Terms & Conditions

These Terms & Conditions constitute a valid and binding legal agreement between Eric Priddy Photography (“Photographer”) and Client (as defined in the Estimate, Work Order, and/or Invoice provided to Client). By accepting the Estimate, Work Order, and/or Invoice or any services rendered by Photographer, Client agrees to be bound by these Terms & Conditions, which may be revised by Photographer at its sole discretion. In the event of a conflict, the terms of any applicable Estimate, Work Order, or Invoice agreed to in writing by Photographer shall control over these Terms & Conditions. These Terms & Conditions may change without notice. It is the Client’s sole responsibility to check this website from time to time to view any such changes. Client’s use of Photographer’s services after any modifications to the Terms & Conditions will indicate that Client accepts and agrees to the modifications. No amendment or modification of these Terms & Conditions (except as set forth in this paragraph) shall be valid or binding unless expressly approved by the Photographer in writing.

(1) Definitions

Definitions of terms used in these Terms & Conditions and any accompanying Estimate, Work Order, and/or Invoice may be found on the website for Eric Priddy Photography at https://www.ericpriddy.com/terms-conditions. These definitions, including any subsequent revisions by Photographer at its sole discretion, are incorporated herein by reference.

Image(s) means all visual representations, moving or still, created and/or produced for and/or furnished to Client by Photographer, regardless of Client’s ultimate use thereof, whether captured, delivered, or stored in photographic, magnetic, optical, electronic, or any other media. All Image(s) produced for a given project, as defined by the applicable Work Order, may also be referred to as “Body of Works.”

Publicity use means when the Client submits an Image to an outside publication (whether print or electronic) for editorial use, and the Client (or their client) does not pay or provide other compensation for that use.

Advertising use means when the Client (or their client) pays or provides other compensation for the placement of an Image in whatever media it appears, such as a newspaper, magazine, billboard, or website.

Collateral use means the appearance of the Image in a publication produced by the Client, such as a magazine, annual report, brochure, pamphlet, or poster.

Time Period or Length of Time means the length of time an Image may be used pursuant to a validly granted license (e.g., one year, two years, one time, etc.).

Rights and/or Quantity means the limitations on licensed usage of the Image within the Time Period or Length of Time. All rights are considered Limited pursuant to these Terms & Conditions unless expressly set forth otherwise in the terms of the applicable Work Order.

Limited: Image use is limited to a specific number of times, such as “2 insertions” or “run of 5,000” within the licensed Time Period.

Unlimited: Image use is for an unlimited (unspecified) number of times within the licensed Time Period. Client remains bound by the license grant from Photographer, and Unlimited does not allow a transfer or assignment of copyright or the ability to sublicense, and Unlimited does not mean the same as “unlimited time.” Client only is granted the right to use the image, not to resell it or allow a third party to use it.

Total Buyout: Client has purchased all ownership rights, including all copyright rights, to the Image.

Exclusivity means the Photographer’s ability to sell and/or use the Image(s) during the licensed Time Period or thereafter. Usage of the Image(s) is considered Non-Exclusive unless expressly set forth in the applicable Work Order.

Exclusive: The Image (and related data and outtakes, if specified) cannot be sold or licensed to any other party during the licensed Time Period.

Exclusive to Industry: The Image (and related data and outtakes, if specified) cannot be sold or licensed to any other party within the specified industry (Liquor, Banking, etc.)

Non-Exclusive: The Image (and related data and outtakes, if specified) can be sold or licensed to any other party without limitation at any time.

Media means the format in which the Image(s) are intended to be seen pursuant to the licensed Usage. The term Media refers to all forms of media identified below unless otherwise specified in the applicable Work Order.

Print: Includes Image(s) printed onto paper or other tangible formats, including newspaper, magazine, collateral, POS, and direct mail.

Direct Mail: Print Image(s) that are mailed to people and/or entities.

Point-of-Sale (POS) or POP (Point-of-Purchase): Image(s) intended to be seen where a product or service is sold, including banners, signage, counter cards, displays, in-store posters, table tents, and hang tags.

Out-of-Home (OOH) or Outdoor: Image(s) intended to be seen in an outside environment, including outdoor boards, bus sides, trans stops, rail cards, and GO cards.

Trade Show: Image(s) intended to be seen at trade show booths or materials used in a trade show.

Digital: Includes any form of electronic or digital media, including media for Internet usage and excluding Print media as defined above.

(2) Procedure

(a) Unless otherwise specified in an applicable Work Order, the terms of which shall control, Photographer may deliver, and Client agrees to accept, Image(s) encoded in an industry-standard data format that Photographer may select, at a resolution that Photographer determines will be suitable to the subject matter of each Image and the reproduction technology and uses for which the Image is licensed.

