I’ve tried to grow figs myself but I’ve found that you really need an extended period of lovely hot weather for them to ripen properly, inside and out. And in England, the only thing you can pretty much guarantee are long periods of rain, wind and cold.
The light is changing now and there’s a noticeable chill in the air. It’s my favourite time of year though, as long as the rain holds off. The sunlight has a warm, orangey glow to it and the tourist season here in Brighton also finally beginning to slow down.
One of the best parts of summer for me are the poppy fields on the outskirts of the city near Falmer. Usually in about June the carpets of red are visible from miles around.
It’s been a while since I’ve been able to attend any of the Brighton Food Society events, so an invite to meal provided by Well Hung Meat Company, hosted by the Food Society, and held at Flour Town in Hove, sounded like an ideal opportunity to get back into all things food. The invite basically mentioned meat and wine – how can a girl refuse?!
I’ve been updating my portfolio recently so I thought I’d share a couple of preview pics with you. I think beautiful cakes are probably my most favourite food photography subject – probably because I’m always hopeful a slice might come my way!
We had a little night away recently to celebrate my birthday. For one reason or another, we were’t able to venture too far afield so we settled on the nearby Ram Inn in Firle.
Ahh, rocky road slices: minimal cooking, maximum chocolate.
If full-on baking isn’t your thing but you fancy getting creative in the kitchen, you can’t go too wrong with rocky road
Street Diner, Brighton’s street food market has only been going for a couple of months but it’s already causing quite a stir amongst Brightonians.
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