Photo by Donna Turner Ruhlman
Long enamored of black and white, my wife and collaborator has been working on a series of food shots featuring not food so much as the color of food. If you like her work, let her know, spread this link on facebook or twitter, or have a look at her gallery at ruhlmanphotography.com.
This last one reflects where we’ve been. Florida at the height of citrus season. Great weather for the first time in a decade, excellent lunch at Cafe Morada, jaw achingly chewy conch fritters at Alabama Jack’s, an excellent meal at a new place on Palm Beach (my mom’s a real estate agent at Sotheby’s there) at Buccan, and delicious and genuine daiquiris at Nick and Johnny’s watching Duke’s final win (sigh).
Back home and will resume posting Monday (thinking stock more on stock, thanks to Twitter)!
As ever, I’m grateful to all who come to this site, especially those who comment and keep the conversation lively! Thank you!
Want more food writing? Have a look at some of my books:
- For deep forays into the world of professional cooking, my “Of A Chef” series, The Making of a Chef, The Soul of a Chef, and The Reach of a Chef.
- My opinionated essays on the basics of cooking and an equally opinionated dictionary of cooking terms: The Elements of Cooking, a steal for under $6!
- A book that teaches the basics of cooking using proportions of ingredients rather than set amounts: Ratio: The Simple Codes Behind the Craft of Everyday Cooking (it’s also a smart Phone App, watch the Ratio App video demo.
- A lot of readers aren’t aware that I’ve written four general (non-food) non-fiction books: Walk On Water, about a surgical team that repairs complex congenital heart disease, a brutal, fascinating sometimes tragic account of fixing children’s malformed hearts; Wooden Boats, about a boatyard on Martha’s Vineyard and the people who build and sail plank-on-frame vessels, House: A Memoir, about buying a run-down, century-old house in one of America’s first streetcar suburbs, reflections on the importance of houses, homes, and living in a single place in our era of vagabondage; and Boys Themselves, a school story, a year at an all-boys school that is defiantly pro-single sex for boys.
Happy cooking, everyone!
© 2011 Michael Ruhlman. Photo © 2011 Donna Turner-Ruhlman. All rights reserved.