Around the World in 80 Dishes

There’s no denying that food and travel go hand in hand. One of the most exciting things about going abroad is experiencing exotic flavours and indulging in different foods that we’re not used to sampling back home. Today, many of us are fortunate enough to enjoy our favourite cuisines in our homelands, thanks to an abundance of international restaurants; but an increase in international food stores, as well as more global ingredients appearing in regular supermarkets, means it’s easier than ever before to re-create these much-loved meals from the comfort of our own kitchens. There’s nothing quite like serving up an aesthetically pleasing masterpiece and knowing you’re responsible for its heavenly aromas and rich flavours. Around The World In 80 Dishes is the ultimate companion for any foodie – a collection of the most mouth-watering recipes from every corner of the globe, including fascinating insights into their origins. The most difficult problem you’ll face will be deciding what to cook next!

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Around the World in 80 Dishes
via my favourite magazines

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Sweet desserts

Winning images from the “Sweet desserts” competition.

by Оконешникова Наталья
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by Demchenko Roman
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by Vadim Piskarev
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by Hashim Radwa
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by Волкова Екатерина
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Winning images from the “Sweet desserts” competition.
more at 35awards

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Taste 17-Minutes Meals

Weeknight meals can be on the table in a flash with this collection of clever recipes. Ready in just 17 minutes or under, these family-friendly dishes will make dinnertime easier. Plus, they’re from our Eat Real range, which means they’re packed with veg and lighter on the calories while still being super more-ish. Eating healthier really can be fast and fab!

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Australia’s Top-Rated Recipe Collections
Photography: Guy Bailey, Chris L Jones, Vanessa Levis, Mark Roper, Jeremy Simons, Brett Stevens, Craig Wall

more at Taste

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Don’t Eat The Props

I never would have guessed that I would be a professional food photographer and stylist. I’ve always gravitated towards people and dramatic costumes and makeup as my muses. I quickly learned that I can have just as much creative flair with food and, also have a subject that doesn’t talk back or cancel a session. It does, however, expire.

My advice to those starting out is to find and make as many of your props and surfaces as you can. You also don’t need brand new equipment or gear. If you do your research, you can find good deals on used equipment or even rent before you buy to see what you like. Some of the surfaces I like to shoot with the most are ones I’ve made myself. They are also guaranteed to be unique.

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Don’t Eat The Props by Lauren Lear

more in The Big Photo E-Zine at The Photographer Academy

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The Art of the Snack

A Greek Feast for the Tastebuds
Greek Sneek is tucked away down a hallway reminiscent of the maze of narrow streets in the old country. The entryway passes through the wine room before opening into a white brick barrel-vaulted dining room.

Greek Sneek believes that eating, drinking, and toasting loudly is the best way to fulfill your moral obligation to maximize pleasure.

Greek Sneek serves Greek and Mediterranean cuisine created by executive chef, William DeMarco, along with hand-crafted Greek cocktails, inspired by native spirits, in addition to Greek wines, beers and Ouzo selections. Greek Sneek is a Morton Group restaurant.

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The Art of the Snack
A Greek Feast for the Tastebuds

more in Athleisure Magazine
at issuu

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Pink Lady® Food Photographer of the Year

Open to professional and non-professional, old and young, the Awards celebrate the very best in food photography and film from around the world.

The categories cover the full cultural range of the depiction of food in society – there is something for everyone. From styled food for magazines to images of families eating together in celebration of religious festivals, from depictions of the realities of food production to food growing in its natural setting.

Pumpkins At Sunrise
1st Place Andrew Newey, United Kingdom
Food in the Field Category
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Harvesting Gold
1st Place Kazi Mushfiq, Bangladesh
Bring Home the Harvest Category
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Preparing For The Nightshift
1st Place Tiree Dawson, United Kingdom
Champagne Taittinger Wedding Food Photographer
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Cauldron Noodles
1st Place Jianhui Liao, China
Food for Celebration Category
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Tarte Tatin With Thyme
1st Place Nick Millward, United Kingdom
Marks & Spencer Food Portraiture
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more at Pink Lady Food Photographer of the Year

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Bon Appétit by Artur J. Heller

Food Photography by Artur J. Heller
Graphic designer, photographer. Very creative and independent. 23 years experience in DTP, design, photography. Running own graphic design studio. I like challenges and hard work that brings great results. I manage well working under pressure when it comes to deadlines. No project is too small or too big.

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Bon Appétit by Artur J. Heller
more at Camerapixo

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