Respected chef-restaurateur Bob Kinkead once told me that dinner should be “a circus on the plate.”
Well, that’s not quite my style — and professional food styling has been my meal ticket for 27 years. Restaurant service has lots more helping hands than when you entertain at home, I reckon. But I like to bring composed plates to the table, even for casual meals. It’s a luxury when a host says, “Let me fix you a plate.” I don’t have to worry about how much — or little — to take. A buffet’s not for me.
Read more of this recent story by yours truly in the Washington Post for tips and suggestions on building a more beautiful plate of food simply. You know you want to.
Check out the cool slider technology - and other before/after images - here. Could I have this technology installed in my son's bedroom, please?