Second string strawberries save the day.

The supermarket strawberries that were bought as replacements for the weak willed artisanal berries, that had fallen at the first hurdle, showed their frail brethren how to get down and dirty with a warm fleshed Charentais melon, and this was before their were anointed with lashings of Cremant de Bourgogne. After that moment of vinous anointment I forgot that I was recording the event and ate them. Sic transit gloria.

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Photographer and film maker living in France. After a long career in London, my wife and I have settled in the Vendee, where we run residential digital photography courses with a strong gastronomic flavour.
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9 Responses to Second string strawberries save the day.

  1. I can taste that melon and strawberries! I think I can taste that blue surface too. Weird.

  2. Karen says:

    Sometimes it’s hard to restain yourself. Melon, strawberries and Cremant sound like such a delicious finish to a summer meal.

  3. The stand-ins look glistening and fresh even without the wine addition – a beautiful summer image and dessert. I was hoping you’d tell us what you ate for the other courses too!

  4. joshuafagans says:

    I am definitely going to have to try this!

  5. So simple and you make it a work of art, just beautiful.

  6. ambrosiana says:

    Beautiful!!!!…you just helped me come up with an idea……

  7. Pingback: Melon-Yogurt Semifreddo with fresh cherries | Tales of Ambrosia

  8. Love when a dish is so tempting that the task of photographing it falls at the waistside!

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