As the days grow shorter we lose our precious after hours time out in the sunshine and with that, our ability to barbecue without a trusty assistant holding a flashlight. For those with the right set up, with a nice well ventilated covered area with outdoor lighting to prolong the outdoor grilling season, there are couple months ahead before it will be too cold for parts of the Northern Hemisphere to cook their food outside.
Whether we are heading slowly towards winter or entering the summer season, this video can only make you want to start warming the coals:
Books have many wonderful features but I believe this one beats them all. It’s probably the most interactive book that I’ve seen and it doesn’t even sing, light up or have moving images. It literally creates an event to remember!
The filmmaking is very nice, but I don’t know if there is anything extraordinary about it. I am going to take a moment to say that I really like the graphics and that the lighting is beautiful. Food is deceptively harder to light when photographing than one would think. What really steals the show is the book and trying to figure out as a viewer how the book is going to provide an essential barbecue tool with the next turn of the page.
This video just proves that books can not only share ideas, but be interactive as well. Who knew that food could interact so well with a volume of pages.