I've really enjoyed doing all the reading for Donna's Personal Photography challenge this month on food..
Taking photos of food is a lot harder than you think.
Mediterranean Food Warehouse) and FRESH pomegranates which are in supermarkets at the moment - out goes the window worrying about how many travel miles it took to get here. Pomegranates are soo loved in our home! (we have a tree but never had any luck getting them to ripen - they rot before they ripen)
Pomegranate molasses chicken.
A good handful of fresh coriander chopped
4 Tablespoons of olive oil
4 Tablespoon of honey
3 Tablespoons of pomegranate molasses
1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon
1 teaspoon of paprika
1 teaspoon of cayenne pepper
Salt and pepper
Combine and spread over chicken and bake until cooked about 50 minutes at 160 deg C oven.
Salad leaves from the garden or even baby spinach
small handful of fresh thyme and as flowering I popped some in too
Generous handful of green and black grapes cut in half
Small handful of olives green or black - I had black so in they went
seeds of half a pomegranate ooh la la yummy yummy.$2.98 each at supermarket so I only put in half and saved half for tomorrow.
3 cloves of garlic chopped fine
juice and zest of one lemon
2 Tablespoons of pomegranate molasses
about 1/4 cup of olive oil
Mix all together in a jar. I always prefer to let everyone put on their own salad dressing rather than pouring onto a salad - but that's just how I prefer to do dressings.
Hassle back potatoes.
Put a skewer through the spud and then cut down to the skewer - this helps stop you cutting all the way through the potato.
Place a few fresh bay leaf strips (take out centre of each bay leaf), salt and pour over olive oil.
Our tea. I do find it very hard to dish up fast and take a good photo
NB all food is wheat free, dairy free, nut free and egg and fish free to suit food allergies in our home.
Linking up to Mosaic Monday too