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Archive for 2014
Grilling a tri tip can be intimidating. It’s varies in thickness so it can be undercooked easily. YOU NEED TO INVEST IN A MEAT THERMOMETER! Seriously, one of the best cooking investments ever.
I found this video and pretty much followed his steps and each time has been amazing.
I’m still new to the whole cast iron skillet thing. I like how versatile it is. This isn’t much of a recipe more than a procedure.
- 2-4 Pork Chops, bone or no bone, roughly 1-inch thick
- Olive Oil
- Salt & Pepper
i love making fried rice for the week… it’s super easy and cheap
- 5 cups cooked white rice
- 2-3 cloves garlic, minced
- 1/2 yellow onion, chopped
- 1 package bacon, chopped into squares
- 1 bag frozen vegetables
- 4 eggs
- reduced sodium soy sauce
- salt & pepper
Had the honor of taking photos of my niece for her one month anniversary. I’ve never done a “new baby” photoshoot before, but I took it as a challenge. I knew what type of shots I wanted to do — and what shots I didn’t want to do (eg Sofia in a hallowed-out watermelon a la Anne Geddes… blech).
The challenge was in post-production. I’m in love with the film look that many photographers are mimicking. It softens the photo and adds a lot more character to the subject. It took many hours to get what I wanted… and I don’t think it’s fully there… but it’s close. I can’t wait to do more photoshoots like this to get more practice at post-production.