Food Photography
From Ireland.

By Orla Mc Nelis
  • Asian Inspired Salmon

    I’m of the belief that even if you have no idea how to cook, it’s very hard to fuck up salmon. 

    Asian Salmon with a Sesame, Chilli, Garlic and Ginger Dressing


    Boneless salmon fillets with the skin on (seriously, use the skin)

    2 cloves garlic

    1 thumb-sized piece of ginger

    1 green chilli

    Juice and rind of 1 lime

    1 tbsp sesame seeds

    1 tbsp olive oil

    1/2 tbsp soy sauce

    1/2 tbsp worcestershire sauce

    Drizzle honey


    1. Finely chop the garlic, chilli, and ginger. Mix with the olive oil, soy sauce, worcestershire sauce, honey, lime and sesame seeds to create a marinade

    2. Coat the salmon with the marinade and leave in the fridge for an hour.

    3. Place the salmon in an oven preheated to 180c for 20 minutes until the skin is crispy. 

  • Gluten Free Tuscan Bread Salad

    Made with Bfree's Brown Rolls, they are absolutely perfect for this recipe, but you can use any soft bread

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  • Tomato and Basil and Rosemary and Olive Focaccia 

    The bread recipe is from the lovely Jamie Oliver, using all strong flour:

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  • The Blog Awards Ireland


    blog awards ireland

    Walter has been short listed for best photography blog in the Blog Awards Ireland!

    My other photography blog Walter has been short listed! Yaaay

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  • Le Weekend! 

    Mozzarella and Tomato on Spelt and Honey Bread

    Thai Red Fish Curry

    Eton Mess 

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  • Rainbow Summer Salad

    With feta, marinated olives and moroccan spiced chickpeas 

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  • Mixed Berry Galette 

    Such a light and delicious dessert!The pastry recipe is taken from here:

    I used yoghurt instead of ricotta and added vanilla and cinnamon to the fruit. 

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  • Super Seed and Nut Granola Bars

    These are really tasty and loaded with good things. Obviously removing the chocolate will make them that bit healthier but where’s the fun in that. 

    The low levels of fat (only 40g butter, and this makes about 12 bars) means that they are quite brittle. But what they lack in durability they make up for in taste

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