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While staying at Blue Inn On The Beach, Yankee Magazine arranged a wonderful workshop full of food photography tips with Krissy from Cottage Farm. I learned some great pro tips during this workshop that I use to this day.
Hong Kong, like any metropolitan city, has an extensive list of possible dining options – from modern to traditional to pre-fixe to fast food. Let me tell you, it can be super overwhelming. And being a self-proclaimed foodie, it can be suffocating. I’m the type of person that wants the perfect combination of traditional local dishes as well as familiar foods. I never like to have too much of one thing. (Ok, lies, I can ruin something because I want too much of it but this mostly applies to songs, though. *ahem*Bruno Mars’ 24K*ahem*)
For my second visit to Charleston, I knew I had to try all new restaurants. Life’s too short to repeat meals. (Well, unless they are that good. Then, by all means, repeat away.) I’m also that person that’s distracted by shiny new things so it’s no surprise that I was excited to try some new spots.