This avocado cream is the perfect recipe for your breakfast because is so simple to make. It has a light consistency that you can pair with cheese, radishes and mix of your favorite seeds to sprinkle on top. It’s quick to make and keeps you full till lunch. I always love to make out of breakfast a thoughtful ritual with good, simple ingredients to enjoy each morning. And so this expression of simple pleasure of life couldn’t be better paired than with my recent tableware collection I created for my artistic acts.
Since discovering sculpture at SCAD I’ve been experimenting with getting my hands dirty and building my own small sculptures. I’m always interested in exploring other disciplines, and sculpture has opened my eyes and mind a lot with its practice, much more different than photography’s. And so, in the past months I’ve been working on a small handmade collection of organic tableware to use in my photographs. As a photographer I’ve always stumbled upon beautiful props to use in my photography, however not always they have represented exactly what I’ve looked for. By bringing my ideas to life through objects created by myself, I gained a better appreciation and involvement in the creative act and been able to fully capture the mood I was envisioning for a certain story. Thus, this tableware collection inspired by raw materials has an innate, real beauty with a tactile focus. These are now my obsession and simple props to laid out in any photograph, and you can spot them also here! Happy summer!
1. Using a fork or the food processor, mix avocado, yogurt, lemon juice, oil, and salt until mixture is very smooth, light, and thick.
2. Transfer avocado cream to a small bowl and serve on country-style bread topped with feta cheese and chia seeds.