Comments on: grilled soft cheese, thyme honey and fresh figs http://notwithoutsalt.com/grilled-soft-cheese-thyme-honey-and-fresh-figs/ “Where would we be without salt?” - James Beard Wed, 22 Jul 2015 16:32:29 +0000 hourly 1 By: Ashley Rodriguez http://notwithoutsalt.com/grilled-soft-cheese-thyme-honey-and-fresh-figs/comment-page-2/#comment-862633 Wed, 22 Jul 2015 16:31:35 +0000 http://notwithoutsalt.com/?p=2861#comment-862633 Absolutely!

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By: Vickie G http://notwithoutsalt.com/grilled-soft-cheese-thyme-honey-and-fresh-figs/comment-page-2/#comment-861996 Fri, 17 Jul 2015 01:57:30 +0000 http://notwithoutsalt.com/?p=2861#comment-861996 Think you could lightly grill the figs too???

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By: Yıldırım Satılık Daire http://notwithoutsalt.com/grilled-soft-cheese-thyme-honey-and-fresh-figs/comment-page-2/#comment-840175 Fri, 09 Jan 2015 07:30:47 +0000 http://notwithoutsalt.com/?p=2861#comment-840175 Ideally we should humbly inspire and be inspired by others. We should give credit where credit is due and applaud other artists around us. And we should, without a doubt, eat more cheese that has been grilled.

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By: Georgiesmom http://notwithoutsalt.com/grilled-soft-cheese-thyme-honey-and-fresh-figs/comment-page-2/#comment-504501 Wed, 10 Sep 2014 00:51:02 +0000 http://notwithoutsalt.com/?p=2861#comment-504501 Looks delicious! I’ve done something similar with Brie, pecans or almonds, and honey.

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By: Food Photography Tips http://notwithoutsalt.com/grilled-soft-cheese-thyme-honey-and-fresh-figs/comment-page-2/#comment-121062 Fri, 07 Mar 2014 02:31:16 +0000 http://notwithoutsalt.com/?p=2861#comment-121062 […] Don’t be afraid to get up close to the food. A large component of food photography is, essentially, macro photography. We want to see the details of the food, just like it was plated right in front of us on the table. Getting in close to the food allows you to simplify the shot and makes it easier to see the details of the food. The tighter the cropping, the less empty space or props to distract from the food. Just like Tip #2, getting in close to the food allows you to see more of the details of the shot and creates more visual interest. Just be careful not to get so close to the food that we can’t understand what we’re looking at. As a general rule, food photography shouldn’t be abstract. Ideally, we should be able to know exactly what we are looking at and not be confused.  This is a technique Ashley from Not Without Salt does masterfully, as you can see in this post. […]

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