(b) Client is responsible for verifying that the digital data of the Image (including color profile graphics, accuracy of text, if provided) is suitable for image reproduction of the expected quality and color accuracy and that all necessary steps are taken to ensure correct reproduction. If the data is not deemed suitable, Photographer’s sole obligation will be to replace or repair the data, but in no event will Photographer be liable for poor reproduction quality, delays, incorrect data or graphics used in image composites, or consequential damages. Unless otherwise specifically provided elsewhere in this document or applicable Work Order, Photographer has no obligation to retain or archive any Image(s) after they have been delivered to Client.

(c) The Client is responsible for the presence of an authorized representative at all photo shoots to approve the Photographer’s interpretation of the assignment. If a Client representative is not present, the Photographer’s interpretation shall be deemed acceptable. Client is responsible for having an authorized representative review the Image(s) as produced, either remotely or in-person, as necessary during the assignment. Shoot processing for client review, select Image(s) processed for reproduction, and retouched files will be delivered in a timely fashion within a mutually agreed-upon schedule. If Client elects not to review during the assignment, Client is obligated to accept Photographer’s judgment as to the acceptability of the Image(s).

(3) Estimates

Estimates are valid for 14 days from the date of issue. Fees and expenses quoted by the Photographer in an Estimate are solely for the original job description and layouts only and for the usage specified as presented by the Client and are not binding until formalized in a Work Order, Purchase Order, or orally or written, signed/accepted Estimate by both Photographer and Client. Any subsequent changes, whether made orally or in writing, may result in additional charges. All expenses are estimated in good faith. Actual expenses, including without limitation travel expenses, which may be greater or less than those set forth in the Estimate, will be invoiced and/or set forth in the applicable Work Order, and Client is responsible for payment of all actual expenses as invoiced. Client does not have the right to prior approval of travel expenses unless Photographer expressly agrees in writing, and lack of prior approval is not a sufficient basis to withhold payment. Sales tax may not be included in the estimate. Any applicable sales tax will be added at the time of invoice. Client is responsible for all applicable fees and expenses set forth in Paragraph 10 in the event of cancellation. All rights not specifically granted in writing, including copyright, remain the exclusive property of Photographer.

(4) Payment

(a) A deposit paid to Photographer may be required to guarantee the desired date and services. A purchase order or signed/accepted estimate is required to guarantee the required dates and resources. Projects requiring a crew and/or rentals, props, travel, etc., and a deposit of up to 50% of the total is due within 7 days of accepting the estimate. Payment towards the rest of the package will be required within 14 days of the delivery. Photographer may modify payment schedule on a case-by-case basis. It is understood that even with the signing of a contract and/or verbal agreement, no day is reserved/guaranteed without a monetary deposit. Cash, online payment (Apple Pay, Square Venmo) are accepted forms of payment. For established and approved clients, checks are accepted. Checks should be made payable to Eric Priddy Photography. Returned checks are subject to a $50 charge. Failure to make any payment in a timely manner immediately voids any license granted to Client and continued use of any unlicensed Image constitutes copyright infringement. All rights not specifically granted in writing, including copyright, remain the exclusive property of Photographer.

(b) Client acknowledges and agrees that any required deposit required will be paid to Photographer to initiate production.

(5) Intellectual Property/Copyright

(a) The Image(s), including all related data and Media in which the Image(s) are stored, and all intellectual property rights, including all copyright that may exist, are the sole and exclusive property of Photographer. All rights not expressly granted are reserved by Photographer. Modification of Image(s) and/or incorporation of Image(s) in any layout, concept or media shall not constitute a joint work, and Client agrees to transfer and assign any rights thereto to Photographer.

(b) Unless otherwise specifically provided in the applicable Work Order, no Image licensed for use on a cover of a publication may be used for other promotional or advertising purposes without the express permission of Photographer and the payment of additional fees. No license is granted unless and until Photographer has received payment in full pursuant to the applicable Work Order and/or Invoice. Photographer reserves the right to immediately revoke and declare void any and all license rights in the event of non-payment of any amounts invoiced more than thirty (30) days after the date of the invoice, in addition to any other legal remedies Photographer may have, which it expressly reserves.

(c) If Client wishes to make any additional uses of Image(s) in a manner not covered in the license set forth in Section 5(b) above, Client shall obtain permission from the Photographer and pay an additional fee to be agreed upon. The parties agree that any usage of any Image contrary to the license grant set forth in Section 5(b) above without the prior written permission of Photographer will be invoiced at three times Photographer’s customary fee for such usage, without waiver of any other legal rights the Photographer may have, which Photographer expressly reserves.

(e) Unless otherwise specifically provided in the applicable Work Order or in Section 5(b) above, usage rights are limited to digital media, and no printed usages of any kind are permitted. This prohibition includes any rights or privileges that may be claimed under §201(c) of the Copyright Act of 1976 or any similar provision of any applicable law. Digital files may contain copyright and other information embedded in the header of the image file or elsewhere; removing and/or altering such information is strictly prohibited and constitutes a violation of the Copyright Act.

