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prettygirlfood:

Roasted Beet Hummus
Ingredients
1 small roasted beet
1 15 oz. can (1¾ cup) cooked chickpeas, mostly drained
zest of one large lemon
juice of half a large lemon
healthy pinch salt and black pepper
2 large cloves garlic, minced
2 heaping Tbsp tahini
¼ cup extra virgin olive oil
Instructions
See roasting instructions here.
Once your beet is cooled and peeled, quarter it and place it in your food processor. Blend until only small bits remain.
Add remaining ingredients except for olive oil and blend until smooth.
Drizzle in olive oil as the hummus is mixing.
Taste and adjust seasonings as needed, adding more salt, lemon juice or olive oil if needed. If it’s too thick, add a bit of water.
Will keep in the fridge for up to a week.
 
Serves 6

prettygirlfood:

Roasted Beet Hummus

Ingredients

  • 1 small roasted beet
  • 1 15 oz. can (1¾ cup) cooked chickpeas, mostly drained
  • zest of one large lemon
  • juice of half a large lemon
  • healthy pinch salt and black pepper
  • 2 large cloves garlic, minced
  • 2 heaping Tbsp tahini
  • ¼ cup extra virgin olive oil

Instructions

  1. See roasting instructions here.
  2. Once your beet is cooled and peeled, quarter it and place it in your food processor. Blend until only small bits remain.
  3. Add remaining ingredients except for olive oil and blend until smooth.
  4. Drizzle in olive oil as the hummus is mixing.
  5. Taste and adjust seasonings as needed, adding more salt, lemon juice or olive oil if needed. If it’s too thick, add a bit of water.
  6. Will keep in the fridge for up to a week.
 
Serves 6
— 1 year ago with 373 notes
#food  #delicious  #hungry  #food blog  #eat  #food photography  #photography  #beet  #hummus  #healthy  #dip  #recipe  #yummy  #vegan  #vegetables 

storyboard:

Everyday Africa: Stories Between the Headlines

In March 2012, two photojournalists — Peter DiCampo and Austin Merrill — decided in the middle of a project in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, to begin a new, raw media outlet, which portrayed the mundane and casual life of everyday Africans on iPhones and Instagram. A year on, Everyday Africa curates photography from journalists across the continent, and they’re looking to involve locals, too. We spoke to Peter DiCampo to see why he think these images have captured our attention.

What made you decide to start Everyday Africa?

Austin Merrill and I were in Ivory Coast, and we were working on a very specific story on the aftermath of crisis and conflict there. He and I were both Peace Corps volunteers in west Africa, so we spent two years of our lives living in villages. We noticed all of these in-between, daily life, mundane moments, and we realized that, working as journalists, you don’t even shoot these moments. You edit them out ahead of time because they don’t fit into the story you’re trying to tell, which is kind of one of the funny parts about journalism: In some cases, it’s kind of preconceived. In order for a story to make sense, you have to look for certain things.

So we wanted to capture all these other things we were seeing as we went along, which is basically the stream of daily life. Of course “stream” is the key word, because the perfect way to shoot it and the perfect medium to share it is on places like Tumblr, and shooting it on a phone, casually. I think casual and mundane are the key words for this project.

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— 1 year ago with 1148 notes
#peter dicampo  #austin merrill  #africa  #photography  #storyboard  #chris stokel-walker  #Iphonography  #lindsay mackenzie 

lomographicsociety:

Pentax MX and Earl Grey: An Explosive Couple!

Pentax MX is a great camera, an old splendor that does not want to be forgotten. Matched with a Lomo Earl Grey 100 ISO film and with a good old 50mm lens the result will be really impeccable!

— 1 year ago with 142 notes
#lomography  #lomography magazine  #reviews  #pentax mx  #earl grey  #black and white  #photography  #ISO 100