Photo of Evi Abeler
Photo of Evi Abeler

Evi Abeler

Evi Abeler is a New York City-based photographer and table-top director focusing on food & drink, still life, and lifestyle images. Evi's work showcases passion and flavor in every project. Her images focus on the natural beauty of food and objects, highlighting their inherent colors, textures, and craftsmanship.

Expertise: Food and Drink Photography, Still Life Photography Lifestyle Photography

Experience: Growing up in rural Germany, Evi Abeler lived a farm-to-table experience. Her grandmother would wash muddy carrots, pluck feathers from freshly slaughtered chickens, and cook the game that her grandfather, an avid hunter, brought home. The rich smells from the stove are still a lovely memory for Evi. The gift of a camera at an early age sparked a new passion, which she explored further in high school, and which eventually brought her to New York City to earn a master's degree in fine art photography. Evi opened her own photography studio in 2010.

Evi has worked with About.com, BakeSpaceTV, Brooklyn Foodworks, Food+Enterprise Conference, Freelancers' Union, Foodstand, Harlem Garage, Hot Bread Kitchen, In Good Company, Photoville, and more.
Pumpkin Spice Latte
Rating: Unrated
1
If you are a pumpkin spice latte lover, you can have it without leaving your home. Slideshow:  More Pumpkin Recipes 
Advertisement
Dark Chocolate Fondue
Rating: Unrated
1
Chocolate fondue does not have to wait until dessert. You can start your day with a decadent chocolate fondue breakfast. Dip a chunk of artisanal bread for an instant pain au chocolat. Slideshow:  More Fast Chocolate Desserts 
Homemade Hot Chocolate
Rating: Unrated
New!
Homemade hot chocolate takes a little more effort than ripping open a bag of instant mix, but—oh boy—does it taste great! Slideshow:  More Hot Chocolate Recipes 
Mexican Hot Chocolate Mix
Rating: Unrated
New!
Spice up the winter season with a simple Mexican hot chocolate. You can make this mix in advance and whip together a hot beverage in no time. Slideshow:  More Warming Drinks 
Nian Gao
Rating: Unrated
2
The traditional Chinese New Year's cake Nian Gao is usually steamed, but we worked out this baked version for the American cook. It's said that each piece you eat will improve your luck in the upcoming year. Slideshow:  More Chinese Recipes 
Tapioca Pearls
Rating: Unrated
New!
Tapioca pearls are used in teas, pudding and baking. Did you know that you can make them in your favorite color? Simply add food coloring into the mix. Slideshow:  Pudding Recipes 
Chicken Marsala
Rating: Unrated
New!
Chicken Marsala is a traditional Italian-American dish prepared with chicken cutlets, mushrooms and Marsala wine. You can easily pair it with mashed potatoes, rice or polenta to soak up the delicious sauce. Slideshow:  More Italian Recipes 
Advertisement
Taro Bubble Tea
Rating: Unrated
1
Taro root gives this bubble tea its purple color. Add tapioca pearls and make your very own bubble tea. Slideshow:  More Nonalcoholic Drinks 
Veal Marsala
Rating: Unrated
2
Marsala is the sweet wine used in the classic marsala sauce. You can use it with chicken, pork, or as we do in this recipe, veal. This recipe pairs nicely with mashed potatoes, rice or polenta to soak up the delicious sauce. Slideshow:  More Italian-American Classics 
Chicken Marsala
Rating: Unrated
New!
Chicken Marsala is a traditional Italian-American dish prepared with chicken cutlets, mushrooms and Marsala wine. You can easily pair it with mashed potatoes, rice or polenta to soak up the delicious sauce. Slideshow:  More Italian Recipes 
Taro Bubble Tea
Rating: Unrated
1
Taro root gives this bubble tea its purple color. Add tapioca pearls and make your very own bubble tea. Slideshow:  More Nonalcoholic Drinks 
Veal Marsala
Rating: Unrated
2
Marsala is the sweet wine used in the classic marsala sauce. You can use it with chicken, pork, or as we do in this recipe, veal. This recipe pairs nicely with mashed potatoes, rice or polenta to soak up the delicious sauce. Slideshow:  More Italian-American Classics 
Yusheng
Rating: Unrated
New!
Yusheng is a traditional raw fish salad served in Malaysia and Singapore. It is a communal ceremonial New Years dish. The ingredients are placed individually on a serving platter, the salad is dressed and then all the guests toss the salad up in the air with chopsticks. The higher the toss, the more prosperity in the New Year. Slideshow:  More Asian Recipes