Food photography workshop with Gentl & Hyers | Lummi Island, WA August 18-21, 2017

Workshop with Gentl & Hyers | Lummi Island 8/18-8/21 2017Workshop with Gentl & Hyers | Lummi Island 8/18-8/21 2017

Excited to return to Lummi Island with Gentl & Hyers this August 18-21. They will be teaching a photography workshop with a focus on reportage, food, still life and portraits. My friend Jim Henkens and I will be supporting them with our experience in food styling, photography and prop sourcing. The workshop will be hosted at Jim’s beautiful and quaint beach cottage that is full of vintage kitchenware.

You can REGISTER at Jim’s site Marine Area 7.

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Burnt carrots with yogurt inspired by Sunday Suppers’ Simple Fare

Burnt carrots by Aran Goyoaga

Last week I announced I will be teaching a food styling and photo workshop at Sunday Suppers in Brooklyn 9/30 and 10/1. Any chance I have to visit the studio I’m there. And did you know that Sunday Suppers just realized their second book Simple Fare? It is beautiful and I truly encourage you to pick it up. Simple Fare is divided into two volumes. The first one, dedicated to Spring and Summer is in bookstores now. Fall and Winter will be released later this year.

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A recipe for eggs with dukkah and a Sunday Suppers workshop | 9.30 & 10.1 Brooklyn

Aran Goyoaga

I’m happy to announce a food and photography workshop with me at the Sunday Suppers studio in Brooklyn on September 30th and October 1st. You can sign up for one or both days. Here is a brief description.

FOR TICKETS, GO TO SUNDAY SUPPERS.

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Dacor’s Modernist Collection at Pebble Beach Food & Wine Festival

Aran Goyoaga

A couple of weekends ago, Dacor invited me to the Pebble Beach Food & Wine festival to experience their new Modernist Collection. There were many cooking demos, dinners and cocktail parties to attend that showcased the new design and features of the Modernist Collection appliances. I have cooked with Dacor appliances in the past always to great results and I was eager to see the new design and performance elements. As I suspected, I was not disappointed.

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