Your site is one of the most beautiful blogs I know. Your recipes are unusual, inspiring and totally incredible. I especially love the bruleed duck egg!
the ravioli are a work of art. i want that photo hung in my kitchen. perfection!
Your pasta dough looks absolutely perfect and I love everything about this meal! Gorgeous photos as always, Sarah!
Really pretty! Love the styling on the asparagus and pea tendrils, restaurant quality my dear ;) x
These photos are gorgeous. The ravioli is melting my heart.
so gorgeous. your photos are unbelievable!
Absolutely stunning- the perfect spring meal.
I might kill a man for that plate. Beautiful photos. Loves.
You had me at bruleed duck egg!
Scrumptious photos! An irresistible spring dinner, just inspired!
Every Friday, I share my favorite food finds in a series called Food Fetish Friday. I love this post so much I’m featuring it as part of the roundup (with a link-back and attribution) and I hope you have no objections. It’s a pleasure following your creations…
Your photos are magnificent, Sarah. Each one, perfect. I’m so happy we could meet on Veronica’s rooftop last Friday. You’re even more sweet and beautiful than I already knew you to be. Hope we can cross paths again before too long. I can’t wait to see what your future holds—talent like yours can’t be contained!
Your photos are so beautiful, and this recipe sounds delicious! You should do a cookbook if you haven’t already :)
Awww that’s so sweet of you Lisa. Thank you! Would love that opportunity :)
Beautiful! What did you do with the white of the duck egg? It looks like only the yolk has been bruleed.
Hi, I think I used the white to make an egg sandwich the next day. :) -nothing special, needed to use it up. Thanks!
Special dish. The ingredients, plating, presentation. It’s really beautiful.
Wow, truly beautiful. So happy I stumbled across your impressive and inspirational blog. Kx
how DOES one brulee an egg?
Where is the recipe?
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