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Wow thanks for that Steve, just had a quick look and will have another proper look later, so many categories even Wine photography - definately will be looking closely at those🍷

 

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I started the thread with pizza, then stopped contributing! This isn't even my cooking, a man's got to know his limitations.

These are OH's Stilton, mustard and spring onion scones. Images hosts are all over the place this weekend- one of these should work!

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I’m still baking. I’ve moved on to a gluten free recipe book, not the we’re gluten free, I just liked the look of these salted caramel brownies. They were ‘gert lush’ to use some local Bristolian slang 😋

 

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They look good also 😊 I'm still using your scone recipe on a regular basis, tweaking it a little adding more sultanas and glace cherries. I had intended to use just cherries the other day but alas, by the time I'd nibbled a few out of the tub, there weren't enough left to do just with cherries😄  Also done a few more cheesecakes but haven't photographed them as yet😁. Here's a triple chocolate log from the bakeoff book, doesn't look too pretty but was lush 😄

 

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1 minute ago, Ed Rooney said:

Hey, Carol and Steve, I'm a kind of neighbour. Send some of those baked goods to me, please. 

It's a shame it has to be a virtual slice - such a shame we don't all live closer - I think we would all go round to Steve for tea😁

 

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55 minutes ago, Steve Hyde said:

I’m still baking. I’ve moved on to a gluten free recipe book, not the we’re gluten free, I just liked the look of these salted caramel brownies. They were ‘gert lush’ to use some local Bristolian slang 😋

 

a-freshly-cooked-batch-of-salted-caramel

 

Real nice styling and lighting Steve!

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5 minutes ago, Michael Ventura said:

 

Real nice styling and lighting Steve!

 
Thanks Michael, I’m on my fourth food photography book since Xmas. The shops re open in the UK tomorrow so I’ll be able to go out and get some props. Three of those books are by America photographers.

 

4 minutes ago, spacecadet said:

I need to get me some planks.

 

I stained two scaffold planks with some of dark oak fence stain recently. They work really well. 
 

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3 minutes ago, Steve Hyde said:

 
Thanks Michael, I’m on my fourth food photography book since Xmas. The shops re open in the UK tomorrow so I’ll be able to go out and get some props. Three of those books are by America photographers.

 

 

I stained two scaffold planks with some of dark oak fence stain recently. They work really well. 
 

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What a very tidy pizza. Mine are almost, but not quite, entirely unlike circles.

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I broke my “no breakfast” stance this morning. I made American biscuits and sausage gravy. Split the biscuits and ladle the gravy over. For my son. I managed to eat 1 1/4  biscuits and left the rest on my plate. Jeff ate 3 and 3/4 of the sausage gravy. I brown pork sausage into crumbles and add it to the gravy.

I’m not sure whether you get American style food at McDonald’s over the Pond, but if you get the biscuits with either sausage, sausage and egg, or bacon, egg & cheese biscuits, those are the biscuits I’m talking about.

Like these, not my image.

 

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