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Sunday, November 02, 2008

easy fancy

http://www.archweb.it/arte/artisti_P/Picasso_G/images/Pablo%20Picasso%20-%20Figures%20on%20a%20Beach.JPG Pablo Picasso - Figures on a Beach

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ll it takes to make something average a little above average is composition. Pablo Picasso knew all about composition, he studied classics as a youth and it was this knowledge that enabled him to transform his art to the high levels he achieved. I am no Picasso, not even close. This guy is quite the artist and he inspires me and through the inspiration I draw from him I then try and give back to anyone who cares to see.




With all this in mind I stacked my lunch.




Salmon with asparagus and wild rice.

18 comments:

TavoLini said...

higher! higher!

I hear you--Zen Chef is ridiculous with his artistry. You inspire me, too, with your crazy ingredients and penchant for chinatown.

Joy said...

I wish I had some of this right now.

Zen Chef said...

Hey thanks Christo. Dude, how much do i owe you for the publicity? :-)
We need to start organizing underground dinner parties in NY! A dining club.. something!!!

Anette said...

You've got to love some salmon! Especially served that way!

starrlife said...

Those Figures On the Beach look ravenous! Are they saying, "Feed me DB, feed me"?

buffalodick said...

Salon and wild rice mix is a match made in Heaven.. Good presentation and photo!

Beth said...

mmmmmm rice and Pee-stinkers! YUM!

forget the salmon

doggybloggy said...

tavolini: I see you have raised the bar for yourself as well

joy: it is brain food

Zen: hey you gotta give credit where credit is due - my paypal account is - xxxxx --the dinner parties sound like a great idea - how should we start?

anette: how can you not love salmon?

starrlife: that and probably a few unmentionables

buffD: thanks my friend - and it is a good match...

beth: "pee-stinkers" thats pretty funny and I would bet dollars to donuts that you have probably NEVER even had salmon!

Beth said...

oh honey, you forget that god-awful salmon I made!! well, maybe it wasn't made the right way...maybe I need to try yours, huh? nah...forget it! ;)

Marjie said...

Ha! If I were so artsy with my plates, my dearly beloved would want to know what's wrong with me...it just has to taste good.

I do love salmon, with lime and dill!

deb said...

You've been cooking like a mad doggy Bloggy!So when does Doggys' Diner open? Soon I hope. ;)

doggybloggy said...

beth: I can make it and you will like it - you just cant watch

marjie: its all for show

deb: did you forget the daily thing? I actually cook more than this but try and limit my posts to 'daily'

maybe next year I will try 'breakfast and dinner posts' twice as many - lets see.

Mandi said...

Hey Dog, I think you should take Zen Chef up on his offer, the two of you would be amazing - I have never checked out his blog before, I just did - I am actually speachless and you know for me thats a near impossiblity!!!

When I come to NY I will come to the underground party!!!

Joie de vivre said...

Beautiful. I think a good presentation always makes food taste better too.

daphne said...

YUM! What a healthy looking lunch.. havent had wild rice before but the salmon looks sooo juicy!!

Kevin said...

What a nice meal!

Zen Chef said...

Maybe we should do the 24,24,24 Foodbuzz thingy to start.. a few NYC bloggers getting together. We need to find someone who can host though. Then we can start talking about the culinary underground!

Harmony said...

So...you answered me without even having to read my previous comment (damn my need to read things in order)..you are a chef artist. It looks fabulous! And I love to look...please don't ever stop with pics, they're too good!

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