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Tami's career began over a decade ago after her job in fashion styling collided with her passion for food - after being on set with a food stylist, she realized her true calling and never looked back.
Tami Hardeman is a food stylist, recipe developer and cookbook author. Her career began over a decade ago after her job in fashion styling collided with her passion for food - after being on set with a food stylist, she realized her true calling and never looked back. Her food styling work can be seen in cookbooks, magazines and commercial work - both nationally and internationally. Her first cookbook, Pulse Revolution, debuted in March 2017. She lives in Madison, GA with her husband Mike and their small gaggle of animals.
Oxmoor House Publishing
IN THE PRESS:
2017 Kitchn: "In the Kitchen with Cookbook Author Tami Hardeman of Running with Tweezers"
2012 Common Creativ ATL: "Q & A | FOOD BLOGGER AND STYLIST TAMI HARDEMAN"
If you wish to learn more about Tami Hardeman, visit tamihardeman.com or follow her blog, runningwithtweezers.com.
Pepper as a flavor in beer can be a tricky component. Too much, and you have a beer that will only go with habanero wings. However, with the right pepper at the right ratio, a beer that complements food is born. Monday Night Serrano Eye Patch Ale began as an experiment by using a lighter malt than what was used to brew their regular Eye Patch Ale. Upon trying the beer, the feeling in the brewery was it needed something else. That something turned out to be serrano peppers. Think of this beer as adding a dash of pepper to these vegetarian tacos which will directly enhance the hot sauce in the dish.
Sangiovese, Chianti, Italy
An old favorite is always a good idea for tacos—Chianti Classico Riserva hits the spot for me. Sangiovese is a dusty, earth grape of medium body that has tons of complexity without being overwhelming. Look for green herbs, bright tart cherry fruit, well-integrated tannins and a medium length finish. The earthy black-eyed peas and collards will match the dusty complexity of the wine perfectly.