I’ve posted about Joy The Baker’s Classic Lemon Bars once before. If you love a crisp, buttery, shortbread base topped with ooey, gooey, lemon curd then you NEED this recipe in your life.Read More
Combined in a casserole dish with brown sugar, spices, and a small amount of liquid for one hour at 350ºF yields supple, lightly sweetened, spiced fruit that is versatile in both sweet and savory dishes.Read More
il Trullo, located at King's Wharf in Dartmouth, asked me to do some shots for their upcoming new website.
One of the perks of the job - I got to try everything and the food is soooooooo goooooood.
il Trullo is open for lunch and dinner Tuesday through Friday, dinner only on Saturdays, brunch and dinner on Sundays and closed Mondays.
I've been working with Benjamin Bridge since October and a few weeks ago I finally got to photograph the 'toast of Nova Scotia' - Nova 7.
More pics are coming soon but I think this one is so soft, warm and pretty - perfect for Mother's Day!
I've been shooting the 2014 Taste of Nova Scotia Culinary Guide for the last three weeks and today I FINALLY get to show you a sneak peek!
Of course, what is more quintisentially Nova Scotian than lobster?
Well, maybe seafood chowder, lighthouses and sou'westers but whatever.
I photographed this gleaming little guy with Christine White from Taste of Nova Scotia and Chef Ray Bear at Saege Bistro this past Sunday and today, Taste of Nova Scotia uploaded it as the cover photo on their Facebook page!
I AM BEYOND EXCITED.
The 2014 Taste of Nova Scotia Culinary Guide will be released on April 28 and I can't wait to share the rest with you!!