FOOD + DRINK, FOOD presentation | November 4, 2010

Fall Recipes and Remarkable Dark Tableware on Sweet Paul Magazine

fall winter soup on sweet paul magazine

The fall issue of Sweet Paul Magazine inspired to cook with their tasty mushroom recipes and seasonal soups. Thanksgiving is about comfort food and family-style dinner.  The fall 2010 issue reflects that concept in a styling but easy to do way.

Appetizers and Soups

chevre and honey open faced sandwich

The Chevre and Honey open-faced sandwich would make a great appetizer.

kale and bean soup on sweet paul mag

As you can see, the food stylists elevated simple recipes with nice food presentation. And for the most part, the plating is something that we can easily do at home with some skills and beautiful tableware. Have a look a the digital magazine, it may help you plan your Thanksgiving menu.

shepherd's pie in a black dishware :: sweet paul magazine

One last thing, the role is reversed. I usually tell you where to find the coolest things. This time, I hope you can tell me. I felt in love with the black dishes and bowls that are used through the magazine. But I found no clues on the magazine about who makes it. If you know the answer, I want to know.

By the way, the Holiday issue of Sweet Paul Magazine is scheduled to be out by November 15th.

SOURCING:
+ Sweet Paul Magazine Fall 2010

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5 Responses to “Fall Recipes and Remarkable Dark Tableware on Sweet Paul Magazine”

  1. Hi
    They are mostly rentals.
    I have a wast amount of props to play with here in NYC.
    There are at least 10 places to rent the most amazing props.
    Wish they where all mine.

  2. Thanks, Paul. This is the huge advantage of living in NYC, you can find everything at more than one place.

  3. 3 Rebecca said:

    Have you tried any of the recipes? I am sick to death of wasting time and money on recipes that look great in magazines and then taste awful.

  4. Rebecca: I did not try any of the recipes yet. I selected them for their visual appeal. But I want to give a try to some.

  5. Just found your site thanks to Montreal Centre_Ville publication. I’m new to home cooking food blogging and I make and photograph each recipe. I’d love it if you would take a look at Jittery Cook on Facebook or http://www.jitterycook.com on the web. I’ve had tons of positive response and just seem to want more.
    Thanks!
    Holly Botner aka Jittery Cook