I have been waiting anxiously to tell you about our feature in the latest issue of Martha Stewart’s Whole Living magazine.
This summer, during a sticky heat-wave, Jon, Miren and I flew to New York City to shoot this story titled “The best breakfast recipes ever (that happen to be gluten-free)”. This was a project we had been working on for months and I was excited to finally put it all together.
I developed six breakfast recipes for this story.
Roasted cherry tomato clafoutis,
butternut squash and apple muffins,
chestnut pancakes with roasted plums,
seeded bread (a recipe from my book),
tartines with salmon and goat cheese,
toasted coconut, pistachio and cranberry muesli,
kale and pineapple smoothie.
You can read the story and recipes here.
We arrived on set on a Friday morning to find a whole crew there awaiting. Marcus Nilsson whose work I have admired for years was the photographer, Shira Bocar and her team styled the recipes and Lucy Attwater brought the most amazing props. It all came together under the vision of Matthew Axe, Whole Living’s art director.
Nadia had joined us on this trip for extra support. It was hot in the city and I wasn’t sure how Jon and Miren would survive a full day of shooting. Marcus and the rest of the team made them feel comfortable and relaxed.
They played and colored books, even danced.
We were pampered and treated so kindly.
Here are some photos from inside the magazine that Marcus shot. Also including, some of my own photos of the recipes.
And the cover… Isn’t it beautiful?
A breakfast parfait made with my muesli recipe. It’s delicious.
The magazine is in newsstands now. I hope you can pick up your issue and cook some of these recipes. They are healthful, delicious, and gluten free (some even dairy free).
Thank you to the entire Whole Living team for such an amazing experience!
Photos 1, 3, 6 and 7 courtesy of Whole Living magazine.