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This summer I have been so lucky with my photo projects. They have been some of my most rewarding collaborations yet. I just updated my photo portfolio to share some of these new projects. Have a look! And I wanted to share some of that work on this site as well. The first two images […]


  • Sara - Excellent work!!! What fun to see, and looking forward to reading about your next adventures, whatever they may be!!!


  • Peggy Gilbey McMackin - So many beautiful photos. So inspiring. I could enjoy walking through a gallery capturing in more of your talented and amazing work. Really.ReplyCancel

  • Sarah | Well and Full - Your photos are always so stunning!ReplyCancel

  • Joe Malone - K – I am soooo PROUD ! Of you ! Of your work ! Of your success ! Even tho I contributed nada ! Yes, I am also proud to be your friend ! I wish there was an “easy” way to share you with my readers and convince them to take the time to pause over every shot ! I know I gave you a “shout out” when your book was released but perhaps it’s time to have another go at it. Maybe on my way back to CA.

    Finally, I’m so pleased with that which you and Steph achieved with your Mom this year. Good Job ! Keep up the good work.ReplyCancel

  • dixya | food, pleasure, and health - what an exciting collaborations :) your photos are always so lifelike and great.ReplyCancel

  • Christine - What an incredible trajectory you’ve had. And all so deserved! We missed you at the Good Food Awards this year! Hope you can join us next year. :)ReplyCancel

  • Kasey - Really beautiful work, Kimberley!ReplyCancel

  • Rakhee@boxofspice - Your work is gorgeous Kimberly!ReplyCancel

  • Sophie | The Green Life - Your photos are truly beautiful!!! Amazing work! Very inspiring. Thank you. <3ReplyCancel

  • low carb desserts - Such beautiful work Kimberly! Pinned :)ReplyCancel

  • Nicolas - I really like how u decorate ur amazing food. Please contact me on whatt up number +250728690455. I wanna ur advice.ReplyCancel

  • dxfiuyasduyfi - I love love love your style of writing! Keep it up! ReplyCancel

  • Angela - Your photos are truly amazing. Honestly, I’m unsure where to pin – in “cooking” or in “photography”ReplyCancel

When Arrowood invited me to host a Sunday dinner in the rolling hills of their Glen Ellen vineyard in Sonoma county, it was an easy yes. Bring a bunch of friends along to hang out on a Sunday afternoon, to cook together and to learn about their wines? Of course. This is what the dreamiest […]


  • Stacy - What a beautiful day and a delicious-looking spread! I so wish I could have made it. Sounds like you met that pairing challenge quite successfully. It’s morning, but I could definitely eat a grilled pizza with figs right now.ReplyCancel

    • Kimberley - I wish you could have made it too! I would definitely eat grilled pizza for breakfast.ReplyCancel

  • Elaine @Flavour and Savour - I’m running to my grill! Your post is full of useful explicit instructions for what could be a tricky meal. Thanks so much!ReplyCancel

  • Anna - loove this!!! those pizzas look amazing :D

  • Alanna - Awwww, thanks for the gf crust shout-out Kimberley!! I thought I recognized Emma in there. This looks like such a spectacularly delicious day. That fig pizza is seriously calling to me.ReplyCancel

  • Sarah | Well and Full - Everything about this looks divine! Few things better than a chilled glass of wine on a hot summer’s day :)ReplyCancel

  • Brian @ A Thought For Food - What a feast!!! I’m a little jealous of your dinner guests. Ok… very jealous. Pizza and Cab… doesn’t get much better than that!ReplyCancel

  • Hailey~FurnishMyWay - Wine pairing is not my forte either, but the comparison of vegetable to song was easily translated when you spoke of it. Grilled pizza?! I have to give this a go, not sure how successful I’ll be, but it looks divine. Thanks for sharing!ReplyCancel

  • Sara - Oh, God bless America! I need to make friends with you. Grilled pizza & wine in this beautiful scene sound like a little slice of heaven!ReplyCancel

  • Cristina - What a simple yet elegant meal…I often think that the best and most successful entertaining happens when the food is accessible and easy to prepare. Pizza is great that way…and your choice of ingredients is fabulous. There is really something for everyone. I am not familiar with the wine pairings that you suggest, but will definitely try them as soon as I have an opportunity (or an excuse, right?)Thank you for the photographs, they capture the easy and friendly atmosphere perfectly..ReplyCancel

  • Samantha - Hi Caroline,

    I stumbled across your photography and blog the other day, and fell in love with the way you capture San Francisco life! It seems like you truly enjoy showcasing the best of San Francisco culture, and so, I thought you might be interested in attending a complimentary beer tasting dinner at the upstairs at Central Kitchen on Wednesday, September 9.

    The guided dinner, created exclusively by executive chef and owner, Thomas McNaughton, highlights a variety of beers and ciders from the MillerCoors portfolio, including several limited edition brews. Beyond enjoying a delicious menu, a MillerCoors beer expert will be on hand to share little-known facts from the brewers’ storied history and portfolio of products throughout the night. All in all, it will be a fun, laid-back evening and I hope you can join! There will certainly be some wonderful photo opps!

    Please reserve your spot by RSVP-ing to me by Tuesday, September 1. Happy to answer any questions that you may have about the evening. Also, please let me know of any dietary restrictions we should inform the kitchen of.
    Samantha, 312-377-4132ReplyCancel

  • Becky Chaffee - This so refreshing to find. I was looking for a new food blog to spend some time on, and the first one I found had a Gnocci recipe starting with purchased gnocci! Arg!! Can’t wait to make you pizza for the Labor Day weekend. Thanks.ReplyCancel

  • Sam - My investment advisor suggested me to invest in Biteclub. Though I’m self capable but I used leverage to invest, it looks good on paper, and normally I wouldn’t lose money because the rates of the return on the investments that were shown to me were way higher than the cost of borrowing. However the Biteclub’s portfolio dropped by 10% and the leverage has doubled my loss to 20%.

    Thus my investment of Rs. 10 Lacs is now only worth Rs. 8 Lacs. The banks called the loan and I had to sell my investment and pay the balance from my personal accounts. I have suffered huge losses with Biteclub Review :

    On the evening of 13 Aug, I ordered two portions of garlic bread and veg. lasagna from Biteclub to celebrate my husband’s promotion, but they delivered us meat lasagna. Could you believe this? They have a website and all hankies-pankies but can’t make a straight order. I would never order from Biteclub again, it ruined my evening.ReplyCancel

  • thefolia - My invitation must have been lost in the mail. Ha, ha, seriously though, I’m grilling us some pizza tonight and a lovely bottle of Chardonnay to hit the spot. Happy Nesting!ReplyCancel

  • Jess - Those pizzas look amazing and you guys gathered quite a crowd here. Everything looks delicious!ReplyCancel

Hello! I am so excited to announce the dreamiest summer workshop in the hills of Petaluma on Saturday, July 25th. We’ll spend the afternoon exploring my approach to visual storytelling by diving into color, composition, natural light, and the bounty of summer on location at the gorgeous Bloomfield Farms in Petaluma. Following the workshop we’ll […]


  • Little Box Brownie - Just came across your blog and I’m so glad I did. Its a masterpiece. All the Best Sophia xReplyCancel

  • Anna Shuk - This is exciting. I wish I could be there..but no.=( I’ll wait for the result, tho.=)

    Gorgeous photos, btw. I want those berries.(*.*)ReplyCancel

  • Liz & Nat - would have loved to have joined this! Incredible work :) xReplyCancel