Categories Uncategorized Wordless Wednesday – Good enough to photograph Post author By Keera Ann Fox Post date November 28, 2012 11 Comments on Wordless Wednesday – Good enough to photograph …then eat! Wordless Wednesday Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related Tags food, home, photos, wordless wednesday By Keera Ann Fox I am a bi-lingual American who has lived most of my life in Norway. Jeg er en tospråklig amerikaner som har bodd mesteparten av mitt liv i Norge. View Archive → ← Wordless Wednesday – Getting Christmassy → Wordless Wednesday – Prints. Charming. 11 replies on “Wordless Wednesday – Good enough to photograph” That looks like a wonderful meal on this cold and wintry day. Will you save some for me? LikeLike Yay for food porn!!! Nom nom nom nom!!! 😉 LikeLike Sorry, Jono, I ate it all, but I'll make you a fresh one!Alice, I discovered it's a challenge getting food to look good on camera. So now I admire your food p0rn even more so! LikeLike It's especially difficult at this time of year, when dinner doesn't come out of the oven until after dark. Lighting is always the hardest part! You did well here, though — crisp focus, nice detail and beautiful colors! LikeLike Thanks, Alice! LikeLike Meatball pizza? Recipe… please? LikeLike Dave, it's actually a flour-free pizza. I didn't make the meatballs myself (they're lamb and beef). I use this recipe for the cauliflower pizza crust:. I end up using a whole cauliflower (they're possibly a bit smaller in Norway) in a 10\” dish and double the added ingredients because I like having a thicker crust. Plain tomato paste on crust, then toppings.BTW, Jarlsberg is good pizza cheese. 🙂 LikeLike Hey! I've made that crust before. It is delicious and so easy — I love it!! LikeLike It's become a new favorite, but because it does take a little time to prepare the crust/cauliflower, it's a dish I make only on weekends.Silly me, I do most of my cooking only on weekends, anyway, living on leftovers the rest of the week. 🙂 LikeLike I have never heard of a cauliflower pizza crust, but it sounds delicious. Thanks Keera for including the link for the recipe. I'm going to have to try it. I have made a zucchini crusted pizza that is delightful – even a friend who dislikes zucchini thought it was good. Leftovers are often the best part – good food and no work!Ellen LikeLike Cauliflower has the same advantage as tofu: It easily takes on any flavor you want. (Who knew?) LikeLike Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.