Food Adventures week 1 – UK Trip

Im still taking food art photos and yes even while were here in the UK visiting family! I’m getting a chance to take arty photos of food a little different than back in Rome and I’m enjoying my food adventures very much.

my first photo was a cornish pasty something i love and always treat myself to while I’m staying with family! I really miss having these when I’m back in Rome.


Next is some lovely noodles we tried in the Norwich shopping centre! noodles with sweet and sour chicken and bbq style chicken which was really nice!


A bacon sandwich with ketchup cooked by my Mum is always welcome on a cold october morning and we all enjoyed them very much.


you can’t visit the UK without having a plate of good old fish and chips with peas and i even added ketchup and tartar sauce after the photo to!


Infact it was so nice Peanut even tried to grab my plate off the table!!!


Cake is always a naughty little treat which i don’t have very often and i really enjoyed this piece.


A lovely coleslaw sandwich another favourite of mine with chunky bread and butter yum!


Next a photo i look of stone baked pizza which is handmade which i haven’t had a chance to try yet but theres still plenty of time yet! YUM!


And thats my round up of arty food art photos for the first week of the holiday here in the UK! 🙂


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Gil
    Oct 13, 2014 @ 22:55:29

    Interesting foods. Stone baked pizza is Worldwide now.


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