Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Low Quality Photos, High Quality Taste

    In the past few weeks I've cooked many new recipes. The thing is, I'm a night owl, so most of the good food I make is long gone by dawn. The biggest downside of this fact is that I don't have the resources to take good pictures due to the lack of natural light. I sometimes take a couple of pictures with the best lighting I can get in order to document the existence of those dishes. I decided to share them with you because even though they don't look pretty in the pictures, I still think these foods were delicious.

Low Quality Photos, High Quality Taste

Clockwise:

  1. Breaded Chicken Breast with Hasselback Potatoes and Avocado.
  2. Marbled Bundt Cake
  3. Sorullitos de Maíz (Cornmeal Fritters) with MayoKetchup.
  4. Monkey Bread baked in a loaf pan. 
The links above point to the recipes that inspired me. You will notice that in most cases my finished results are very different from what the original cook did. Sometimes I make variations on purpose, but other times I'm forced to improvise because halfway through the recipe I notice that I'm missing some of the ingredients.

6 comments:

  1. homemade sorullitos?? sounds yum!!

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  2. @ Miss Lou: Yes and they were yummy. If you click through the link you'll find the recipe.

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  3. How nice to find puertorican bloggers! I'm so glad you liked the sorullitos.

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  4. @ Yadsia: The sorullitos were delicious. Thanks a lot for posting it on your blog for everyone to enjoy. By the way, Miss Lou is also a blogger from Puerto Rico.

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  5. The food looks soooo yummy! I love collecting recipes; happy to have found your blog ^^

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  6. @ Kat: These recipes are delicious. I'm glad you liked my blog and feel free to share your experience with any of these recipes if you try them. Have a nice day!

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