I am SO excited that I had the opportunity to tag along with another photographer and shoot this wedding!! It was seriously the most fun (and long–14 hours!) wedding day I’ve ever been part of. Seriously–the dancing, the food, the beautiful people and gorgeous clothing–a photographer’s dream and just so lovely. When I left at 11:15, the party was still going strong (and most of them had been up doing rituals & wedding stuff since 8am!). Indian people are awesome!!!
Many moons ago I did this sweet girl’s senior portraits, and now she’s all grown up and getting ready to marry the many of her dreams! Exactly six months out. They are so cute. He’s very polite, too–every time I asked him anything or told him to do anything, he said “Yes, ma’am”….I wasn’t sure if I’m that old or if he adheres to the Southern rule of “say ma’am to any woman over 18 years old” lol. And they had their sweet dog with them, who is quite spoiled by his daddy. Isn’t his little bow-tie sweet? So festive. I can’t wait to photograph their wedding!
Hi, all! I wanted to share another of my favorite dinner recipes. It’s definitely fattening, but on the plus side, you’re getting lots of Vitamin D from the milk & cheese in it AND it’s gluten-free. For those of you who are lactose-intolerant like me, I recommend two Lactaid tablets and two Beano tablets before chowing down lol. I made this for my family while we were at the beach this summer and they were seriously licking their plates clean–there wasn’t a single noodle left in the bowl! Just a side note: this does not reheat very well, so try to do it when you have enough people around to eat it all. If you do have to reheat it, you need to add more cream in and after heating, you may have to drain the butter. It’s going to be a bit greasy because the cream and the butter will want to separate.
CREAMY BACON FETTUCCINE YIELD: 4 servings
- 6-8 slices of low-sodium bacon
- 1/4 cup butter
- 1 tbsp minced garlic
- 2 small shallots, finely chopped (or 2 tbsp dried minced onion if you’re in a pinch!)
- 3/4 cup heavy cream
- one package of flat pad Thai noodles/rice sticks (or regular fettucine if you prefer)
- 1/4 cup grated parmesan
- 1/4 cup Italian-blend grated cheese
1. Place bacon strips on a microwave-safe plate, cook them and chop into small pieces. Set aside.
2. Melt butter in a medium saucepan, then add garlic & onions and cook over medium heat til golden. Start the water boiling for the noodles.
3. Add cream to the saucepan, and bring to a low boil. Let boil for a couple minutes or until butter & cream are thoroughly mixed, then remove from heat.
4. Drain pasta and place in a serving bowl. Pour the grated cheese into the pasta and stir to distribute, then add cream. Let sit for a few seconds and then stir up to melt cheese and evenly coat noodles.
5. Add bacon and serve!!