Tag: food photography

Torched Lemon Sole

Spring! The time of the year when colour is reintroduced into our lives, our world comes alive again. It’s time to forget that long winter and come out of hibernation. For me spring is a fresh start, a new mindset, I’m ready… Read More

Lamb Rump

I love lamb, it’s easily my favourite meat. It’s fatty and packed with flavour, what’s not to like! Maybe not an ideal choice if your trying to diet but a cheeky cheat day never killed anyone. (Don’t take my word on this!)… Read More

Razor Clam

If you’re looking for a light and simple starter look no further! This razor clam is packed with goodies, full of flavour and texture. This dish was quick and easy to make. Each plate contains four razor clams. The shell is built… Read More

Pumpkin Cheesecake

A ‘Thanks Giving’ desert for all my friends across the pond. Spiced pumpkin purée , cheesecake mousse, maple ice cream, toasted Italian meringue, beurre noisette crumb and lemon curd. I love the warming spices of Cinnamon and Star anise in the pumpkin… Read More

Torched Mackerel

I had a lot of fun creating this dish. Cooking with a blowtorch is so much fun! If there is one thing you need to do before you die it’s cooking with a blowtorch, seriously just do it! This dish would be… Read More

Chocolate & Orange

Welcome to chocolate orange heaven…  Creating this dish has made me feel very festive! With Christmas creeping up fast why not try this desert at one of your festive gatherings! Delivering multiple textures and flavours of chocolate and orange this dish is… Read More

Beef Fillet

Never overlook the power of simplicity….  This dish looks clean and simple, seared beef fillet, Jerusalem Artichoke purée, sauté wild mushrooms, char-grilled king oyster mushroom, Caramalised onion puree and a roasted veal jus. When you taste the flavour combinations it starts to tell… Read More

Scallops-Parsnip-Curry

I wasn’t planning on doing a seafood dish this week, until I saw these lovely hand dived scallops at my local fishmongers in Victoria Park village. It’s the last day of national curry week and I wanted to incorporate that into my… Read More

Ragstone Goats Cheese Tortellini

With Autumn in the air I felt the need to check out Borough Market and see what’s about. The first thing to catch my eye was these shiny chestnuts. Instantly my mind started ticking and a dish started to appear in my… Read More

28 Day Dry Aged Ribeye Steak

If your into red meat and earthy flavours this plate is for you! The dry aged ribeye has some serious flavour on its own but paired up with this lot is off its head. On the plate you can see sauté wild mushrooms, mushroom… Read More