Is it true or is it true"
Fall food is rocking the house this month! Pumpkin Alfredo, Chicken Wild Rice Soup, Miracle No Knead Bread, and a revisiting of these Maple Glazed Pumpkin Muffins" SO MUCH GOOD going around the table right now. Last night was a random fridge-clean-out dinner of butternut squash soup with roasted potatoes and a grainy mustard sauce, and even THAT was everything basic and fall-ish and yummy. We are in the prime of Fall Food Awesomeness.
But as much as I’m loving these cozy fall recipes, it’s actually WORKSHOPS that have been dominating my life lately. And I love it! This blog is sort of a reflection of my life as much as it is a massive collection of recipes, and for that reason I feel like I can tell you the truth: even though we are in the midst of fall food awesomeness, I definitely ordered pizza more than once in the last few consecutive days and I have spent most of my current life snuggled up with a white fuzzy blanket on the couch, getting cozy with Sage and letting Netflix just play the next episode of The Office while making approximately zero attempt to stop it. Bjork and I bundled up in jackets and hats (first time this year!) and walked to Caribou yesterday for a hot chocolate – it felt like a big, special deal. I have grandiose plans for a soup-cheese-bread situation for dinner (ummm how about that grilled cheese" FALLELUJAH) and I am inappropriately excited to watch the Presidential debate in sweats tonight. File under: you know you’re 30 years old when.
After two busy workshops in last two weeks, this is what I call Workshop Recovery Mode in full effect.
You guys, workshops have been amazing, mostly because you all are amazing.
Our little POY team has had so much fun meeting people, talking about cameras and lighting and style, and practicing this food photography thing TOGETHER, in a fun space, with dedicated time to just create for no other reason than joy and practice. Workshops ar...