Happy Holidays

December and November have been a couple of quiet months around Our Life in Food. It’s not because we haven’t been trying and enjoying new recipes (we have!), but the winter months are really just so frustrating for me when it comes to food blogging. The absence of natural light in the evenings really leads to a lot of trouble when it comes to taking photos of food.

But we’re still here :) Brandon and I have been enjoying our share of holiday treats (including this beautiful glass of Jolly Pumpkin Christmas beer), and I’m so excited to get back to food blogging on a regular basis in the new year. Brandon and I exchanged our Christmas gifts a few days early before heading off to visit family, and Brandon bought me the best gift that a food blogger could ask for – a DSLR camera! (!) I can’t wait to make Our Life in Food so much better than it has ever been. :)

Until then, we want to wish you a happy holiday season. We’re looking forward to better things here on the blog in the next couple of weeks!

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4 thoughts on “Happy Holidays

  1. Carrie,
    I’m so glad for you and your new camera equipment! I can’t wait to see your post from here on. Enjoy! See you Friday!
    Love,
    Joan

  2. How exciting! My dSLR has been my favorite toy since I bought it three years ago! It’s so frustrating to photograph food in the winter, isn’t it? My big cooking projects are pretty much relegated to the weekends so I can take advantage of the daytime light. Can’t wait for longer days!

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