1. Bus ride – raindrops on the window
2. Breakfast Saturday morning
3. Loot from the church sale – 9$ well spent
4. My baby
5. Homemade veggie chilli & sweet potato cornbread
6. My mom loves to clean and I love to dirty dishes
7. Apple cheddar scones before
8. Apple cheddar scones after
9. Breakfast some of my favourite weirdos
10. Back home to Montreal


1. Reunited with the man of my life
2. Breakfast – Bakery croissant, egg, cheese and tomato
3. Church sale loot – 5$ for all this – ready for some serious food photography
4. A herd of animal crackers
5. Documenting my mom’s pumpkin pie baking
6. Pies ready to be baked
7. Pumpkin tarts – never too much pumpkin
8. All the leaves are brown and the sky is grey
9. Vegetarian thanksgiving dinner
10. Fruit of {my mom’s} labour

Ah {Canadian} thanksgiving. You smell like wet leaves, cold air, nutmeg, cinnamon and roasting turkey juices. The long weekend (why don’t we have more of those?) was spent watching movies on the couch with Hurley while the rain cancelled all hiking plans, cooking & watching my mom bake pies, rearranging her furniture for my food photography, taking lots of pictures, eating and seeing friends and family. Oh you know, just a normal weekend in my faaaabulous life, darling!


1. Printed some instagram photos for a montage. They’re great, I want more
2. Leftovers = Breakfast = huevos rancheros
3. Fried tofu with peanut sauce and crispy spinach @ C Thai
4. Fried bananas for dessert [weekends are for fried food]
5. Sunday mornings
6. Wearing my Sunday best [sweats & sneakers]
7. Homemade roasted garlic hummus

In case you hadn’t noticed I’m on a bit of a food instagramming frenzy these days. And lets not forget all the coffee – see above evidence. I love cooking [and eating] and it’s good practice for my  [non iPhone] food photography & styling skills. Maybe I should rename ‘weekend in photos’ to ‘what I ate/drank this weekend’.

By the way, went to C Thai this weekend after seeing a great review on Shut up and Eat. It’s not always easy to find a BYOW restaurant that is vegetarian friendly [and affordable] and C Thai did not disappoint. The service was good and friendly, the food was delicious and light, the prices were very reasonable and to top it all off, you can bring your own wine. I will be back.


1. Saturday morning, first cup of coffee
2. Orange tomato from the garden. Probably the best tomato ever eaten. Ever.
3. Photographing a bachelorette – making delicious cocktails @ Ateliers & Saveurs
4. After cocktails, we start tapas cooking class @ Ateliers & Saveurs
5. Sister of the bride made some very nice cupcakes
6. Sunday: Braving the storm @ OSHEAGA!!
7. When the rain finally stops and the sun comes out, they hose us down
8. A girl’s gotta eat (greasy food) – Poutine for the win. Don’t judge me.

What a weekend! I spent all day Saturday photographing a bachelorette. We did a photo shoot with all the girls in the old port, a tapas cooking class then out to a club. It was an exhausting day but the girls were great and I’m very happy behind the camera.

After sleeping in a little Sunday morning, I took the morning to relax and catch up on blogs. Then it was time to party. I headed to Osheaga in the afternoon and spent many hours dying from the heat or taking shelter from the torrential rain. Mother nature couldn’t make up her mind but the shows were amazing and I had a great day. I’ll do a separate post exclusively for the festival pictures cuz I went a little crazy. I hope everyone else had a great weekend!