I'm loving a couple of things right now, one of which you've already seen.
The second thing makes my smile smoother.
Other objects of my affection -- everything at Green Zone. With every bite today, Bax and I kept asking ourselves, "Why is this so good?!" It doesn't matter how many times we go. It's a joy every time and worth another entry.
Of course, we drowned ourselves with the infamous passion fruit iced tea ($2.50). A visit to Green Zone is not complete without at least three glasses, preferably four. There is something magical in it, I swear.
My organic Hainan chicken rice ($7.50) was delicious and light and made me feel good.
The lemon creme brulee was the perfect ending -- a classic with a little twist.
In a recent comment about my photographing food in restaurants, Shan observed, "You seem to have no fear! What's your secret?"
No secret. I actually am quite fearless about snapping away in public places.
My philosophy is that taking pictures in restaurants is really no big deal, provided you don't disturb other patrons and the people with whom you're dining are ok with it. You just whip out your camera and go. That's about it. If you look uncomfortable with your camera, people around you will feel uncomfortable, too. If you do it with confidence and a smile, it makes everyone feel at ease.
Sable Crow documented my food photography insanity on Sunday, so now you can see the method behind the madness. Enjoy!