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Pepperoni Pan Pizza {Perth Food Photography}

I’ve been enjoying my last holiday as a student by relaxing, doing fun photoshoots and introducing a new member to the household; my kitten, Jaska. I like to joke that I wanted a kitten name that sounded like IKEA furniture, but really it means “quiet” in an ancient Nordic language, as he was sleeping so quietly and looking very peaceful when I met him for the first time. Life’s been a bit of a blur since I got Jaska, I seem to always be playing with him, training him, cuddling him, grooming or cleaning up after him. It’s my first cat and I am very excited :)

Anyway, I managed to squeeze in this month’s challenge between all the crazy cat lady stuff, so here it is:

Pan Pepperoni Pizza {Perth Food Photography}

The challenge was to use a cast iron pan. There’s not a huge range at the shops in Perth (or perhaps I was not looking in the right places) but I managed to source a little Le Creuset skillet at the last minute in a lovely bright red colour. I look forward to experimenting more with cast iron, I have never cooked with it before but it is handy that I can put it in the oven from the stove, and it will work with an induction cooktop too! We currently have an electric stove (no gas here) and are hoping to upgrade to induction at some point in the future.

Pan Pepperoni Pizza {Perth Food Photography}

I used this recipe for Foolproof Pan Pizza, which looks delicious, however, clearly I am quite the fool as this pizza was a bit of a flop taste-wise! I would like to try it again with different cheese – I ended up using a kind of provolone cheese that was far too salty for my taste because I couldn’t find dry mozarella until 2 days after I shot this. Also, in my opinion, there was a bit too much oil in the recipe, so I’d like to reduce that and try again. I’m happy with the look of it though ;)

I leaned over to Tom and asked him how my photos look. He said “Looks good! Much better than it tasted!” Hahaha – I agree!

Pan Pepperoni Pizza {Perth Food Photography}

Let me know if you try the recipe and have any more luck than I did or have tips on making pan pizza, clearly I could use some help :)

Be sure you go, please visit Jennifer Olson | California Food Photographer | Pretty-Eats.com, who is next in our blog circle. She produces absolutely beautiful work and shoots for Edible San Luis Obispo Magazine!

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  • December 30, 2013 - 11:54 pm

    Jennifer Olson | Pretty Eats - That looks gorgeous!! Never tried pizza this way before. Lol I love that you shared that the recipe needs some tweaking, I’ve been there too where the food looks pretty but doesn’t taste as good as it looks! Wonderful images!! And congrats on Jaska, love that name.

  • December 31, 2013 - 12:07 am

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  • December 31, 2013 - 12:42 am

    Allison Jacobs - Love that red handled pan! The pizza does look like it should taste delicious so I am sorry that it didn’t! I just had that happen a few days ago with a homemade ice cream recipe… :(

  • December 31, 2013 - 3:39 am

    Stacey - AWESOME Sab!! I used my big white Le Creuset in the first recipe I tested and I thought it was a fail (although my ex said it was really good). Love the great shots – the red checkered cloth is perfect as well! Just sorry it didn’t taste as good as it looks. Happy New Year!! :)

  • December 31, 2013 - 7:18 am

    Tammy Bilodeau - Oh Don’t you hate when things don’t work out the way you expect :(
    If it’s any consolation, it looks delicious. And your use of the red napkin is a great addition to your set up. Great job

  • January 1, 2014 - 12:01 pm

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  • January 27, 2014 - 10:46 pm

    Bryt - As always, love your food photos. And I love seeing all the pix of Jaska on Facebook. There are never enough cute cat photos!

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