Posts tagged culinary arts
2018 Workshops at the Delight House are HERE!

THEY'RE ALL HERE! We're so excited to announce all SIX of our 2018 workshops at the Delight House! We like to refer to these workshops as the heartbeat of Delight because they really encapsulate what Delight is all about- community, discipleship, and creativity. Every single workshop in the line up has incredible women of God and creatives who are flying in from around the country to the little Delight House, tucked into the mountains and surrounded by cherry trees in Central Washington. 

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Transitioning Into Fall and Winter Cooking

The trees are turning. The leaves are falling. The temperatures are dropping. That means it's time to start transitioning from our summer routines to fall and winter routines! School is back, and we're starting to think about the holidays, pulling out our scarves and boots, and sipping hot cocoa. There are a lot of transitions that take place during the weeks from September to December, and one of those is our food. Have you given much thought about transitioning into season recipes? Fall cooking is some of my absolute favorites, and today I'm going to share some tips for transitioning into fall and winter cooking.

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Delicious Homemade Pumpkin Bread Recipe

Few things can compare to the smell of freshly baked bread wafting through the house. This bread is no exception, with delicate notes of cinnamon and pumpkin mixing together to make a heavenly aroma. This is a bread machine bread, so not only does it involve very little hands-on time, but you can be enjoying fresh bread in just a little over two hours!  

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Recipe Inside! Perfect Autumn Picnic Snack

Nothing can quite beat the simplicity of a picnic on a beautiful autumn day.  My friend was visiting for a week and we decided we definitely needed to fit a picnic lunch in on one of the days she was visiting. So, on a beautifully sunny day we packed up some simple picnic foods and drove up to one of the prettiest spots local to me called Grandview Drive. It's a strip of land that overlooks the Illinois River and it is so beautiful! You are perched high above the river with an amazing view of trees, the river, and an occasional sailboat. While you can have a picnic anywhere, the perfect location definitely adds so much charm.

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Food Photography Tutorial: How to Take Moody Food Photos

Hey ladies! It's Kaylie from Paleoglutenfree.com. I am a 20 year old recipe developer, food stylist, and photographer based out of the Pacific Northwest. I love to celebrate life through beautiful food, a camera in hand, and sharing this passion for beautiful, whole foods with others.

Today I am going to be sharing how to create stunningly moody food photos with depth and feel! To do this, the only extra tools you will need is a black foam core board or a black foam chalkboard. This easy tutorial will have you on your way to creating stellar images in no time! Stay tuned. :)

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