Category: Food Photography
At Moby Dick House of Kabob, we believe that there is something sweet at the end of every meal. This is never more evident than when you take a look at our dessert menu!
There is something for everyone on our newly expanded menu. Recently we introduced the Moby Cookie, a sweet round snack, made with high gluten wheat flour, brown sugar, dried fruits, tahini, vanilla, cinnamon, and cardamom. Three to a package,
Catering this Holiday Season
With the holidays just around the corner, Moby Dick House of Kabob is here to make your life a little easier. We offer catering year-round and deliver right to your door, making your holidays hassle-free. Or if you prefer, you can schedule a contactless and easy curbside pick-up.
You decide what works best for your gathering. Mix and match trays of your Moby favorites like hummus, kaskh-o-bademjan,
Its origin hotly debated by Middle Eastern countries who all want to claim its fame, Falafel is a wildly popular crunchy iconic street-food made from a ground mixture of chickpeas, fava beans, and tahini (sesame seed paste).
Deep-fried, the seasoned veggie patties can be eaten alone, alongside fresh vegetables, a salad, rice, or in a fresh-baked pita wrapped like a sandwich. At Moby Dick House of Kabob, our falafel entrée is served with basmati rice,
The perfect end to every meal is something sweet. Here at Moby Dick House of Kabob, we are always looking for new and refreshing ways to meet guest expectations. Recently, Moby Dick decided to work on a new dessert menu item, the Moby Cookie. Now available at your favorite Moby location, the sweet round snack, is made from a high gluten wheat flour, brown sugar, dried figs, organic pitted dates, dried apricots, tahini paste made from sesame seeds,
Taking photos of just the food itself can make the details look sharper. You can also take pictures of more than one dish or use a colorful background for more variety.
Have you ever wondered why so many Instagram pictures of food look so good? Restaurants often hire photographers for the sole purpose of taking pictures of their food, designed to make your mouth water on the spot. You can also take photos of your food from your mobile device, each looking good enough to be professional. So, let’s dive in to see how to take effective food photos for your Instagram account.