Dimitri <[email protected]> wrote:
> Without exception Digital cameras are a wonder, convenient and a breeze to
> load pictures up on the net.
> However I am beginning to wonder if our food pictures are not, at the very
> least over done. The radio forces the listener to use their imagination. A
> book cause us to create a word picture in our minds that is in line with our
> dreams or fears.
> Some how the word Porterhouse brings forth a lovely picture of a well
> marbled piece of steak ready for some salt and pepper .
> Then I click on the link for tiny-pic, lo-and-behold, there is a piece of
> dead cow in someone's less than clean kitchen.......
> I suspect with few exceptions I may discontinue clicking on these
> unappetizing photos. Maybe photos should be restricted to our animals and
> the occasional spectacular creation.
> (Maybe that is why we're called amateurs)
> With all due respect - proof your photos.
With all due respect, stop being such a pussy. I enjoy most of the
photos, and will continue to post mine.
I'm making thit kho (Vietnamese pork belly stew) today and will be
posting pics later. Just so you know to avoid them.