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Thanks to my wife for baking!!! (5 years and 1241 days ago)
very nice composition and DOF (bread looks yummy too)
Looks wonderful, wish I had a wife like that. Hope you did something nice for her.
Love the tones in this, nicely arranged - looks yum
Wow, love the composition and the grain adds extra "earthy flavour" on the overall image. Well done and all the best
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CHEESE BREAD FROM BRAZIL (5 years and 1246 days ago)
Nice Dof !
These sound tasty. They look a bit underdone, but the rise of the dough is very nice. Now I need to try to find a recipe!
Are these "Pao de Queijo," made with tapioca instead of wheat flour?
These rolls are especially popular
in the center-west, southeastern and
southern regions of Brazil.
1 cup tapioca starch
1/4 cup vegetable oil
1/4 cup water
1 teaspoon salt
6 tablespoons plain yogurt, nonfat or regular
1 cup grated parmesan cheese
Preheat oven to 450°F. Put tapioca starch in a metal bowl. Mix oil, water and salt in a pan. Bring to a boil. Pour the sputtering mixture onto the tapioca starch carefully to protect yourself from hot spatters. Mix together with a wooden spoon. Dough will be stiff. When cool enough to touch, add egg and mix well. Blend in yogurt. When well mixed, stir in cheese. Rub hands with oil and form batter into balls. Place on a greased baking sheet. Reduce oven temperature to 350°F. Bake 25_30 minutes, or until done. The rolls puff up during baking, but become flattened when cool.
Great shot, good luck! ...and thank you for the recipe
That does look pretty tasty... Thanks for the recipe, we'll give it a try.
(5 years and 1245 days ago)
Beautiful, the crust is wonderfully bubbly!
that looks so good
That does look pretty tasty
Are those dates or figs in the bread? It looks delicious. Very nice photo!
No, those are pitted olives . Very delicious indeed.
Love the subject matter but I'd try recropping the image to make the basket more centered. Normally I'd advocate against that sort of thing but with so little negative space on the right side of the basket it just looks...off. Also, I'd try darkening the exposure a bit and bringing up your lights in order to really make the basket "pop" off of the background. Hope this helps! All the best!
I'd also change the camera angle to show off more of the bread, rather than the basket.
Don't know if you have darkened the image yet, but if you have it still needs to be a little darker to really make it stand out.
a little darker
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