Soul Food Pictures Gallery

They say "a picture is worth a thousand words", this quote is my inspiration for compiling all my soul food pictures into the gallery you see below.  In the coming weeks, months, and years I will continue to add to this picture gallery as I post new recipes to this website.  

I'm also very excited about purchasing my new Canon DSLR camera which I will use to learn how to take food photography.  My plan moving forward is to include food photos of every new recipe I upload to this website. That way you can see what the finished dish will look like before trying out the recipe.  

Just so you know I am not a professional photographer. In fact I am a student of Lindsay and Bjork from pinch of yum who also runs a success food blog.  Lindsay has published an awesome photography ebook titles" Tasty Food Photography".  This excellent ebook takes you by the hand and walks you through numerous illustrations that teach step-by-step how to take great food photos with a digital camera.

Look over this webpage. Click on any picture to see the complete gallery.  We know you will enjoy our soul food photo gallery! It will take a little while for all photos to show.

black eyed peas

New Year's Black Eyed Peas Recipe

sautéed cabbage

Sauteed Cabbage

homemade fried potatoes
smoked whole chicken

Smoked Chicken

half slab of smoked beef ribs

Smoked Beef Ribs

red beans and ham hock

Red Beans and Ham Hocks

new years day dinner

My New Year's Day dinner...featuring collard greens, black eyed peas and fried chicken.

I really enjoyed these Maryland Crab Cakes!

Look at this, here's some boiled pigs feet simmering in water.

One of my old-time favorites, chitterlings and white rice. Know where is the hot sauce?

This is how I we get down during the holidays. On the menu was the following...

smoked ham and turkey, chitterlings, corn bread dressing, cranberry sauce, hash brown casserole, broccoli casserole, and homemade dinner rolls. Don't be jealous cook you own.

No these are not chickens. How about some tasty, meat falling off the bones oven roasted duck?

Homemade Chocolate Cake

My favorite meat during the holiday is honey baked ham.

This side dish of hash brown casserole is always a family favorite.

During the holidays I love to serve homemade dinner rolls.

Freshly baked cornbread dressing ready to be devoured by the family.

I'm always looking to add unique and original content to this site.  So please contact me directly if you have a recipe and food photo that you'd like for me to feature on this page.   Be sure you stop back often to see our latest pictures and recipes.