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NIKON CORPORATION
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Grain Fed Wagyu Beef Fillet by DulcetEpicure Grain Fed Wagyu Beef Fillet by DulcetEpicure
This is without a shadow of a doubt my favorite creation, its a 220g Wagyu Beef Fillet served w: Paris Mash, Wild Sauteed Mushrooms and a Veal Marsala Jus.

THIS IS DULCET EPICURE

All dishes you see on *DulcetEpicure are created, cooked, presented and photographed by myself. I believe if you are going to photograph food you should first have an intimate knowledge of each image, I'm all about the journey!

My gratitude for your support...

©2012 Shane Fenton. DulcetEpicureStudios®™
All Rights Reserved
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theresahelmer Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2013  Professional Photographer
Respect on so many levels for this stunning image! Definitely an inspiration for my future projects.
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DulcetEpicure Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2013
The respect is mutual, you have a gallery of culinary sexiness, thank you for the kind comment
oh... and you are very watched!  
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theresahelmer Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2013  Professional Photographer
i am flattered! my culinary skill can never be compared to your professional level, the good news is i am willing to learn from others' work, like yours! thank you so much again!
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DulcetEpicure Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2013
Don't sell yourself short, your images are a celebration of happiness through food.
My dishes might be more technical but we are aiming for the same result, to showcase our love of food!
Always happy to share information when I can, what's the point of life if we cannot share our knowledge! 
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CrowsReign Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2013  Professional Photographer
Your fantastic work is featured here crowsreign.deviantart.com/
Please :+fav: the article so more people can see it!!!
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o0oO-araceli-Oo0o Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2012  Student General Artist
yummy
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DulcetEpicure Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2012
I agree with your assessment!
:)
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StickWithaPsuedonym Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Now I'm hungry.
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Dwarfman0 Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012
I believe this is what the chef's chef Anthony Bourdain refers to as Food Porn. This photograph should be the centerfold of something like Gourmet Traveller or Vogue.

Now my professional opinion.

What you have made is very simple. Like any good product, any moron should - in theory - be able to make this dish on demand at any time or place. However what you have immortalized is a secret that we chefs may have to kill you later in order to keep secret. Presentation. 13 years of experience in the industry tells me that the majority of punters eat with their eyes. That is to say the food is presented before them. The customer gazes upon their food and they either say yay or meh. Your dish sir is well within the yay category.
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DulcetEpicure Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2012
From one chef to another, I thank you kindly for the compliments, I always love being deconstructed and scrutinized by qualified chefs.

...or in this case complimented!

Oh, the photo was in Vogue Entertainment and Travel as part of a review for up and coming Sydney Restaurants back in early 2012.
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