A perfect partnership: homemade ginger crunch and a latte. Image: Su Leslie, 2016
One of the definitions of partner offered by the Merriam-Webster dictionary is:
one of two or more people, businesses, etc., that work together or do business together
Perhaps one shouldn’t talk about foodstuffs being “in partnership”, but it is true that some combinations of food flavours, textures and even colours work well together.
Cheese and onion, dark chocolate and orange, fish and chips. Some combinations are common-place; others may be more a matter of personal taste.
Here are some food partnerships you’ll find in my kitchen.
Would the purists admit it as a Salad Nicoise? Seared tuna, boiled egg and saute potatoes. Image: Su Leslie, 2016
One for the boy-child. Grilled pork with fennel, apple and walnuts. Image: Su Leslie, 2016
Warm salad of lentils, crisp sage leaves, feta and baby tomatoes. Image: Su Leslie, 2015
Lamb and rosemary. Lamb leg roasted with anchovy and garlic rub, fresh rosemary and fresh lemon. Image: Su Leslie, 2016
This post was written for the Daily Post Photo Challenge. This week the theme is partners.