Category Archives: Recipes

A Recipe for Oven Baked Trout in Parchment

Trout is a pretty tasty fish, but cooking it right can make it a phenomenal meal. Try out this quick and easy recipe from my buddy Kevin Ward. Serves 2, but you can easily double it for a dinner party. Ingredients: 2 Whole Trout, cleaned, boned, and butterflied (you can ask your fishmonger to do...

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    A Recipe for The Best Sandwich Ever

    When I was first getting in to food photography, I reached out to a good friend of mine who is an excellent chef. I wanted to create some new food shots for my portfolio and he wanted to try his hand at food styling. It was a win win scenario and the results look beautiful...

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    • Gene Danenhower04/13/2011 - 9:10 pm

      I think Lincoln is my long lost brother separated at birth….

      Love your work Lincoln!ReplyCancel

    • Dad09/20/2011 - 10:33 am

      Linc,

      What time is Lunch!

      Love

      DadReplyCancel

    • Liane01/05/2014 - 4:00 pm

      That looks absolutely divine, nothing beats a real steak sandwich. Do you have any suggestions to replace the hanger steak? Maybe a flank?ReplyCancel

    A Recipe for Watermelon Radish Winter Citrus Salad

    Another Kevin Ward recipe for a delicious and crisp salad with seasonal ingredients. 2 Watermelon Radishes, sliced paper thin on a mandolin 1 Cara Cara Orange, segmented, juice saved 1 Grapefruit, segmented, juice saved 1 Blood Orange, segmented, juice saved 1 small bulb Fennel, peeled in 2” ribbons Sunflower sprouts 1 Meyer Lemon, juice 3...

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      A Recipe for Pickled Beets

      I’ve been thinking a lot about my blog lately and it’s purpose. Is it a window into my career? Is a place for me to talk about the business of photography to help my fellow colleagues? Should I post personal work? Does it have to be just that? Can it be more? Should it be...

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