Saturday, May 7, 2011

Pic post: Photos from a Seder recipe shoot for Nina Planck, author of Real Food: What to Eat and Why.

Worlds collide! 
Many of you that know me know I've been in the service industry in one capacity or another since the age of 13 and some may even know that for a short time I thought of going to culinary school. Thanks to the kind interest of one C.I.A. (Culinary Institute of America) grad, I got the chance to prep in a working kitchen, and even cook once (on a Friday night no less) and discovered that cooking for a living wasn't for me. Cooking for pleasure is a totally different matter, however, and I am truly blessed to be marrying a woman that is equally as passionate (if not more so) about real food with ingredients anyone can pronounce and sourcing as much of it as possible locally.

So when Michele Pulaski, chef/owner of DiSH Catering (and our caterer), referred me to Nina Planck author of Real Food: What to Eat and Why I was obviously beside myself with excitement. Below are a few of my favorite images of the Seder dinner recipe shoot.

 Apples for Apple Charoset

 Nina Planck. Mom, author, real food enthusiast.

 Leg of lamb

 Chef Michele Pulaski turning the lamb

 The beginning of home made matzo ball soup

Don't you want a bowl right about now?

Thanks to Nina and Michele both. I can't wait to do more soon!

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