Photographing a cooking tip


Last night I had the privilege of cooking dinner for my family. The entree? Kraft Macaroni & Cheese. While the noodles were boiling, I placed a wooden spoon across the pot, because I’d seen something a while back that said this simple act would keep the pot from boiling over during cooking. (Done it a few times and it really works)

My next thought was, “That would be an interesting blog post and photograph.” So I grabbed by camera and took a few shots of the cooking noodles.

Wooden Spoon Secret

Canon 60D| 50mm lens | 1/80 | f/1.8 | ISO 400

I must confess that while I was taking my photos, the noodles were overcooking and we ended up eating slightly soggy macaroni and cheese. Add a few apple slices as a side dish, and a punch for the drink and no one was worse for wear!

~signed, Carltonaut

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