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Kanafe - an iconic sweet dessert in the Middle Eastern region. There are many versions but my favorite is the one made with Nabulsieh cheese which originated in Palestine.
For Dima Sharif's book Plated heirlooms we made a the kanafe noodles and shaped them in cones. FIlling them with a light cream flavored with rose and pistachios. A delightful and lighter version.
Image details: f/4.5 // 1/10 sec // ISO 100 // 85 mm lens
Light details: Early morning natural light coming from approx 10 o'clock, diffused. Reflectors placed on the opposite side.
Styling details: The image I shot for this recipe was to portray the lightness but also transport the richness of this dessert - in terms of the dish but also in terms of it's cultural importance and history. I chose the rich deep blue color to enhance and highlight the beautiful and delicate dessert. The styling is very minimal just an heirloom - a locket on a chain and a small cup with the whipped cream portraying the evil eye to keep away all evil eyes - a superstition very much part of not only the Palestinian culture but also the Indian culture and something both Dima and my mum very much believe in LOL!
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[NEW POST] If you have never gathered food in the wild then wild garlic should be at the top of your foraging to-do list. Fragrant and so full of flavor I share my foraging memories, tips and this might GERMAN SPÄTZLE RECIPE WITH ASPARAGUS & WILD GARLIC ALMOND PESTO.
http://www.whatsforlunchhoney.net/2016/05/german-spaetzle-with-wild-garlic-almond.html
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German Spätzle with Wild Garlic Pesto and Asparagus
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When you go shopping at the market for a client project and come home with a copious selection of fruit! I've got strawberries, cantaloupe, saturn peaches, apricots, golden kiwis and aromatice medlars or Japanese plums in my basket.
Image details: F/16 // 0.8 seconds // ISO 160 // Lens Canon ef 24-70mm
Light details: Natural light mostly coming in from about 2 to 3 o'clock.Taken at 3:30 PM (May 2016). I had covered my windows with black card in which I had punched out random holes to allow various rays of light hit unevenly on my subject. I used a foamboard to bounce a bit of light back on the left but kept most of it dark and shadowy - wanting the colors of the fruit to pop out.
Styling details: A simple two-tiered wire basket I often use for my eggs and veggies served the purpose quite well here. Otherwise I kept everything in earthy brown as it paired with most of the colors of the fruit really well. The napkin adds a bit more texture to the otherwise flat surface of the brown background and the knife gives the viewer a little story to play with.
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One of the hottest posts on WFLH! Spice Infusion 3 | Chiilies
April's spice is chilli! The post compiles several great recipe ideas, uses and facts about this fiery fruit from many of my friends on social media. For the images I went red and let my chillies steal the show.
Post: http://www.whatsforlunchhoney.net/2016/04/spice-infusions-3-chillies.html
Photo Project with: +Deeba Rajpal +Dolphia Nandi-Arnstein +Simi J
#spices #Indian #foodphotography #foodphoto #chilli
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On the weekend I finally got my copy of "Plated Heirlooms" the cookbook I shot with Dima Sharif - it was like holding our baby for the first time. Dima produced a masterpiece in words, narrating stories from her rich heritage. I am honored and proud to have played a role in this - as seeing the BIG book the images bring her words to life. I had almost forgotten how hard we worked at shooting the images for the recipes. Although most of it was shot in Dubai there were 30 recipes I cooked, styled and shot here in Germany. Like these lovely Atayef. Like small pancakes filled with a rich cream and dipped in pistachios, rose petals and coconut. So delicate and pristine.
Image details: f/4 // 1/40 seconds // ISO 100 // Canon lens 24-70 mm
Light details: Diffused natural light from 9' oclock with a large reflector at 3 o'clock and a small reflector at the bottom right corner.
Styling details: I wanted to reflect the delicacy of these little bites in the image and wanted to depict a story of an elegant festivity by using the vintage cakestand. Keeping most of the image in off white shades - I used a textured piece of wallpaper for the background and a white/blue-y painted wooden board under the caketstand. While the viewer takes in the colors and textures of the atayef as the hero I use the bottle in the background with the golden syrup to direct the eyes further into the image keeping the viewer in my story a little longer.
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After what seems like ages I am baking for the blog. It's been neglected for a bit due to travel, workshops, client projects and e-courses. I have been looking forward to today just me, my kitchen, my studio and camera and my blog! Join me on Snapchat today as I share some of my process from baking to styling and shooting! 💜 You will find me on @meetawolff 
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Wild garlic pesto in the making!
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SPICE INFUSIONS 2 - Journey on my spice trail as I delve into 3 divine spices: Turmeric, Peppercorns and Cardamom. My March edition of the monthly photography project. In this post I share a few tips, stories and recipe ideas with each spice and of course more photos.
http://www.whatsforlunchhoney.net/2016/04/spice-infusions-turmeric-cardamom-pepper.html
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"One should not attend even the end of the world without a good #breakfast" Make this: overnight #Bircher #Muesli http://buff.ly/1SZNqcd
Ready, steady … go! Most mornings many of us are dashing out the door, grabbing a quick piece of toast and a coffee to go. I know you all are smart enough to know that a good meal at the start of the day takes you further, ke...
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Never skip a breakfast! This portable breakfast makes a great, nutritional breakfast on the go!
Overnight 5 Grain Bircher Muesli With Goji berries and Green Apple
Recipe: http://bit.ly/1VBdwsV
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  • Bauhaus University Weimar
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Food Photographer, Stylist, Writer and Blogger. Living all my passions. You'll find me on my blog cooking up a storm: www.whatsforlunchhoney.net

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