Monday, December 27, 2010

every chef needs a break every once in a while

and a little nibble of something lovely to eat under the cold december sun.

18 comments:

semprelibri said...

Hello! Excellent blog! I'd like to have your Flag on my website. So, please, visit me: http://www.eryx.it/dentelli/index.htm Greetings!

Jacob said...

Caught in the act! It would appear that it isn't too cold - it looks like he's enjoying that Vermont sunshine!

Were you hiding behind a tree when you took this?

Birdman said...

Love this portrait... poignant.

Small City Scenes said...

Of course he does. MB

Caren Gittleman said...

wonderful and thoughtful photo!

Virginia said...

LOve the BW. This could be Paris you know! :)

Sharon said...

What a handsome chef! I might stop in to his restaurant just to get a peek at him.

lizziviggi said...

The cool air must be especially wonderful when stepping away from a hot kitchen. Love the monochrome.

Tash said...

Très bien, chère Brattcat. He seems to be just arrived from Paris. Wonderful combo of the rustic look of the setting with the elegance of the chef. (I like the details too -- like the thermometer on his right...couldn't make out the temp though.)

Missouri Gal Nicole said...

Wonderful black and white! Wonder what he's thinking about?

Malyss said...

It must be warm in the kitchen!a little breath of fresh air, a little "casse-croute" as we say here, and he will be back to work.

VP said...

This is so real!

Amin said...

Beautiful portrait!

Bob Crowe said...

Really nice portrait. The expression looks wistful but I also get the impression that he takes no nonsense in his kitchen.

Julie said...

Nicely contemplative, BC, and a good choice for monochrome.

FOLKWAYS NOTEBOOK said...

Humanistic. -- barbara

Randy said...

Nice capture!

slim said...

Perhaps a nibble of VT extra-sharp?