Recently I had an opportunity to work with Tribeca Oven, taking pictures of their new line of handcrafted artisan breads.
Upon the arrival to the bakery I was given a tour of this commercial size baking facility in Carlstadt, NJ. Bakery is huge, beyond my wildest expectations.
Tour was captivating, mixers size of probably 30 times bigger than my little kitchen aid mixer, oven that can be measured by feet and just sheer volume of it all conquered my attention.It was amazing.
You see, growing up with an artisan bread on a table, I really appreciate quality bread. Delicious bread is one my biggest weaknesses, crisp on the outside moist and soft inside. These breads are just like that. I kept snacking on pieces while styling, cutting and taking pictures. I Loved the herbed and garlic bread sticks and sweet potato was simply divine. You can not pick a favorite.
|Preparing breads for styling.|
|My set up, on the left, umbrella soft box, reflector on the right.|
With only one day left before we officially enter Holiday Season, and we kick off the baking/cooking season, I wanted to thank you.
Thanksgiving is a day to give thanks. And even though some of you don't celebrate this holiday, I'm thankful for having you, my loyal readers.You are the best.
PS. : It is going to be a crazy day tomorrow. I still haven't decided what I'll make for the dessert. Apple Pie or Pumpkin Cream Cheese Caramel Pie???