Hi and welcome to my Blog! I’m Debbie - the Pixel Chef – a freelance photographer, writer and lover of food, walking, yoga and cycling. On the Pixel Chef Blog you’ll find lots of my photos along with recipes for cooking up digital manipulations. You'll also find real recipes - with more photos - to help you cook up a storm in the kitchen!
In remembrance of Sydney Bacon
I first published this post in 2014 and it seems very fitting to republished today on the 100th anniversary of the armistice. Amazingly my Dad discovered this newspaper amongst his own fathers memorabilia yesterday. This morning I will be going to our local service to remember all of those who perished in this and other…
That was October
This post is a bit late coming after a tempête de merde of a week last week – I won’t go into details but many things decided to conspire against us both personally and in our business so it was not a good time! Thank goodness for yoga! Anyway those who know me know that I’m…
Welcome back pixel palettes
There is something very satisfying about making these palettes! One day i might use them for decorating a room but for the time being I’ll just enjoying playing around with the colours from my photos! Palettes one and two were made from photos from this mornings walk which was dull and damp.
Food and recipes
Well after sticking its head above the parapet yesterday, today the sun has now deserted us. Once again it has been chilly, grey and rather miserable – so to cheer us up I’ve taken “time out breaks” from working on the computer to rustle up some comfort food in the kitchen! For elevenses we had…
Rainy Summer Sunday – so let’s make lime and coconut cake!
It’s a summer Sunday washout! It’s cold and it’s pouring with rain which has scuppered my plans for some weekend gardening. Instead I’ve been pottering the kitchen, listening to Cerys at Womad and making this ridiculously simple, but delicious cake. The addition of some extra virgin coconut oil makes it super coconutty and and provides a healthy…
That was January
So that was January… It was cold and “dry” My lovely Blog got hacked but we saved it The turntable was reinstated and we played records I made marmalade The early sunrises were amazing I ate too much chocolate My daughter’s life was taken over by the school play I wore a onesie to keep…
Advent: December 4th – Dull days before Christmas
A dull, dismal morning walk. No light – everything just flat and grey….