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Spring Chicken Pot Pie

Spring Chicken Pot Pie is a comforting chicken recipe that is brightened up just in time for Spring. Sautéd chicken is simmered together in a creamy sauce of white wine, lemon juice and herbs. Green peas, sweet corn and carrots add the perfect touch of flavor and...

Strawberry Lemonade Smoothies

Strawberry Lemonade Smoothies are refreshing, scrumptious and easy to blend up! Fresh strawberries are blended together with lemonade, banana and ice for a bright, colorful smoothie. Each slurp is irresistible!Strawberry Lemonade Smoothie Ingredients Needed Making...

Herb Roasted Potatoes

Herb Roasted Potatoes are a side dish loaded with flavor! Baby Yukon gold and red potatoes are tossed together with fresh herbs, olive oil and garlic. Roasted until fork tender and fluffy on the inside all while being crispy and salty on the outside. The perfect...

The Monthly Scoop – March 2021

Welcome to another Monthly Scoop Post - March 2021 addition! We started off the month in the best way in Michigan visiting our best friends. From there, the month was loaded full of recipes, cooking, starting new work out regimes and of course, our pups and horse...

The Ultimate Charcuterie Board

This post and recipe is sponsored by Certified Piedmontese. All words and photographs are my own. Thank you so much for supporting the brands that make KJ & Company possible! The Ultimate Charcuterie Board is what appetizer dreams are made of! From salty,...

Deviled Egg Salad

Deviled Egg Salad is everything that is loved about a deviled egg in a classic egg salad form. Creamy mayo, Dijon mustard and fresh dill are mixed together with chopped hard boiled eggs until perfectly decadent. Top with a sprinkle of paprika to give it the extra...

Easter Menu Ideas

With Easter right around the corner, I've got several different delicious menu ideas for you! Whether you are hosting brunch, bringing a side dish or having a dinner, you'll be covered with all things Easter Menu Ideas.Easter Breakfast/Brunch Ideas Herb Candied Bacon...

Banana Cream Pudding

Banana Cream Pudding is an old-fashioned dessert brought back to life. A homemade, vanilla pudding is folded together with whipped cream until light and fluffy. Layered together with the classic Nilla wafers and sliced banana, each spoonful is loaded full of fluffy,...

Brie Stuffed Prosciutto Wrapped Orange Chicken

Brie Stuffed Prosciutto Wrapped Orange Chicken may seem like a mouth-full to say, but it is a mouth-full of deliciousness! Chicken breasts are stuffed with creamy Brie cheese, wrapped with salty prosciutto, glazed with an orange marmalade and baked until perfectly...

Maple Bacon Brussel Sprouts

Maple Bacon Brussel Sprouts are an addicting side dish! Fresh brussel sprouts are tossed together with chopped bacon, seasonings and a good maple syrup. Baked until golden brown and crispy, each bite is loaded full of flavor! You have to try this dang good way to make...

Carrot Zucchini Morning Glory Muffins

Carrot Zucchini Morning Glory Muffins is a scrumptious muffin recipe loaded full of goodies! From shredded carrot and zucchini, to walnuts and raisins, these muffins are delicious from the inside out. Made with coconut oil and sprinkled with cinnamon to reflect the...

Butterscotch Pudding

Butterscotch Pudding is an old-fashioned dessert that never went out of style. A homemade, luscious butterscotch pudding is topped with whipped cream and toffee bits for the perfect balance of creamy and crunchy. Each spoonful will take you back in time!Ingredients...

#foodtographyworkshop

You guys, I can’t tell you enough how much fun I had at the #foodtographyworkshop! Ann Arbor was the perfect little town to host this food blogger get-together and Sarah Fennel (Broma Bakery) is packed full of knowledge and insight. She was certainly the “hostess with the mostest” as she and her assistants provided a wonderful weekend for us, and I’ll tell you what, we never went hungry!

Sarah is the face behind Broma Bakery and if you have ever gotten to lay eyes on her food photography then you will understand why I was so excited to make this trip! Not only is her photography (and knowledge about photography) inspiring, but also her keen eye for food styling and baking AMAZING cakes. She was fun and light-hearted and made everyone feel at home. In fact, I think everyone felt at home amongst one another because you were never alone being the “weird person” standing on their chair at a restaurant to get the perfect picture of the plates below you. Pictures were snapped, boomerangs were done until perfected, and food was typically eaten cold by the time you were done photographing it but it didn’t matter because you had a happy tummy and wonderful company around you.

I’m not going to spill all the beans of everything we learned, but I am so excited to put everything into action! And OH MY GOODNESS she taught me how to properly use my Canon 6D! Me and Betty (the 6D) weren’t getting along too well so I kept defaulting back to my Nikon that I was more comfortable with. I still love my Nikon, but Betty and I are pretty tight now… you could say that its gotten pretty serious between us.

Here are a few of my favorite snaps from the weekend that I hope you all enjoy! If you ever get the opportunity to gather with fellow food bloggers and photographers jump right on it – you won’t be disappointed!

PS – see if you can tell the difference in the photos from when I switched from the Nikon 5300 to the Canon 6D 🙂

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