Some of us do it on the sly in minuscule morsels. Some do it once a day; some can’t stop. Some do it at night, which is okay. In fact, you can’t not do it, no matter your choice. Some of us gulp it down, while others are persnickety and indulge only in small morsels at pre-established times. Fortunately you can find it in shops, theaters, at home, on the road, really most anywhere. The only thing you can’t do it stop, because each new day requires that you suck it up and do it again.
But that’s okay, because I have this thing for photographing food. And since it’s everywhere, it’s a pretty accessible gig.
The photos below show different eats in different countries.
Row 1, Left to Right: Artichoke with Herbed Butter, Bonnieux, Provence; Garlic, Piazza del Popolo Market, Orvieto, Italy; Jack Fruit, Costa Rica; Brie on Crackers with Mixed Greens and Pine Nuts, Bonnieux, Provence
Row 2: Chicken with Lemon, Olives and Herbs, Pawleys Island, SC, US; Market Lemons, Orvieto, Italy; Black Beans, Zucchini, Salad, Dragon Fruit, Salad, Costa Rica; Fruity Drinks, Barcelona
Photos by Pam Goode