I recently had the opportunity to shoot for the lovely Keri of Tri Pow – we shot her spirulina and chlorella powder along with some recipes using her product. We kept it light and fresh and ended up with some stunning images.
Let’s face it. Hummus is one of the most unattractive foods you’ve ever seen. It’s beige. It has a weird texture. It sort of looks like baby throw up. Now that I’ve got you sufficiently grossed out, I was recently presented with the challenge of making hummus look good. Because a kick-ass recipe of hummus tastes good. And it can look good too with the right presentation.
Let’s start with putting it on a beautiful walnut charcuterie board by OnOurTable, surround it with some of the amazing ingredients used to make and eat it with, and top it with some red pepper flakes for texture. Add in a beautiful English-sterling-silver-boned-handled-spreader-knife and you’ve got a great combination, and proof that hummus can look delicious in a photograph.
Roasted Garlic and Lime Hummus