Category Archives: Food

A Tour of the South | Charleston & Atlanta

Before the start of the wedding season, my husband and I decided to go on a last minute trip to Charleston, a City I have been wanting to explore! We found this cute little Airbnb house at the northern end of town on Nassau Street. From here we could walk, bike and run throughout the…

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  • Natalie Franke - I absolutely love Charleston… It’s one of my favorite cities in the entire world! 🙂 So happy you had the chance to explore!ReplyCancel

  • Nichole Meredith - I have been dying to visit and explore Charleston! It looks like you guys had so much fun and now I want to go even more! 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Renee - Incredible! Looks like you had an amazing mini vacation! And my fav is def the one of your sweet boy on daddy’s shoulders in the aquarium — HOW CUTE!ReplyCancel

Historic London Town Weddings March Mixer

This was my second time attending the March Mixer at Historic London Town & Gardens where an amazing group of wedding vendors all come together to network. This year I had the pleasure of documenting the evening which was full of delicious food, music and laughter! Thank you to all of the following vendors who contributed to…

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Trot Line Crabbing Eastern Shore Maryland Wedding Photographer

One of my favorite activities in the summer is trot line crabbing with my parents on their dovetail workboat, Dorothy Lee. We waited until the middle of August and picked the perfect time to go because we came home with about 3 1/2 dozen crabs! There were lots of other watermen out on this beautiful…

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Bachelorette Winery Tour Charlottesville Virginia Documentary Wedding Photography

Last weekend I joined my soon to be sister-in-law and some of her closest friends for a bachelorette party weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia. The weekend was a blast and one of the activities included a winery tour of the beautiful area. We stopped at the vineyards of Pippin Hill, King Family, and Pollak. To end the…

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A Very Merry Christmas Eastern Shore Maryland Documentary Photography

Christmas for us is usually spent driving to one of our family’s homes and contributing a side dish and/or dessert to Christmas dinner. This year we decided to host and cook dinner for the very first time at our place! My husband, Ron, spent hours pickling, canning, picking out the best meats and ingredients on…

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  • Isabelle - Awww look like you had an amazing christmas with you lovely family.ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer - So beautiful! He must be in love with the bike! I’m glad you had such a wonderful Christmas.ReplyCancel

  • Christa Rae - Aww this post warms my heart full of holiday cheer! Such a nice way to document your Christmas!ReplyCancel

  • Krista A. Jones - I’m super impressed that you hosted Christmas and took photos! I hosted Christmas too and my camera didn’t come out once!ReplyCancel

  • Renee - there should be a disclaimer that if you are hungry, don’t look at this post until after! Haha everything looks delicious & you captured your holiday beautifully!ReplyCancel

  • kathy - Super cute!! Your family looks like they rolled straight out of a magazine. I love this!ReplyCancel

  • Ashley - Such sweet photos! These will be cherished for years to come I am sure! I am loving your island in the middle of your kitchen! Did you guys make that?ReplyCancel

Canning Season Eastern Shore Maryland Documentary Wedding Photography

Every year when wedding season slows down my husband and I always spend more time in the kitchen. We recently discovered a beautiful apple orchard in Caroline County, Blades Orchard. We came home with bushels of apples and not one went to waste. Not only does my son love to eat apples, but you can…

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Brew & Oyster Brawl Tidewater Inn Easton Maryland Documentary Wedding Photography

I really enjoyed documenting the third annual Brew & Oyster Brawl at The Tidewater Inn this weekend! The food was amazing from the four types of freshly shucked oysters to the oyster fritters, crab cakes, oyster chowder, and more. Dogfish Head Brewery provided some coffee infused draft beer and Tidewater made a bacon infused vodka bloody mary!…

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  • Jennifer - This looks like such a great time!ReplyCancel

  • Erin Wheeler - That looks awesome and so yummy! Sad I missed out this weekend!ReplyCancel

  • Caitlin - so fun!! ahh love oysters, so delishhhhReplyCancel

  • Renee - It was so amazing meeting you today!!! I absolutely love this post, everything looks so yummy + everyone looks like they had a great time! you really captured the vibe of this fun evening!ReplyCancel

Celebrity Chef Tour 2014 | Palisades Restaurant Eggleston Virginia

This was the 5th year in a row that Shaena Muldoon has hosted the Celebrity Chef Tour benefiting the James Beard Foundation at her restaurant, The Palisades Restaurant in Eggleston, Virginia. As usual, it was a full house of happy guests, busy staff, and 7 amazing chefs including Blake Hartwick, Jay Pierce, Aaron Deal, Edwin…

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Celebrity Chef Tour | The Palisades Restaurant Eggleston Virginia

This was my fourth year covering the Celebrity Chef Tour at The Palisades Restaurant in Eggleston and the food was just as amazing as usual. The chefs this year included Bruce Moffett, Mike Isabella, Aaron Deal, Scott Drewno, Dana Herbert, and Ashton Carter. They rolled out some amazing food and my favorites were the Rappahannock…

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Kung Pao Christmas

Being 38 weeks pregnant, my husband and I decided it would be a good idea to spend Christmas at home, relax, and skip the traveling. I can only imagine how different Christmas in 2013 will be with a 1-year old! To mix it up, we made an unusual Christmas dinner, Kung Pao Chicken & Noodles…

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  • Brea - I LOVE kung pao everything but I had NO idea it was so involved to make!! How long did it take total?ReplyCancel

    • admin - It took two days because of the marinade but probably 2-3 hours total with all the chopping and prep time! It was worth it though! 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Lauren C - Looks absolutely delicious! And is that a crab pot ornament on your tree? That’s adorable!ReplyCancel

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