Photo Your Food


Isn't technology amazing? I marvel at how fast information can travel across the world, opening up lines of communication once thought impossible. Most of us are walking around with cellphone cameras which can link to the internet in an instant. With that in mind, K came up with a brilliant idea to allow readers to post food photos online moments after the server brings the dish to the table. OK, so it's probably breaking all kinds of dining etiquette to whip out a cell phone and start sending data through cyberspace just as you are about to enjoy a meal. Maybe just get some pix of your food, wait till you exit the restaurant and then send the shots. I've tried it a couple of times already, that's my blueberry pancake I made on Saturday morning and that burger is from the Little Roadhouse. It's real easy to do, you can use your cell phone camera or any digital camera. Just send the photo to the email address karandnor.zuzucat@picasaweb.com. When you're using your internet email just attach the photo to the message and send. Get food photos when you go out or serve us a shot of your home cooking. Plug that address into your cell phone now and share your meal with us and the rest of the world.

10 comments:

KandN said...

Were those blueberries from your own bush, frozen for a wintery treat? :>)

I'm curious about that burger from Little Roadhouse. I don't know if I've ever seen seasoning sprinkled onto cheese. Was it Cajun style?

Vegan's Nightmare said...

I just had that same burger at Best Little Roadhouse last month -- it was basically a standard burger but with cajun seasoning sprinkled on the cheese. It was pretty disappointing to be honest.

Salem Man said...

That is the Cajun Burger from the Little Roadhouse. "Pretty disappointing" is a good description of it. Oh Well.

KandN said...

At first glance, that Cajun Burger reminded me of a fish entree I had at Red Lobster years ago. I felt like they pre-grilled their fish and added their sauces/seasoning after the fact.

Salem Man said...

Where are those fries from?

KandN said...

The color didn't translate well did it?
I cooked julienne baby carrots with thyme, lemon juice and honey, for dinner. :>)

Salem Man said...

Oh carrots, sorry. I thought maybe they were sweet potato fries.

KandN said...

I didn't realize (until I read your comment) how much they do look like sweet potato fries.
That was quite a batch of popcorn, btw!

Lisa Anne said...

Those shredded chicken tacos look so yummy! If those were homemade I want the recipe!!

Salem Man said...

They're homemade shredded pork, made with cocoa but it's not mole. My wife got the recipe from Real Simple magazine.