Moules Mariniere – Kadai Wood Fired Mussels on the Beach…

Moules Mariniere   Kadai Wood Fired Mussels on the Beach… Thanks to Fire Bowls – @KadaiFireBowls Knives – @IOShenKnives Crockery – @DenbyPottery Cutlery – @StudioWilliamCutlery Watercress – @thewatercressco Sea Salt – @MaldonSeaSalt Apple Syrup – @LibertyFieldsDorset Model – @DeputyDan23 Music: www.bensound.com Photography – @DorsetFoodandDrinkPhotographer Photo credit @RichardBudd (C) 2018

BBQ-ing today

Just -2degrees outside and we have the BBQ going…. #hotchocolate anyone? Thanks to Dorset’s Kiwi Butcher – www.DorsetsKiwiButcher.co.uk Photography www.DorsetFoodandDrinkPhotographer.co.uk (C) 2018 Dorset Charcoal – www.DorsetCharcoal.co.uk Thermapen thermometers – www.ThermaPen.co.uk Sheep’s Milk Yogurt – www.WoodlandsDairy.co.uk Cutlery – www.studiowilliam.com — We then setup some printed flyers – A6 size – this is how they came out. ——

Those flavours from the BBQ and herbs and yogurt….

I set to work firstly BBQ-ing the Chicken (remember 75 alive! as that great BBQ chef Marcus taught me) so out with the thermopen. Dry herbs, smoked paprika – done. Bowl of Sheep’s Milk Yogurt from our friends at @woodlandsdairy with a touch of cracked black pepper and lime juice / bunch of coriander leafs. Plates from our #propscupboard (ever growing) Cutlery from our friends at @studiowilliamcutlery  #foodphotography by @dorsetfoodanddrinkphotographer.co.uk @RichardBudd (C) 2018

The weather forecast for today says clear & cloudy with a chance of rain!

I never rely on the British weather for work – I’ve been caught out too many times for that I I normally find myself out and about shooting on location so have to bring the weather with me. I like to use CTO (warm light) gels to bring a touch of sunlight to an image by warming the colour temperature of my lights. Today called for something a little different – snow, yes I said snow!! With a little research and some messy trial and error – shaving foam and bicarbonate of soda came to the rescue! I shot this …

Gyle59 and Oz Clarke….

What a great guy and such nice words for Gyle59. “I can’t believe my luck on the windiest Saturday this year! I just had my eyelids turned inside out from the wind on the Cobb – desperate for a reviving pint I stumbled on this subterranean heaven full of some of the most impressive brewed real beer I’ve come across all year! They seem to have 13 different brews on the board and I intend to try the lot! Communities need breweries like Gyle 59 – they are a leading light in the local movement that does so much to …