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workshop days in the australian blue mountains

Food styling & photography workshop in Australia with Aran Goyoaga | Cannelle et Vanille

Happy new year, everyone.I'm back to share some images from last November when I traveled to Australia's Blue Mountains to teach a food styling and photography workshop with Luisa Brimble.I left rainy and bleak Seattle to find Spring in full bloom in Sydney. It was still quite chilly and rainy but the colors were ...




Noosa yoghurt two ways: roasted beets and quince applesauce

Roasted beets with yogurt and dukkah | Cannelle et Vanille

I just returned from a 10-day trip in Australia's Blue Mountains where I taught a food styling and photography workshop with my friend Luisa Brimble, hosted by the beautiful Sophie Hansen. I have so many images to go through and hopefully I will be able to share the experience with you shortly. I went from ...




Chocolate chip, buckwheat and sea salt cookies

Chocolate chip, buckwheat and sea salt cookies | Cannelle et Vanille

I recently did some recipe development for Aloha using two of their products and I wanted to share them with you - cookies and a breakfast bowl. And nothing wrong with eating them together either.Aloha prides itself in products that are organically grown, free of artificial colors, flavors and sweeteners, tested beyond government regulations, ...




Citrus cake for the winter blues

Citrus and yogurt cake | Cannelle et Vanille

A few days ago I received the most generous gift from my friend Terisa in California. A box filled with infinite varieties of citrus, guava and persimmons, which grow right on her property. See the array on my last post. Quite remarkable. Also quite hard to visualize given the lack of sunshine in the Pacific ...




An apple, hazelnut and oat cake

Apple, hazelnut and oat cake | Cannelle et Vanille

I don't have any tattoos although for a while I considered getting one. "What would it be?" Jenny asked. Like lightning, I felt an impulse... "a little tiny apple on my knuckle!". No actual tattoo came out of it, but I do think about that spontaneous reply often. This simply to illustrate my love for ...