While not a gift you can hold, you can watch my GIFs anytime. If you don't know what I'm taking about, just check out the animations below for an eyeful.
99 Cent Chef in front of Watts Towers
The letters, GIF, stands for Graphics Interchange Format and is a short video, graphic, or photo clips, that play in a loop, that is, it keeps repeating. There is usually no audio and the clips last for a few seconds each. You can read all about a GIF by clicking here.
I use them to show a cooking technique; how a recipe looks as it bakes, fries or boils; the slicing or chopping of an ingredient; and sometimes I make a GIF just for the fun of it.
So keep on scrolling and feast your eyes on my 2016 roundup of GIFs past. And click on any recipe name to see the scrumptious blog post.
Slicing Beef Shank
LocaL - Revolutionary Fast Food - documentary
Chef Roy Choi
Deal of the Day - Whole Grain Pilaf as it microwaves.
Caprese Salad - tomato, mozzarella, basil
Deal of the Day - Larry the Cable Guy's Sausage & Biscuits
Saag Paneer - spinach, cream and cheese