a little bite November 14, 2009

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It's a gorgeous Saturday morning and I'm getting ready to hit the road again. I'm on the road to Asheville, NC for a long weekend with my friend Helen. She writes a little blog called Tartelette – have you heard of it? I'm totally kidding – of course you have. It's stunning and fabulous and about 30 other adjectives that I could use off the top of my head. There will be some food adventures and some sightseeing going on before Monday, which is the National Gingerbread Competition. I'm a total food dork and got totally giddy at being able to see it in person instead of bits of it on TV. I'll have a full report when I get back.

In the meantime, I wanted to share a little nibble with you from a shoot I did this past week. Scratch is a new-ish line of baked goods here in Atlanta. Amy, who is a total sweetheart, asked me to take some shots for her of some of her goodies. Folks, they're delicious. Really delicious. So delicious I couldn't have them around the house for fear of eating them all – everyone I came in contact with last week was given huge chocolate chip cookies, the most divine pumpkin chocolate chip bread, and the stunning rugelach you see above. Scratch also does morning yummies like cinnamon roll scones and several kinds of muffins. She also ships outside of Atlanta. Just sayin'.

Comments

A&N Nov 16, 2009 04:11 pm

Came here from Helen’s. I’d love, love to get some stuff from Scratch ;) and I’m from Atlanta, just saying :D
It feels great to have found your blog, Tami! Have a fun time with Helen.

A&N Nov 16, 2009 04:11 pm

Came here from Helen’s. I’d love, love to get some stuff from Scratch ;) and I’m from Atlanta, just saying :D
It feels great to have found your blog, Tami! Have a fun time with Helen.

Debi Martin Adam Nov 17, 2009 01:11 pm

Oh my goodness those look delicious!

tamih Nov 18, 2009 08:11 am

Debi-
They’re delicious. Amy uses a traditional cream cheese dough which makes them light but flaky and buttery all at the same time. Incredible :)
– t*

tamih Nov 18, 2009 08:11 am

A&N-
Thanks for stopping by the blog! Love your blog, too – had no idea there was another ATL cooking blogger!
– t*

restaurant jobs rhode island Nov 19, 2009 11:11 pm

Really? Is this food made from ginger? It looks delicious when I first saw it. When I was a child I don’t like ginger. This is a nice food art making the food taste and looks like a delicious one. Good luck to your blog as well as to your friends.