Local produce

A salad meal with only locally produced ‘ingredients’ Even the beer (premium lager) is pure and local (Birkenhead)

Assignment

Last week I finished the assignment for 8 (60×90 cm) posters for a new restaurant here in the village. And  the guests are raving about it I understood this weekend. The new restaurant (Springfontein Eats) is the first Michelin Star rated restaurant in South Africa. The kitchen (with permanently 3 chefs) is larger than the …

Food presentation in Black and White

This morning I’ve been engaged in the assignment of food presentation in Black & White for a restaurant. I did one plate in different stages of ‘food-decoration’. I’ve chosen three images for this blog.

Protecting the valuables ….

….. or keeping them dust free; is it Art or a combination of all. This imaginary is dedicated to the Stanford Table in our village that (re-)opens its doors this Thursday.

The Southern Black-backed Gull….

… (Larus dominicanus. Fam. Laridae) is not fuzzy about food. You can even find them amongst human refuse and they like to parasite other sea birds by plundering the nests of eggs and chicks. Its flight is graciously.

Canola fields all over

The Overberg area in the Western Cape, South Africa, is one of the ‘food baskets’ on which Cape Town survives. It’s also known as one of the main national suppliers of Canola. This is the time of the year that you see flowering canolas. Just a few shots while on the road.

Light Snake

Restaurants like to decorate their terraces to attract more customers and add some (romantic???) sphere. In South Africa the ‘light snakes’ have become a booming business.

Dining behind glass

Wall Painting plus

Pictured in Somerset-West (Western Cape, South Africa) while waiting until the dentist finished his  work of dental art in Yvonne’s mouth. Excellent coffee, bread rolls and of course baguette over there in the Henri Pretorius Street.

Waiter, there is an ant in my food