Tag Archives: anchovies

Homemade Salad


Have you been wondering what happened to me? Sorry about the long absence. I’ve been pretty busy with life. So much has been happening–good stuff. I won’t bore you with the details, except for one. I’ve been working on an iFoodography eBook. It’s been a lot of fun giving thought to what I’ve been doing and explaining the thinking behind the images. The eBook still in the early stages of production, but I thought I’d explain why I’ve slowed down posting images.

Anyway, today’s post is a salad I made for yesterday’s lunch. It’s baby spinach leaves, macerated strawberries, anchovies, capers, Feta cheese, Kalamata olives, Cajun seasoning, Balsamic vinegar and extra virgin olive oil. It’s amazing how much spinach you can eat and how few calories that adds up to.

Build-Your-Own Pizza


The best thing about build-your-own pizzas is that I get to put anchovies on my half.  This one has kalamata olives, mushrooms, red peppers, onion, pepperoni and, oh yeah, anchovies.

Mushroom and Anchovie Pizza


Mushroom and anchovie pizza from Rounders Pizzeria in Austin, Texas. My friend Kurt and I were pleased to find that the other wanted anchovies on the pizza that we were splitting. Mention anchovies and people react. They either love them or hate them. Rarely, in my experience, are people indifferent to them. How do you feel about anchovies?