Weekend Eats (and Drinks)

with a twist

rack of goat

this way to good food

behold

mine

Teleme, Seven Stars seeded baguette

Aviation

big meat

Caesar

Dinner:  September 5, 2009

before eggs and cheese

first batch frying

picnic-ready

eggplant steaks

Dinner: September 6, 2009

the obligatory yolk pr0n shot

peppers

pickled peppers with fennel

Dinner:  September 7, 2009

(As always, click the photos to view them with more detail in my Flickr stream.)

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8 thoughts on “Weekend Eats (and Drinks)

  1. Great stuff as always! Is that the final version of your eggplant dish? I like the simple presentation and the caramelization on the eggplant. Gorgeous.

  2. Honestly- you make me want to eat eggs until they are coming out of my ears ! there is no sexier food shot than a nice runny yolk just waiting to be sopped up by something interesting. Thanks for making me hungry, per usual !

  3. The fried chicken looks…..amazing. I just checked it out on Food52 and the method is brilliant! I’ll definitely be trying you guys’ method the next time I make some.
    I was also wondering if you had some advice — I want to make baked beans or stovetop beans to accompany a BBQ’d pork shoulder, and I was looking at Rancho Gordo. Do you have a favorite type for this kind of application?
    Thank you!

  4. Kira says:

    o, look at all the beautiful food…I actually cooked last night for the first time in weeks but I think I would have preferred to be at your place.

  5. Jennifer Hess says:

    Sean – It is, but we actually liked the first version better in the end!

    nevis – Thanks!

    Jamie – Can you tell I love eggs? They’re one of my favorite things to eat, and to photograph 🙂

    Johanna – Mike really has a winner with that chicken, I think. It was even delicious the next day, cold! As for beans, I think you can’t go wrong with anything Rancho Gordo, though for baked I would go with something like a pinto (that’s what I used for my maple-chipotle pot beans pictured above).

    Kira – We need to get you back here for dinner soon 🙂

    Marie – Thank you! 😀

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