April 1, 2013by Erin Gleeson
“Tramin” sashimi. Chef Douglas Kim for Morimoto NYC. Photograph by Erin Gleeson.
November 22, 2012by Erin Gleeson
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!
October 8, 2012by Erin Gleeson
I had a lot of fun shooting recently with Chef Brad Farmerie (of Public in NYC) for his new restaurant in Napa called The Thomas. There has been a lot of buzz over the building itself, which has a prime location on Main Street in downtown Napa. It was the site of a crime scene in […]
April 2, 2012by Erin Gleeson
Dish by Elements. Photo by Erin Gleeson.
March 12, 2012by Erin Gleeson
By Erin Gleeson for Forest Feast.
March 5, 2012by Erin Gleeson
Spaghetti alla Chitarra prepared by chef Dan Kluger at The Core Club. He is now the chef at ABC Kitchen in NYC. Photo by Erin Gleeson.
February 20, 2012by Erin Gleeson
I have been making photographic “diagrams” of old recipes from the 1950’s that aren’t so common anymore. Above is my visual version of the recipe for Frogs’ Legs Provençale Paysanne from The Gourmet Cookbook, 1950 edition, a book meant for the amateur at-home cook. Below is the photo the cookbook shows to illustrate the dish, along […]
February 13, 2012by Erin Gleeson
Our neighbors recently invited us over for kebab night. In California in February, it’s easy to grill outside and I’m convinced everything tastes better when cooked outdoors! This was a seriously flavorful meal: beef kebab served with a plate of herbs (radishes, mint, green onions), homemade baba ganoush (made from grilled whole eggplants), rice purposefully […]
January 16, 2012by Erin Gleeson
Baking chestnut cake dusted with powdered sugar and pine nuts. This was taken as part of an assignment for Edible Brooklyn to accompany an article on chestnuts. Photo by Erin Gleeson.
January 9, 2012by Erin Gleeson
I am really excited to have been chosen to be part of a food photography exhibition called “Feast Your Eyes” that just opened in Brooklyn on Friday and is presented by the NY Photo Festival. I have three pieces in it, including these deviled eggs, from my new recipe project, Forest Feast. If you are in […]