Thursday, February 4, 2010

Friday Shoot Out- Circles

Circles

Doughnuts, tires, plums, and spots,drops of water, polka dots.
Cat’s eyes, toad’s skin, pearls and pebbles, a golden ring, fawn’s back,
Dalmatian paw, windows, wheels, an old buzz saw, traffic circles, prayer circles,
crop circles, semicircles, winner’s circles, running in circles, breathing in circles.

These will all do just fine too.

Sit in your chair and take one shot

Or go outside and take a lot.

Have fun! - Kerry





















I hope you did not come hungry, because you know I will give you more than you might be able to bite off!

Round Raw Cocao and Date Brownies filled with Carob chips presented in my glass collection that has square bases, but round Ipswich Cut Designs that sit in my glass cases...

















Round grapes, from bad eating you might escape, but honestly, how can you resist my hot molten chocolate round molded cake with caramel drizzle on my artistic square plate...

















Much of my equipment is round, different colors shapes and sizes, and ingredients can be found...

















If you venture out beyond my Princeton kitchens, other cultures can be found- low, wicker tables, called mesabs, surrounded by stools that are both round...

You can have fun and eat Ethiopian food with with your fingers, and with no motherly 'no no's ringing in your ears that linger...

















A chef friend to whom I admire, Scott Anderson is not unapproachable, but real... Has so cleverly added a round artistic seal to his menu's. He stands out in his creative endeavors in our restaurant field...





















Outside of trying new foods, cooking, exploring ingredient inspiration is to visit local wine stores with bottle, glasses that have lots of circle inspiration...they come from around the globe, which in turn is also a circle that brings us all together here on this project, Friday Shoot Out Infinity...




















I finally got some pictures scanned of my kids when they were little...Ane was well rounded, and loved her social 'circle'...but my son, Aaron was shy, and when he was born, my dad's mother called him 'little round head'. She said he looked just like my father when he was born, and still does to this day! He also liked country music and we used to dance in a circle together doing the two step... He also has a round buckle on!




















This is something that is circle in shapes, layer to layer, also your body it will inflate (forgive my weakness, I do not support nor advise fast food eating, but Big Macs just appear in my car?), and to the next photo you will relate...

















Oranges are also round like the color of my bike; its tires take on that shape. With it beautiful places for inspiration are found, as well as shrinking my body that is also very round!





















While on my journey this week, and to that round sandwich I also was a bit weak. Busy with work, starting a new leg of my business, and also a little secret I will share... I have to prepare for a video, a call I got requesting this get done for a casting call on a well known cooking show, but at this moment can only say cross your fingers for me...later on, not to jinx it I will let you all know...

The sign says it all, we appreciate that you visit us each and every one!

Go see what other circle objects have been found at My Town Blogger- Friday Shoot Out (You can also join!)

21 comments:

Sarah-Paige said...

Wow, those treats look amazing!!!
Time for a midnite snack?
Thanks for stopping by my blog :)

Sarah Lulu said...

I'm hungry now!

Bagman and Butler said...

Good luck with the cooking show! And your food shots...I'll comment more on them right after I go downstairs and eat some doughnuts dunked in a bowl of Cheerios.

Rebecca said...

Love the food theme here! I love the shot with all the ingredients ready to go.

NanU said...

I resist your food only because I live thousands of miles away.

Barry said...

You remind us that circles are not only everywhere and functional and rich in texture and color--can be down right delicious as well!

Oh now I'm hungry. Really hungry. I better go have some breakfast!

Yipes! My word verification is "taxes"--is someone trying to tell me something?


Linda and Barry

Kerry said...

Just my luck.I visit you right before lunch, so I am starving, nothing to eat here except a banana:( That cake of yours...I so deserve that right now, after a long week of working with middle schoolers! I love it that you chose to rhyme your text, E. Good luck with that cooking show possibility; please keep us up to date on what happens!

Pauline said...

Of all the circles I found and thought of, I didn't think of yummy, delicious circles. I love how your text compliments your photos so beautifully. You are one clever lady! Good luck with your new venture!

~JarieLyn~ said...

I loved all the food circles. You make it all look and sound so tasty. Yum!

My fingers are crossed for you. Can't wait to hear all about your new venture.

Jama said...

Big mistake in coming here, I'm drooling in the early morning hours looking at your beautiful photos of food! lol

Doreen said...

you are making me hungry girl!! like the sign at the end and good luck with your new adventure.

GingerV said...

Round Raw Cocao and Date Brownies filled with Carob chips - JEEZ how am I supposed to take off another 2 kilos when you post such good lookin' food - I know I am putting on a pound just sitting here reading your discriptions. Very good post Missy - and am sending you positive vibes from our little house on the hill.

farmlady said...

OK! Where did that hamburger come from? Not fair.
Some circles are good and some are not. Think.., BIKE WHEELS not donuts.

SOL said...

Love your "poemography". I hope you get the gig!

Chef E said...

Farmlady- To be honest I bought it, ate half and threw it in the trash, no fries, no drink. A weak moment, and confession is good for the soul. I need to loose weight and am working on it now. The doctor told me, have a bite, get it out of your system or you binge later, which is worse for the body.

Just telling it like it is said...

O-M-G I love donuts

blueviolet said...

Big Macs just appear in your car??? LOL That molten cake looks like my thing...too bad I'm on a diet!

J9 said...

Congrats on your new opportunities, and I really like the seal on the menu. Because of the thought that goes into each one, and how that is reflected in the care of preparing food.

A Scattering said...

Good thing it's suppertime, I'm hungry now! Great post.

Jen said...

mmmm...doughnuts. LOL - great post!

jessie carty said...

love your travels through the land of circles and those darn bic macs how DO they get into our cars! although not me this week. meat free for day 2!