An amazing meal from at Georgie’s Harvest as part of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival. A little slack getting these online, but at least now you can have a looksee
http://chezdre.com.au/ The Brioche is fantastic.
Decided to hone my skills at a food photography workshop run by Dario Milano of foodpixels.com Bring any kind of camera and he’ll have a crack at finding manual mode: Setting up for a natural light shot: Shooting tethered to … Continue reading
Another industrial chic cafe, which you can only get away with if you do it well. And they do at Three Bags Full.
Wok, wine, rip, lick, bite, suck. Simple formula for a great social event. www.woknwine.com …and if anyone is getting a treatment at Miss Fox this morning, this is why your massage oil probably smells like chilli prawns:
The Dead Man interpretation of Panmolle. Before, during and after.
Have been to Q Eleven approximately a zillion times and always love it, yet haven’t gotten round to posting about it. So here. Definitely a favourite early breakfast spot. I started eating before taking a photo: Kingfish: Poached Pear:
We told them just to bring us yum stuff until we were full. And this is how it played out at Josie Bones, really enjoyed it.
This little piggy went … orienteering! Suckling pig on a spit, roasted over an open BBQ at a “secret” location (which turned out to be the backyard of The Estelle), with cider. Thanks to all involved! Suzanne @essjayeff Adam @bresswinecider … Continue reading
This morning I managed to resist the urge to order the delicious Corn & Jalapeño pepper brioche with pulled pork, and instead went with French toast… Earlier post http://www.colourandlight.co.nz/blog/?p=1263
It’s mainly orange. Though the napkins were blue.
http://huxtablerestaurant.com.au/ And the guy who made me take a photo of him because we were wearing the same jacket…