2 days of action, a team of 5, tons of equipment and dirty dishes, exhausted bodies and happy eyes. Not much to add to a very successful shooting. Except for, you are darn sexy dear Kitchen Stories team! Ole, Clarissa, Pei, Artur und Joni, may I take you for wife, husband and production team? 😃
In case you are wondering why I’m so overly exciting about all of this, let me explain a common challenge most food bloggers encounter at some point of their blogging routine. So taking images of food is difficult, but with some exercise this can actually be done in no time. Showing some life and action i.e. showing a hand is a little more advanced – cut to weirdly bend arms of a blogger who would actually try to hold a spoon while taking a photo at the same time. But then there are recipe videos. You need light, a camera, someone who holds that f*ing camera, someone who has the slightest idea to present food from the right angle, as well as some talent to put this all together into a video that actually makes sense…
Let’s say it comes in quite handy to suddenly have all of these things above waiting in front of your doorsteps.
Unfortunately, just like the intro video, my recipe videos are only available in German for now, but I’d like to share them with you nonetheless. Hopefully I’ll find some time to add Englisch subtitles at some point. Let me know if you want to help me on this 😊
But don’t fret, there is still a written version for you to test out immediately. Enjoy this Turkish street food staple at home! Thank you Kitchen Stories for making my recipes look so darn delicious!
P.s. Don’t forget to give me a thumbs up on my video below and head over to my friends at Kitchen Stories for hundreds of recipe ideas and how-to videos on about everything: kitchenstories.io