It’ll take some height adjustment depending on how the food is arranged, but taking this step can make all the difference between blurry, grainy food photos…and crisp, clear ones. Use a wide aperture: Aside from the extra light this lets in, it also increases the bokeh effect—Notice the pan in the background?
Instead of being in focus (a smaller aperture would allow for this), it’s blurred, soft—and makes the photo more evocative and moody.
They always seem a little intimidating as I’ve had many a dry rib and no one wants to be chewing on meat for an hour.
We’ve had a slow cooker for a few years now, and yet I really don’t ever use it for ribs.
I use it for everything else, breakfast, meats, soups, casseroles, and even dessert but I haven’t really played around with ribs too much.
My friend’s mother attended the Sichuan Culinary Institute at Chengdu, so this Mapo Tofu recipe is as authentic as it can be.
The Mapo Tofu recipe is not for the faint-hearted, it’s lip-smackingly SUBSCRIBE TO RASA MALAYSIA NEWSLETTER AND GET EASY AND DELICIOUS RECIPES DELIVERED TO YOUR INBOX.
Once it starts boiling, whisk the cornstarch and water together in a small dish and add 1 tablespoon of the hot liquid.