Part of the reason I’m doing this blog is to help me improve my photography and styling skills. To that end, I’m going to periodically feature a Five Minute Photo Shoot, which does exactly what it says on the tin. The idea is to style and take a quality photo (probably most often of my lunch, since that’s when the light is best), in no more than five minutes.
I’ll give a description of what it is, but since my lunches are most often cobbled together from random bits in the fridge, it’s not really easy for me to provide recipes. If you’re really interested in something in particular, let me know in the comments, and I’ll see what I can remember.
So, without further ado, here’s what I had for lunch today: fried rice with red onion, kimchi, and cucumber, topped with an over-easy fried egg and a dab of plain yogurt.
I love the way the runny yolk turns into an unctuous sauce for the rice. I could eat this every day.