Portland Food Photographer- FEAST Smoked

Portland Oregon Food Photographer

Sight, smell and definitely taste were kicked into high gear during Feast’s Smoked event.  It was a perfect summer evening (the light was gorgeous, which makes this photographer happy.)  I have to admit that I did not eat EVERYTHING at Smoked. (Gasp?!)  I spent the first part taking photos- the light and the grilling and the smoke and the happiness was perfect and I chose my camera over stuffing my face. (You can gasp again if you want.)  Plus I had to leave early to go to my actual photography assignment for the evening.  I eventually put the camera down and enjoyed plenty of mouth-watering bites and a few wine samples.

My favorite bite of the night was from Ataula.  Chef Jose Chesa created a Smoked Moruno-Spiced Pork Belly with Green Lentil Puree, Escalivada, Black Olives and Pork Cracklings.  Seriously- delish!  Chris Cosentino with  Cockscomb (San Fran) made a stellar Grilled Jowl with Smoked Oyster Remoulade.  Hama Hama oysters was a hit and happened to be neighbors with Nicolas Feuillatte Champagne. (Okay, I know it was on purpose.)  How can you go wrong with oysters and Champagne?  It was a delicious combo and their Champagne was amazing. Stoller Vineyards (one of my all-time faves) created a cocktail with gin, rosemary, and their Rosè.  It was beautiful, pink and went down easy. On my way out I remembered that Salt & Straw was serving up some kind of dessert (and really who cares what it is, it’s Salt & Straw).  So I ran through The Fields Park and grabbed my final treat, Smoked Snickers Bar with Marionberries and Smoked Honey.  Feel free to drool.

Even though I did not stuff my belly, I still think it is safe to say that this was one of my favorite events from Feast.  Wine and grilling are right up my ally.  I enjoyed myself, I enjoyed taking photographs and I hope you enjoy the photos.

Portland Oregon Food Photographer
Portland Oregon Food Photographer
Portland Oregon Food Photographer
Portland Oregon Food Photographer
Portland Oregon Food Photographer
Portland Oregon Food Photographer
Portland Oregon Food Photographer
Portland Oregon Food Photographer
Portland Oregon Food Photographer
Portland Oregon Food Photographer
Portland Oregon Food Photographer
Portland Oregon Food Photographer
Portland Oregon Food Photographer
Portland Oregon Food Photographer
Portland Oregon Food Photographer
Portland Oregon Food Photographer
Portland Oregon Food Photographer
Portland Oregon Food Photographer
Portland Oregon Food Photographer
Portland Oregon Food Photographer
Portland Oregon Food Photographer
Portland Oregon Food Photographer
Portland Oregon Food Photographer
Portland Oregon Food Photographer

Portland Oregon Food Photographer

Portland Oregon Food Photographer

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September 29, 2015 - 11:59 pm

Meredith {MarthaChartreuse} - These pictures are unreal!!!!

September 30, 2015 - 1:24 am

Pech - The shots with the smoke wafting like a character of its own in the photo and the salt sprinkle photo are incredible, though I don’t know how you resisted all those aromas despite the gorgeous light and sights

September 30, 2015 - 6:59 am

Marlynn @ UrbanBlissLife - WOW. Just: WOW. I can’t even. Your talent is unparalleled, girlfriend.

September 30, 2015 - 4:41 pm

Renée ♥ The Good Hearted Woman - Those action shots are amazing, Aubrie. That smoke! Those seeds! The fire and the light! I can’t wait to go next year! Love it all.

September 30, 2015 - 8:17 pm

Sala - Mouthwatering pictures! I love them all, but my favorite is the second one – of the sesame sprinkle.

October 1, 2015 - 12:45 am

Dawne - Ok, I may have just died and gone to smoke heaven. What kind of camera were you using because I really felt like I could smell it from here. WOW.

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October 6, 2015 - 3:05 pm

Create/Enjoy - These photos are AMAZING. You captured this event so well (I think, I wasn’t there–but I can almost taste it!)!

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