Outtakes from the Edible Vancouver Article


Recently, I had the privilege to photograph for an article in a local foodie magazine, Edible Vancouver. I feel grateful to see my photos and name in print, as this was something that I had dreamed about even before I started my blog, which is already 3 years old.

When I was still planning the blog, I remember expressing my longing to be published in my thick notebook along with a hundred other goals/dreams. From “Eat Belon (type of oyster) in Bretagne,” and “Learn how to shoot like Jonathan Lovekin,” to “Take my family who lives in Japan to a decent fine dining establishment in Vancouver” and “Have eternal peace within me,” I made sure to document my aspirations so that none would be left by the wayside.

For those who have read my blog from the beginning and followed my endeavors, this just goes to show that no matter how small one’s dream may be, achieving a goal gives us the strength to take another step forward. Because, I believe, after all, that life is the accumulation of these tiny achievements!

Pick up a copy if you are local or go online and check out Ms. Barnstable’s great story “From Fear and Loathing to Love of Spinach,” take a look at my accompanying photographs, and get busy in your kitchen!



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23. April 2015 by Emi Uchida
Categories: life style, Main Course, Pasta, Recipe, Vancouver, Vegetarian | Tags: , , , , , , , | 4 comments

Comments (4)

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  2. This is some of the nicest food photography I have ever seen. Wow, seriously beautiful. I have a lot to learn. Congratulations on the work in edible Vancouver.

  3. Congrats! Such beautiful photos.
    The Ottawa area just got our own “Edible” magazine, and I’ve been thrilled with the quality. Looks like Vancouver’s sets the bar high!

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