Food Photography with Recipe Links (Early Winter 2022)

Food Photography with Recipe Links (Early Winter 2022)

This is what we’ve been eating over here recently.

In the past, in posts like this, I’d make a long list of the recipes in the text here, with the photos flowing out down below. It wasn’t always easy to be able to tell what was what, however, so I’m trying something different here. I’ve commented on each picture in its caption, and including the recipe links, where appropriate, there. The links are blue instead of black, and I hope the difference is not too subtle. (Sorry I can’t seem to get the caption font size larger.) Most have links to recipes on this blog, while I did include some simple photos of life around here that do not have links.

Please tell me if you like this way better or prefer the old way as before, where the links are easier to read but separate from the photos.

Winter is a good time to cook and keep the home fires burning…

A peek into my recent shopping cart…


Asparagus Egg Salad with Radish


Salmon Salad with baby lettuce, roasted Brussels sprouts, tomato, cheddar cheese, and toasted walnuts, with mustard vinaigrette


Shrimp Cabbage Pad Thai


Parmesan Broiled Tilapia, with Blueberries, and Roasted Red Cabbage with Carrot Jicama Slaw and Ginger Cumin Dressing


Lobster Ravioli (from Costco) with a little Sweet Corn Chowder and air-fried asparagus


My Vegetable Lasagna served with a side of pear and arugula


Best Raw Kale Salad Recipe (served with grain-free crusted Mahi Mahi bites)


Pineapple Shrimp Scampi


Double recipe of Green Egg Bake


Ginger Pear Muffins


Winter Vegetable Fish Chowder with fruit and broccoli/kale slaw


Pablano Fish Tacos


Simple scrambled eggs put in a grilled cheese sandwich served with blueberries and chips


Green Curry with Salmon and Vegetables


Spiced Coconut Shrimp with Spinach with toasted and buttered whole wheat sourdough


Cauliflower Poppers


Poached Eggs on Avocado Toast with Maldon Salt


Spicy Shrimp on Mashed Potatoes


A moment I thought was pretty on my cutting board


Veggie Sausage Casserole


Salmon Salad with baby lettuce, artichokes, radishes, avocado, air-fried green beans, blueberries, pear, and creamy lemon dressing


Savory Tuna Burgers with Sriracha Mayonnaise on Dave’s Killer 21 Grain bun




Salmon with Lemon Garlic sauce, served with broccoli/kale slaw and Caramelized Butternut Squash


James’ Apple Tart (not yet on the blog although he’s made it for 20 years)


Salmon Salad with baby lettuce, artichokes, radishes, avocado, air-fried green beans, blueberries, pear, and creamy lemon dressing


Batch of Asian Shrimp Veggie Bowls before I mixed in the shrimp


Black bean burger with cheese, salsa, and avocado, served with apple and fresh squeezed orange juice


Broccoli Cheddar Sticks (not yet cut)


Tuna Steak Rub with Herbed Lemon Pepper  Butter Sauce, served with leftover mashed potatoes, Roasted Carrots with Tahini, Pistachios, and Mint, side salad with feta, and Clove Infused Red Cabbage with Apples


Pot-Roasted Celeriac (Celery Root) with Horseradish Sauce, served with baked salmon


The Perfect Snowy Day Soup


Herbed Lemon Pepper Butter on Grilled Swordfish, served with Roasted Brussels Sprouts, with a Raspberry Streusel Muffin


Bang Bang Shrimp with Mango Slaw


Thyme and Garlic Roasted Shrimp with some leftovers


Simple meal of baked salmon, steamed green beans, and side salad with avocado and cherry tomatoes


Scrambled eggs, oven cooked bacon, and pear


Multigrain Blueberry Pancakes on the griddle


Multigrain Blueberry Pancakes plated


Herbed Shrimp Bruschetta


Dinosaur cut out sugar cookie
I work to amplify good wherever I find it. I love color, texture, beauty, great ideas, nature, metaphor, deliciousness, genuine spirituality, and exploring new territory. I encourage authenticity, nurture creativity, champion sustainability, promote peace, and hope to foster a new renaissance where we all are free to be our most fulfilled, multifaceted, and terrific selves. Read more here.


  1. John gregory 2 years ago

    I am hungry now. Your presentation is beautiful….

  2. Dilys 2 years ago

    Your meals are beautiful works of art! And even your cutting board is like an artist’s paint pallet ! You live in an artistic world of colours, textures and shapes and are loving enough to share it with us!
    Bless you Polly!

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