Wednesday, November 9, 2011


BLOG NAME: Spoon Fork Bacon
NAMES: Teri Lyn Fisher & Jenny Park
LOCATION: Los Angeles 

Give a a short bio of yourselves.
Jenny Park is a professional food stylist and recipe developer, and Teri Lyn Fisher is a professional photographer.
How did the blog come about? Was there one of you in particular that loves food or cooking? and how did it all come about?
The blog is something we had discussed a lot together in passing. We would test shoot a lot together to produce images we both wanted in our books, so we thought it would be more fun to share those images and recipes with more people.  Going into professional ventures with your peers can be difficult, but we knew that we could do this together and do it well. We're both strong minded individuals with similar styles who each have our specific roles within the partnership; there are no stepping on toes, no feeling overshadowed by the other, yet we totally respect each other's opinions and strive to make everything a 100% collaborative effort. When we dove into this project we knew that one thing was a must for us: to create a blog with more of a magazine feel through photography, styling, consistent content, and graphic design. 

Blog names are for the most part did you come up with yours?
We threw around a lot of ideas. It was actually something that took quite a while. We knew we wanted something a bit weird, and possibly to do with bacon because we both really love it.

Where does inspiration for your cooking come from?
The inspiration for the food we cook and recipes we create stem from our everyday lives. We're constantly on the search for great food, innovative dishes and fresh produce. Farmers market finds are a huge for us and something that is integrated into our daily lives. We like trying to think out of the box, whether they end up successes or fails, and don't like limiting ourselves to only one genre of cooking.

A dish you think everyone should know how to make?
Risotto. It's just such a versatile and comforting dish that is much easier to make than some may think.

Fall has basically just arrived, what should we make to warm up the house?
Anything with pumpkin....and cinnamon. It just seems like the right thing to do.
Three blogs you follow religiously?
Hungry Ghost:

What does the word VOLUME mean to you? How would you describe it in your own words?
Loads of good food. Eating all of it. Never Dieting!