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Tag Archives: Profanity
That’s total scallops!..
It is hard to imagine that the man in this picture, well known forhis even temperament, could be so tormented by an intransigent still life, otherwise known as dinner, and the vagaries of a camera self timer: and yet, it … Continue reading
Posted in 2015, Baking, Cookery Writers, Cooking, Cuisine bourgeoise, Digital photography, Drinks, Fish, food, Food and Photography, Food photographer, France, Humour, Photographic Prints, Photography, scallops, seafood, Terence and Vicki Conran, tomatoes, Uncategorized, Vegetables, wine, Writing Tagged baking, Classic Conran, clear thinking, cookery books, cooking, delicious confection, digital photography, food, Food photographer, France, Humour, noix de St.Jaques, Photography, Profanity, red wine, scallops, surf n'turf, tsunami, writing 40 Comments
Who called the cook a cunt?
Which knotty question is traditionally answered with the pithy response of: ” Who called the cunt a cook?”. The first time that I encountered that profane but apposite riddle was whilst making a television commercial for Nescafe in Athens in 1971APC (Ante Political Correctness) … Continue reading
Posted in 2014, Baking, cake, Cooking, desserts, Digital photography, Emotion, food, Food and Photography, Food photographer, Fruit, Humour, Martha Stewart, nectarines, Photography, photography course, Sugar, Uncategorized, Writing Tagged baking, cake, Cake tins, clear thinking, cookery books, cooking, Dame Edna Everage, digital photography, food, Food photographer, Gladioli, Gregorian chant, Humour, Martha Stewart, misty morning, Moonee Ponds, natural beauty, Obamacare, political correctness, Profanity, Steve Martin, Upside down cake, writing 45 Comments