17 Jul 2013

behind the scenes of my coobook


Okay, homies. Today I am keeping it simple and visual.  I've put together a collection of pictures from all my photo shoots over the past two and half months as I've been writing my raw dessert cookbook (out March 2014; Page Street Publishing). Most of them are simply ingredients used or objects I found interesting, and a few capture recipes that will be in my book. Oh - and there's a couple of me being silly because I know how much you love to see my weird face. I hope you like the behind-the-scenes vibe today! Let me know what you think. 

x
 

33 comments:

Anne said...

If it's alright to ask, what lens do you use? Love your food photography! I'm a big fan of your blog wish I could just eat your photos D:

Anne Lorraine Uy said...

Oh and the first photo!! *.*

The Vegan Cookie Fairy said...

That first photo... hmmmmm. Want. Now. *hungry*

ThisLovelyLife said...

You have just...RAW talent! Simply amazing!

Anonymous said...

Oversized sweaters ftw!

onesmallvegan.com said...

All your photos and food are gorgeous! Looking forward to your book!

Molly Clark said...

Way to hype us up for the book, good heavens! *drooling*

Molly @MaeLiveFree

Katrin - therawfoodsisters.com said...

Amazing!!! Love all the pics. Keep shining!

Alex C said...

What IS the dessert in the first photo? It looks amazing.

Ragnhild said...

I cant wait for your cookbook to come out!!! I love your recipes and photos!
Did you know that my friend made one of your cakes for my baby shower a few weeks back? I think that was so cool :D And the cake was LOVELY!!

Anonymous said...

What I am thinking?

The most consuming thought: That I want to eat those filled choclates. Now.
And have a taste of all of the desserts, they look exciting for my taste buds.

And then I think that this blog is so inspiring making me want to stop eating so much "ingredients" (for example first fruit and then some nuts and then some, etc, you get the picture) and instead do more (un)cooking making proper meals or desserts out of it, because you make it seem so easy and effortless to create amazing food.
And then I think that wow, that girl look so darn healthy, her life must be working really well and I want to eat more like she does.

Oh, and after this post, I start feeling like I maybe should consider buying the cookbook. ;) Oh, those chocolates.. ;)

Emily von Euw said...

It's a blueberry coconut ice cream cake with chocolate avocado pudding in the middle :)

Emily von Euw said...

Hahaha thank you for all those insights. You're great!

x

Emily von Euw said...

Awesome! :D Thank you.

Emily von Euw said...

= my life.

Emily von Euw said...

Of course! I have a Canon T2i and I use the standard 18-55 mm lens :)

Nat @ the Apple Diaries said...

Yay I'm so glad you decided to do a cookbook Em! Your food is so inspiring, I can't wait to get my hands on a copy! Keep up the delicious work ;)

Koko said...

Ahh, can't wait!! Such good snaps!! Love the ones of you being a little goof, too, bahaha xo

laurasmess.me said...

In a word? GORGEOUS. I want this book already. Such beautiful styling, you are so incredibly talented! Thanks for giving us a snapshot into the process! xx

Elise said...

This is amazing- you're so talented! Your blog has been such a happy place for me since I had to go gluten-free because everything you make is so wholesome and natural. Thanks for being an inspiration!

Alejandra V said...

Yummmm Emily! and lovely faces :) Love your pics and creativity

Susanne Drazic said...

You always take such great pictures! CONGRATS on your upcoming cookbook.

Natalyn Rodriguez said...

Ok, I have a couple things to say:
1) My mouth was watering looking at those photos.
2) I am going to buy this recipe book the minute it comes out.
3) You are so talented and down to earth and I just love that about your blog. Keep up the fantastic work, and please continue sharing!

Alex C said...

That sounds amazing, and delicious. Thanks for replying.

Anonymous said...

I can agree with all three points of Natalyn and I'd like to know, whether the cookbook will be available in Germany? If not, I'll find a way to get it anyway. ;-)
I made your Banana and Berries Ice Cream Cake the other day, and both my boyfriend and I loved it. The temperature is getting hot now in Germany too, and there is nothing better than cooling of with some fruity, natural treats.

Jerry Snyder said...

I like the cabinets and all the kitchen. I like the food. I'll like the book. I recently bought the Jars Casupei raw book, having gr8 fun with it. Let's open an eatery.

Emily von Euw said...

It should be, but if not - I will figure something out! :D

Ella Maple said...

You truly deserve having the opportunity to share your gifts in something as timeless as a cookbook.
Your work is so inspiring and innovative, I know your book will be unique.
Thank you for bringing your passion 'to the table'!

Shelly Schaffer said...

Wow you are sooo talented! Both creative with your recipes as well as photography. I will definitely be buying your cook book when it comes out!!

Kelsey M said...

Keepin' it simple.

Om nom nom.

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thislittlegreenpocket said...

Wow! I can't wait for your cookbook to come out. How exciting!

I am new to the world of raw vegan (un)baking and wanted to let you know that you inspired me to start experimenting. This is my third attempt: http://thislittlegreenpocket.com/2013/08/04/a-raw-vegan-take-on-the-snickers-bar-2/

Not as pretty as your stuff but you have set the bar very high :)

Laura

Anonymous said...

Omg I am SO excited, those pictures are such a tease!! I just bought myself a high speed blender, best thing that's happened to me since my boyfriend haha but seriously, best purchase ever!!!!!

Jess