Category Archives: shop talk

Meet Me in Cincinnati ~ via Edible Columbus’ June Summer 2014 Issue

It’s been an exciting past couple of months with lots going on behind the scenes. I’m finally able to start sharing some of what I’ve been working on, one of which is contributing to our regions edible Columbus June Issue for their column ‘Worth the Trip’ and a story called ‘Meet Me in Cincinnati,’ sharing...

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The Bloom Forum Online Workshop | FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY NARRATIVES

I’m happy to offer my latest workshop ~ FOOD PHOTOGRAPHY NARRATIVES with Natural light, Simple Styling & Storytelling through The Bloom Forum’s two week online course which runs from July 28th – August 11th. Active Seats are $200 and Silent Seats are $150. You must be a member of The Bloom Forum to participate in...

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Farmer’s Market Table Manners

written by Ilene Ross photos by Gina Weathersby If I’m not traveling, Saturday means a trip to Findlay Market. It fulfills all of my weekend needs. What could be a monotonous 20-minute robot-like spree through a fluorescent lit grocery store becomes an unhurried day of shopping, eating, and socializing in the sunshine. These leisurely days...

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513{eats} SIDS Fundraiser~A Year of Chefs {Queen City Style} 2013

photography by Gina Weathersby design by Lisa Ballard written Ilene Ross Who wants a calendar? YOU want a calendar! Especially when it’s as beautiful a calendar as this one is, and filled to the brim with delectable food, and delectable Cincinnati chefs. And, just when you think it can’t get any better, consider this; our...

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to market, to market…

Words by Ilene Ross instagrams by Gina Weathersby Surprisingly, or maybe not so much, a food magazine isn’t always about the food. There are props involved. Silverware, plates, fabric, linens, and surfaces on which to photograph the food and props are just as essential as the starring character. As far as we’re concerned, those details...

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