Food Photo Fridays

Food Photo Friday: An Exhibition Called 'Yum'

FotoWeek DC, A weeklong photography celebration, comes to a close in Washington tomorrow. And what better way to celebrate than with food? The sequel to a 2009 exhibition, succinctly titled 'YUM 2,' opened yesterday to showcase local food photographers. Learn more on the show's site.

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    Building a tall sandwich involves some sleight-of-hand — and some hardware. The support system used to construct a 12-inch sandwich weighed almost 4 pounds.
    Nan Griffin/Courtesy of The Art Institute of Washington
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    Barbecue ribs with potato salad, creamed spinach and cole slaw at Jackie's Restaurant in Silver Spring, Maryland for The Washington Post Magazine
    Scott Suchman/Courtesy of The Art Institute of Washington
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    Milk & cheese diptych for Ixia Restaurant
    Renee Comet/Courtesy of The Art Institute of Washington
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    Tortilla ("new way EGG") for celebrity chef Jose Andres with Ridgewells Catering
    Greg Powers/Courtesy of The Art Institute of Washington
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    Seared Diver Caught Scallop, part of Kora Restaurant's 12-item tasting menu
    Kate Bohler/Courtesy of The Art Institute of Washington
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    "Egg and Chives," personal work
    Jennifer Fleet/Courtesy of The Art Institute of Washington
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    Two squash soup for "Healthy Palate: Delicious and Simple Recipes to Enhance Meals with Fruits and Vegetables" by Mary Lynn Farivari
    David Galen/Courtesy of The Art Institute of Washington
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    Ahi Tuna, Wolfgang Puck Fine Dinning Group
    Darko Zagar/Courtesy of The Art Institute of Washington

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