Idaho Food Photography

June 12, 2018

The problem with food photography, at least with taking photo’s of food, is you need to be full before you do so. Otherwise, you really want to eat all of the food. Take these for instance.

 

 

Idaho Food Photography

Idaho Food Photography

 

These were some of the best carne asada taco’s I’ve ever tasted. Super easy to make as well. Take 1 cup of orange juice, and 1/3 cup lime juice and use that as a marinade for your meat. I also sprinkle Don Sazon’s Carne Asada’s seasoning all over the meat before adding to the juice. Marinate for an hour and grill! So easy, so yummy.

 

 

 

 

 

Idaho Food Photography

 

Idaho Food Photography

 

Idaho Food Photography

 

Idaho Food Photography

 

Tomato’s have this elegant simplicity about them. They are one of the best things for food photography because you can use it in many different instances. To show farm fresh items, for recipes, for gardens, for sauces…. so many options.

 

 

 

 

Idaho Food Photography

 

Idaho Food Photography

 

Idaho Food Photography

 

Who can say anything bad about chocolate chip cookies. I love these dairy containers! They add so much to the scene.

 

 

 

Idaho Food Photography

 

Idaho Food Photography

 

Who else loves macaroons?! These little cookies are super hard to make, I have tried sooo many times to get these right. I finally found a recipe that is fool proof! Click here.

 

 

 

Idaho Food Photography

Idaho Food Photography

I love light and refreshing food on a white backdrop. This lemon cake is to die for and so pretty in a farm house scene!

 

 

  1. Cherly Ragas says:

    Hello, This is a fantastic quick recipe, thank you for taking the time to write the article. I am a good food lover and I like making bread and butter pudding.

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