As the clock ticks down to 2015, it’s hard to believe that 2014 is over. It’s all flown by: leaving my first real job to start business school; traveling to London, Paris, Portland and Wisconsin; cooking and shooting tons of food. Most importantly and relevant-ly to the blogging world, I feel incredibly lucky to have been able to meet a handful of truly fun and talented bloggers this year–Izy in London, Michelle in Portland, Kylie in Houston, Alana in LA, and Alanna in San Francisco!
It feels fitting to end this year with a post with photos from a collaborative shoot with one of my favorite bloggers. Alanna, an insanely talented recovering pastry chef, graciously invited me over to her gorgeous San Francisco apartment to cook and shoot these chilaquiles. I first fell in love with Alanna’s blog after making these insanely delicious flaky goat cheese biscuits–and full further in love with each successive post. Basically, getting to hang with her, nose around her beautiful prop cabinet, and watch her prep her shots was like a dream come true.
These chilaquiles turned out to be an accidentally perfect dish, given the ubiquity and popularity of this crunchy, cheesy, savory breakfast dish in Texas. Houston met San Francisco in this serendipitous brunch dish, complete with an array of creamy avocado, lime, salsa, queso fresco and cilantro.
To get this recipe, head over to The Bojon Gourmet!