fresh fava pancetta pasta

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    experimenting with hue for another effect. all organic and super fresh--incredible flavor.

    Megan Conlin (organicpixel), and 20 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Megan Conlin (organicpixel) 93 months ago | reply

      Love the perspective and the accent of the blue plate, not to mention that the food itself looks delicious.

    2. skrockodile ( 93 months ago | reply

      This is beautiful! And love the other one too. The blue plate is wonderful. Man, I had no idea fava beans were to labor intensive! I have water-logged fingers from de-husking those suckers. Yours look way better than mine! Great idea for a pasta dish - bet it was delicious. Curious if you assembled it thinking about aesthetics first or taste.

    3. digimono ( Mostly Away ) 93 months ago | reply

      Love the blue here!!!

    4. a.rud.beth 93 months ago | reply

      This simple & aesthetic image was found in
      Food simple aestheticism (Post 1, Comment any 1)

      yes, the blue and the green beans look very nice together. i also like how you formed a pyramide out of the dish. you're not only a great chef and photographer you must be a fantastic architect ,too : )

    5. Aapplemint 93 months ago | reply

      I think the blue plate really introduces a new dimension to this shot.
      love the sharpness/ focus and colour tones.

    6. Little Grey 93 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called FOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

      very nice presentation.looks lovely and yummy.

    7. VROG in Bristol 93 months ago | reply

      loving this
      so much bright fresh lively colour
      hope the flavours were as good as the picture suggests

    8. mwhammer 93 months ago | reply

      thanks everyone!
      great insight! i agree, this version is so alive with color. it really was delicious; i would do it again in a heartbeat. :)
      thanks, i'm so happy you all like the blue! me too! hee. even though they are two different set-ups, this version with this plate i felt i had to include, precisely for the reasins you each have stated.
      thank you and thank you! i hope to be an architect in each of my endeavors; much appreciated.
      thank you! i added it.
      i bought the ingredients thinking about taste, and i assembled them thinking about aesthetics. your poor water-logged hands! it really is a lot of work, right? a commitment in meditation, for sure. did you make anything with yours? did you like their flavor? great to hear from you, i love reading your comments.
      thank you all for your feedback, everyone!

    9. skrockodile ( 93 months ago | reply

      Oh my, what work! My fingers looked like I had been siting in the bath . . . for a day. But things did not end well for me (no where near this crescendo for you). Will fill you in. . .

    10. Simone's Kitchen 90 months ago | reply

      O wow Melina.... I see what you mean! I thought I had seen this, but it turns out I didn't. It is absolutely stunning and well... to be honest... we shouldn't be compairing my disaster to this, as that will just make me cry.. lol...
      I will remove my photos shortly as I really only posted it to get some ideas and feedback and both you and Sabra have been so kind to comment on it. My only question is; how did you prevent the pasta from sliding down? I find that it gets a bit slippery and then just falls apart. Yours looks so fantastic and almost casually draped, but I guess that didn't happen by itself....

    11. ëzaricos 88 months ago | reply

      Very provocative. I'm very hungry again.

    12. roroscal 87 months ago | reply

      My goodness!!!

      We'd like to have your pic in our group mmmhhh!!! That's Good!!!.

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