Veslemøy has the utmost respect for every ingredient and sees beauty in cabbage. That’s why she’s grown into the hottest potato in the Norwegian food industry. She usually works with a team of chefs and food stylists, making her audience crave everything from cheesy pizza, raw fish, pasta bolognese, or simply a slice of bread with brown cheese and a glass of milk.
The recipe is simple enough. Equal parts skills and effort, a dash of light, some shapes to bounce it off of, seasoned with years of experience. Funny thing we did right there, likening what Veslemøy does to a food recipe. Thanks, thanks. Don’t forget to tip your waitress. Sorry
It’s easy to get excited about her works. We all know sight is a substantial part of what is perceived as delicious. The same ingredients mixed together can look both astonishingly delicious or quite the opposite when you only have the one sense of sight available to tell the story. An orange has to be orange to be perceived as an orange, right? There’s a right way and a wrong way of shooting it, but what it is? This is where Veslemøy shines. When the food looks like what it tastes, but also puts on a show and makes you want a bite, that’s when she gets all bubbly inside. Give her some Champagne already!