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What’s refreshing about dining with fellow food bloggers is that we all take photos of our food and there’s a mutual disregard for dining decorum. Actually, it’s a point of connection as we all try to accommodate each other’s shots. “I’m sorry, am I casting a shadow on your shot?” is a question that is often asked to dinner company when dining with food bloggers. My loved ones who aren’t food bloggers understand that I love snapping photos of my food and they patiently wait and I in turn try to grab that shot as fast as I can. Most of the time I don’t even blog the food photos! (You can always find them on my Instagram.)
I restrain myself when I’m dining with new friends who aren’t keen to what it’s like to eat with food bloggers. I keep my phone in my purse and don’t even pack the DSLR. I admire the beauty of the plating and at most I might discretely and forlornly sigh at a lost opportunity. I was at such a dinner at Soto a few nights ago. Soto’s signature off the menu dish is the Fire Salmon and I breached my conduct code. I apologized to my dinner companion and said, “I’m really sorry. This is too gorgeous not to take a quick phone photo.”
But really, look at it.
Salmon sprinkled with edible flower petals, draped on lemon grass, and seared over 151 and coffee beans. I had to steal a photo.
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