I haven't published a new blog post in so long, you were probably starting to think that I'd given up blogging altogether. The truth is that I haven't been blogging because my camera is broken. Essentially, a food blogger without a camera is like a landscaper without a lawn mower. My camera is critical to my blog because lets face it - you visit the blog mostly for the pictures.
I am so accustomed to taking pictures while I'm preparing food that I store my camera in the kitchen. It's always within arms reach so it feels really strange to NOT have it by my side right now.
After a few tears and a few hundred hours on the computer researching cameras, I decided to take the opportunity to upgrade my camera instead of trying to repair a broken lens and flash. I'm not sure that I agonized this much over which house to buy but there are so many camera options out there - it was overwhelming.
The good news is that my new Sony mirrorless camera is ordered. The bad news is that is will take a couple of weeks for it to arrive. You can bet that as soon as it gets here though - I'll be snapping away. For now, I'll post this one final recipe with pictures from my Nikon D60.
Barbequed Chicken Calzones
1/2 recipe for pizza dough
1 cup shredded chicken
1/4 cup red onion, chopped
1 cup barbeque sauce
1 cup mozzarella cheese, sliced thin
Fold dough over and seal edges by pinching seams.
Bake in a 400 degree oven or on a pizza stone on a grill.
Let cool slightly before cutting in half to serve.
I'm going to miss my Nikon DSLR camera. We logged a lot of hours together. It was in my hand as I traveled through Italy and Disney, Montana, Colorado, Florida and countless other vacations. I've hiked with it, run with it, baked with it and even tried to swim with it. I am grateful that it was by my side for all of the important moments in my life and I will always treasure the memories that it captured. Thank you Nikon for 10 great years. You will be missed.
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