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My contribution to the Swedish group Photo Sunday (Fotosöndag) on the theme cooking.
Apparently a lot of folks are doing more cooking, which that at least is a good thing. Also for the weekly Light painting challenge, for Kitchen.
I've been doing so many color photos, it was nice to do one in a sepia tone. This photo goes with my next blog post about cooking pans.
Old family recipes handed down from mother to daughter, cooked with love through the generations. One here is the family Christmas Cake recipe with ticked off ingredients from a bygone year.
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This is a small local workshop where pig blood is prepared for delivery to the shops and restaurants in central Bangkok. This specific workshop is over 80 years old and uses the same cooking method as in the old days. There are large wood fired vats where the blood is cooked and prepared. It’s really like a bygone era. The only light available is from a hole in the roof, and the burning wood fires.
Since we are under quarantine, we decided to eat healthy and to enjoy the time cooking.
Cooking programs always show you the glamorous side of the dish, along with how easy it is to just add the lovely ingredients and walaah........It's so "Tasty and Good". Why do they ignore the fact that cooking is messy and the clean-up worse? No it doesn't just take 20 minutes to prepare. I'm making cole slaw for 20 for a big family meal this evening.
My sister in law. She was cooking cylindric glutinous rice cakes, a traditional cake in my country.
Have a nice Saturday, my dear friends.
A cooking pot in Allan MacRae's (a founder of the Assynt Crofters' Trust) house at Torbreck, Lochinver.
A good Shorebird day at Cooking Lake.
Top L - Sanderling. Top R- Black-bellied Plover
Bottom L - Semipalmated Plover. Bottom R - Least Sandpiper.
Cooking Lake, Alberta.
A shot from a couple of weeks ago when I was at Cooking Lake for sunrise.
Taken during cooking lesson... so yummy ! happy weekend guys !