Posts Tagged ‘food photography’

Brunch Boys’ Founder Jeremy Jacobowitz Heats Up the Foodie World

Posted by melissa kandel on May 27, 2017 in food, Interview, New York City | 1 Comment

When you get right down to it, there are really only two kinds of people in this world: those who brunch and those who do not. I don’t mean to generalize here but generally, Non-Brunchers are pretty easy to spot in a crowd. They’re the ones who take 17 different spin classes before noon on a […]

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OC Weekly’s Fresh Toast: As Fresh and Toasty As You’d Expect

Posted by melissa kandel on March 30, 2017 in drink, food, Newport Beach | 2 Comments

By Melissa Kandel The single-greatest goal when attending a food festival is to eat. (Obviously.) If I were to write My Ultimate Guidebook for Crushing Food Fests: A Retrospective from Someone Who Possibly Knows, I’d include that on Page 1. Maybe even just the word “eat” in a kind of swirly lettering that’s stylish and […]

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Tuna Salad: Light, Easy, Delicious

Posted by melissa kandel on March 6, 2017 in food, Recipes | No Comments

It is not often in one’s life that a chance arises to espouse the many virtues of the illustrious tuna salad but as luck would have it, this blog post presents such an opportunity today. Underrated, under-appreciated, tuna salad has for too long been the last scrawny kid picked for softball; that sock at the bottom of your dryer you […]

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Pasta with Basil & Chives in Jalapeño Red Wine Reduction Sauce

Posted by melissa kandel on December 7, 2016 in #lwsblogchallenge, drink, food, wine | No Comments

My Winter Flu Soup was such an unexpected hit, I figured it’s only right to keep the food trend going with a hearty pasta dish. Make no holiday mistake about it, this is a wintry meal and it’s made to be enjoyed in your coziest wool socks and old, soft sweatshirt as you twirl the delicate strands […]

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Newport Beach Wine and Food Festival: A First Timer’s Tale

Posted by melissa kandel on October 12, 2016 in drink, food, wine | 2 Comments

“Unless you want me to pour the wine into your hands, you’ll probably need a glass.”  The man speaking was tall, though not uncommonly so, with light gray hair slicked back in one fell swoop from his forehead. He wore a red polo shirt, khaki pants and while his eyes were kind, he had the distinct […]

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10 Chefs to Follow … To the Ends of the Earth

Posted by melissa kandel on July 6, 2016 in food | 1 Comment

The foodie world is so large and yet, thanks to Instagram, so very small. Scottish langoustines can be seen from Prague to Oklahoma; a Tuscan heirloom tomato’s swirling reddish colors can be viewed by epicurean eyes in France. Or Switzerland. Or Thailand. Or from Aunt Edna’s basement where you’re currently sleeping on a half-tattered couch because rent is […]

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