Produced, Edited, and Co-Hosted by Brenda Anderson Co-Host: Libbie Summers Sound Engineer: Clayton De Wet Guests: Chia Chong, Amy Zurcher, Andrea Goto, Katherine Sandoz, Brooke Atwood This week on Simmer Down we introduce you to the voices of […]
This recipe can be made in the time it takes quality honey to ease its way from the jar. It will be eaten twice as fast.
This week our muse is chocolate. So I chose this painting of someone wearing a pair of classic Chuck Taylor sneakers. “Hmmm?” You say. What do these two seemingly unrelated things have in common? Is it just the color? Nope. It’s more. In my estimation I see a commonality that transcends the obvious color.
My fondness for the artwork featured this week on Salted & Styled is composed of a two-fold list of ingredients: one part eggs, the other part simple words.
POW! BLAM! ZAP!
Cartoon action words are the only accurate way to convey my overly-and-ever-so-dramatic reaction to one of JenMarie Zeleznak’s new works “I Have a Feeling, That You’re Feeling Less These Days.” It is this kind of feeling that is almost but not quite a doubled-over-at-the-waist-and-catching-my-breath-moment (I am admittedly given to drama, I think I mentioned that previously?).
This week we were all scheming on oysters (after all, they are in season, being that January is a month with the letter “r” in it) and naturally I thought of my friend and well-known Savannah based artist Katherine Sandoz. You see, every year she and her family host a big annual oyster roast on New Year’s Eve at their little farm in Vernonburg. In a word it is magical.
Mandarin Orange and Clementine season is upon me and when asked what art inspired me, I naturally chose this mixed media piece by SCAD alumna Beth Loraine Bowman. So reminiscent of my darling clementines (yum!) with its deep texture, full-bodied orange hues, and glossy finish…I can almost smell (and taste) the sweetness now!
PA-SKET-EEE!! or more commonly and calmly said as “spaghetti” is the inspiration this week.
Photograph by Marcus Kenney Styled by Rebecca Gardner Behind the Scenes Photography by Anna Heritage Shot on location in Savannah, GA at The Olde Pink House With this outrageously beautiful […]
Our study of honey concludes this week with the quiet image studies of photographer Chia Chong. On Tuesday, floral designer, Ashley Bailey, shares a design sprouting from an amber-colored honey-flower adorned vase. Thursdays are for eating and this Thursday is no exception with a recipe by Libbie Summers for honey cooked pork belly sandwich fit for a king and a president. The weekend concludes with beautiful, silly and informative behind-the-scenes shots that show the inner workings of our little hive during these three weeks. Sit back and get sticky heat.