Tag Archives: food photography

Divine dining at Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

It has become our once a year guilty ritual, a visit to Heston Blumenthal’s restaurant, Dinner, housed in the Mandarin Oriental hotel.  This time around we were a party of four celebrating a birthday, all of us eager to surprise our palate.  Inevitably there were moans and groans around the table, each certain the dish…

A brief hello & Pakistani street food

Two weeks in Cambodia has left me feeling wonderfully recharged albeit a little jetlagged.  I’m looking forward to sharing some photos with you but for the time being here are some Pakistani food porn taken a few weeks ago at Sumayya’s.    

Miele 2063 Dining: a taste of what’s to come

Have you stopped to consider how different your meals – both in how it’s prepared to how it is eaten – might be fifty years into the future?  I certainly haven’t but it did pique my interest when I received an invitation to stop by the Miele showroom in Marylebone for chef Ben Spalding’s interpretation…

A sweetened Sunday :: Pakistani treats

This past Sunday was one of the sweeter ones I’ve had in a while.  Though I’ve pretty much reverted to my regular diet after the 3 week detox, I have been resisting what I crave for most, caffeine and sugar.  An exception was made over the weekend when Sumayya introduced me to her addictive homemade…

A foodie’s guide to Dr. Junger’s Clean detox: part 4

Today I’ll conclude the foodie’s guide to the Clean detox with soups.  For dinner I switched between smoothies and soups since I loved the smoothies so much and they seemed to require less effort.  There were two soups that I really enjoyed and offers robust flavors: the avocado cucumber soup and curried butternut squash soup. …

A foodie’s guide to Dr. Junger’s Clean detox: part 3

It’s no surprise that lunch is the meal I most looked forward to during the Clean detox.  Not only do the solid meals provide heartier sustenance, they tend to provide much more in terms of flavors.  Again, there are tons of recipes in the Clean book that offer a great selection for even the pickiest…

A foodie’s guide to Dr. Junger’s Clean detox: part 2

How fearful are you of giving up your vices – even if just temporarily?  As I write this it has been over a week since my completion of the 21 day Clean detox.  This means I have gone without dairy, alcohol and caffeine for three weeks and followed the unconventional meal structure as set out…

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