Posts Tagged ‘Food gradients’
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Food Gradients: Green, Orange, Red Hot Chilies

by Kitchen Butterflyon November 24, 2015
Yep, I love food gradients. With chilies too.  In addition to the burst of colour from looking at a mix of chilies, I like the variation in flavours too. Chilies are edible across the spectrum of ‘ripeness’. What happens is the flavours vary – from green and fresh to red and rounded; slightly bitter to sweet. […]

Grown in Nigeria – Passion Fruit

by Kitchen Butterflyon November 20, 2015
I. Love. Passion fruit. The fact that we’re growing it in Nigeria. And the fact that I could make food gradients out of them :). They come from Jos, via a company called Veg Express. They deliver to some major cities – Lagos is one of them. At under a N1000 a kilo, it beats every deal […]

Food Gradients: Asala, African Walnut

by Kitchen Butterflyon April 17, 2015
I discovered #foodgradients on instagram last year and I fell in love. What a delightful excuse to play with food without really messing about with flavours and textures. Seattle-based food photographer Brittany Wright, 23, runs one of the most appetizing accounts on Instagram (@wrightkitchen), arranging foods by color for gorgeous gradient photos. Here, she shares […]