My previous post on this subject generated considerable interest (defined as more than 1 comment).
I observed that a cleaning product had done a particularly good job on my oven door, which generated some enquiries (note valid use of plural) as to whether there was a photographic record of this event – perhaps on a before / during / after basis.
I can confirm no ‘before’ or ‘during’ pictures, but we do now have some for ‘after’.
I’m posting them less to illustrate the cleaning powers of said product, and more for artistic reasons. It turns out that photographing an oven door produces some interesting effects. This is partly because:
- I placed a (Jamie Oliver) cookbook inside.
- The camera interprets Jamie Oliver’s picture as a portrait.
- There’s quite a bit of reflection in the door.
- The camera picks up some of the patterning built into the glass.
To note: me, Mr Oliver, breakfast bar, stools
To note: radiator, briefcase, camera, flowers
Key message: ‘anyone can learn to cook in 24 hours’
To note: Suki’s box/bed
Neff ovens are recommended as per shameless product placement