The other night, I was at a dinner with a close group of friends. One of our friends was unable to join us, so I decided to send her a message to let her know she was missed. I looked down at our table where a basket of delicious and perfect looking hush puppies sat catching the light of the private dining room's chandelier. I pulled out my cell phone and snapped a series of photographs until I finally felt certain I had captured The One. I sent the image to her along with a message: a little missive from our evening to hers.
You know who else puts food images from her night out into the world? Martha Stewart.
Yesterday, Jezebel gave Martha the side eye for the food images she has been sharing over social media. There really is no way to sugarcoat it; they are not at all like the images that grace her magazine or website. For example, take a look at the image she shared on twitter of slow-cooked French onion soup vs. the image of a similar soup found on her website.Read More »from Why Martha Stewart's "Gross" Food Photos on Twitter Are Refreshing to See