naan with garlic, mint-cilantro dip and just cilantro dip, cucumber raita and kheer with caramelized pistachio nuts. Basmati rice and papads, too. It was spectacular. Friend said: better than in the best Indian restaurant :)
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I'm waiting for your steak and baked potato or mashed potato and gravy with corn on the cob dinner. :-)


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Feb 15, 2020 11:41 |  #1019

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I'm waiting for your steak and baked potato or mashed potato and gravy with corn on the cob dinner. :-)

Sorry, Gene, I usually cook ethnic food. Steak and corn are not my thing, well except for filet mignon :)


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Feb 15, 2020 11:53 |  #1020

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Sorry, Gene, I usually cook ethnic food. Steak and corn are not my thing, well except for filet mignon :)

No need to apologize, I completely understand if steak and potatoes aren't your thing. I was raised on the blue-collar-working-man ethnic food of meat and potatoes. I suppose it all boils down to what one defines as 'ethnic food'. :-)


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