Monthly Archives: October 2014

Apples: Pork’s Favorite Muse

“Pork chops and apple sauce, that’s swell”.  Those of you old enough to understand that quote from The Brady Bunch, are also old enough to have probably tasted enough tough and flavorless pork chops over the years.  Apples go great with pork. There is no question about that.  But how does a novice home cook […]

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Thalia @ butter and brioche - Not only does this pork look delicious but it is SO beautifully captured as well. Pinned!

Emily | Gather & Dine - Wow, you have such a beautiful site here! Love your expressive photography and vibrant food.

The Blonde Chef - I am always interested in learning how to get the freshest meat possible so these tips are wonderful! Also, your photos are stunning!

Jim Rude - Thank you all for the complements.

Apples: The Best Apple Cake Ever

If you are like Jena and I, the excitement in anticipation for apple season is almost unbearable. It’s almost understandable why Adam took that first bite of an apple in the Garden of Eden. Apples are sinfully delicious. Wisconsin in October may not be Eden, but if you like a change of seasons, it’s pretty […]

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Thalia @ butter and brioche - Wow this apple cake looks divine! Beautiful photography of it too!

Claudia @ HomeMade with love - OMG I love your pictures, the light, the clearness and the composition! Can’t stop looking at them.
Have you thought about making a photography ebook? I would love to learn from you.

Aysegul - Ice - You are right – this is the best apple cake ever! Your photos are outstanding!

Wild Mushroom and Brioche Stuffing - […] Caramel Sauce – Foxes Loves Lemons Persimmon Cranberry Crisp – The Bojon Gourmet The Best Apple Cake Ever – Little Rusted Laddle Cinnamon Sugar Hasselback Sweet Potatoes with Oatmeal Cookie Crumble […]

Baby June - Holy cow. That is gorgeous. I’m so glad I found your blog 🙂

Our Best Ever Fall Recipes! | Little Rusted Ladle - […] shots we’ve done. They bring back wonderful memories of the moments in which they were made. The apple article we did a couple of years ago and that incredibly delicious apple upside down […]

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