This photo caught my attention because: 1. Food! 2. Lots of the same color with some contrasting colors 3. Shows some of the process to make the food and the finished product 4. Interesting angle - not directly above, and not directly beside. 5. Hierarchy of elements - "Cheez-its," "Homemade," cheese, crackers, bowl of crackers 6. Flows well, through the hierarchy
Churros Dough 1 cup water 2 1/2 tablespoons white sugar 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 1 cup all-purpose flour 2 quarts oil for frying Cinnamon Sugar 1/2 cup white sugar, or to taste 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
Canadian Maple Pie... this pie was a special pie to celebrate quebec's 400th anniversary. It is a bit expensive to make as it calls for 12oz. pure maple syrup. It only has 4 ingredients so it's relatively easy just make sure you CONSTANTLY stir. It has a strong caramel flavor in my opinion and is best very cold w/ whipped cream. My dad and I really enjoyed it.
"Creamy Avocado Salsa Verde! OMG this is SOOOOO GOOD! Being from Texas, I thought I knew every trick to get a great roasted flavor in any salsa - until I read this gal's recipe and made it. In lieu of chopping everything in batches in the food processor, this gal put all of the hard vegetables in a roasting pan, cooked them in the oven, which brought out just amazing flavor and made the assemblage so easy! This is a canning recipe, but it only makes 4 pints - which will disappear fast!