Images from a gluten-free shoot I did at the restaurant late last week. Looking at them, I realize all sorts of things. About the limitations of my camera and lens and how much I love faces and also how different the energy of the restaurant is during the hours I am normally gone from that space. All good things to think about. But mostly, it makes me feel so good to know that our gluten-free diners can have such a fabulous restaurant experience when they step over our threshold. It makes me wish I knew the faces of the people I'm making agnolotti pasta for.
I'll be back soon with the recipe for that rhubarb-wild blueberry crisp I mentioned . . .
Posted by Tara Barker at 10:57 PM