(f) All fees and expenses agreed to in the applicable Work Order are required irrespective of whether Client makes actual use of the Image(s) or its license to use them.

(6) Photo Credit

Unless otherwise specified on the applicable Work Order, all published usages of Image(s) will be accompanied by written credit to Photographer or copyright notice identifying Photographer as the copyright holder. If a credit is required but not included with any published Image, Client agrees to pay Photographer liquidated damages in the amount of three times the invoiced fee for the production of the Image as reasonable compensation to Photographer for the lost value of the credit line.

Acceptable credits include but are not limited to:

Photo by Eric Priddy

Photo by Eric Priddy 


© Eric Priddy

(7) Alterations

Client agrees that it will not make or permit any alterations, including but not limited to additions, subtractions, or adaptations (photoshopping) in respect of the Images, alone or with any other material, including making digital scans, unless specifically permitted in writing by Photographer, with the exception of cropping and non-substantive alterations of contrast, brightness, and color balance, consistent with reproduction needs to be discussed in advance with Photographer.

(8) Overtime and Reshoots

(a) In the event a photo shoot extends beyond eight (10) consecutive hours, Client agrees that Photographer may charge Client for such excess time of assistants and freelance staff at the rate of 1.5 times their usual hourly rates.

(b) Client agrees that it will be charged 100 percent of all fees and expenses assignment (including all subcontractor fees and expenses) in the event of any reshoot requested by Client. For any reshoot required because of any reason outside the control of Client, specifically including but not limited to acts of God, nature, war, terrorism, civil disturbance, or the fault of a third party, Photographer will charge no additional fee, but Client agrees that Client will pay all expenses. If Photographer charges for special contingency insurance and is paid in full for the shoot, Client will not be charged for any expenses covered by insurance. A list of exclusions from such insurance will be provided on request.

(9) Assignment Cancellations and Postponements

(a) In the event of cancellation by Client, Client is responsible for payment of all expenses incurred by Photographer (including all subcontractor fees and expenses) prior to the time of cancellation of the assignment.

Job cancellation within 72 hours = 25% of Photographer fees and expenses incurred.

Job cancellation within 48 hours = 50% of Photographer fees and expenses incurred.

Job cancellation within 24 hours = 100% of Photographer fees and expenses incurred.

(b) In the event of postponement by Client, unless otherwise agreed in writing, Client will be charged a $350 fee if postponement of the assignment occurs after Photographer has departed for the location of the photoshoot, and a $250 fee if postponement occurs within 24 hours of departure to location.

(c) Fees for cancellations and postponements will apply irrespective of the reasons, specifically including but not limited to weather conditions, illness, acts of God, nature, war, terrorism, civil disturbance, and the fault of a third party. If a photoshoot is postponed for any of the mentioned above, in addition to any payment made by Client to Photographer prior to the postponement, Client will also be responsible for the fees mentioned above, unless otherwise agreed in writing. Photographer reserves the right to modify fees on a case-by-case basis.

(10) Termination

(a) Photographer shall have the right to terminate its contractual relationship with Client, as set forth in the applicable Contract(s) and/or Invoice(s), in its sole discretion upon providing fourteen (14) days’ written notice to Client. In the event of termination by Photographer pursuant to this Section 11(a), Photographer shall be entitled to collect and/or retain all fees and expenses invoiced for services previously rendered as of the date of termination.

(b) Photographer shall have the right to immediately terminate its contractual relationship with Client, as set forth in the applicable Contract(s) and/or Invoice(s), upon written notice in the event that Client commits a material breach of its obligations set forth in these Terms & Conditions or any applicable Contract(s) and/or Invoice(s), including without limitation, failure to pay any amounts the day of shooting, in addition to any other legal remedies Photographer may have, including legal action for copyright infringement, which it expressly reserves. In the event of termination due to material breach by Client pursuant to this Section 11(b), Photographer shall be entitled to collect and/or retain all fees and expenses invoiced or incurred, whichever is greater, as of the date of termination.

(c) In the event of termination pursuant to Sections 11(a) and (b) hereof, all license rights granted to Client shall terminate as of the date of termination. All print copies of the Images shall be returned, and all digital files created by or on behalf of Client containing any Images shall be delivered to Photographer, deleted or certified as destroyed by no later than the termination date, unless otherwise agreed to in writing by Photographer. Termination or expiration of the contractual relationship between Photographer and Client shall not terminate the rights set forth in Sections 5, 6, and 12-16 hereof, which shall survive.

(11) Indemnification

(a) Client and its successors and assigns will indemnify, defend and hold Photographer and its heirs, successors and assigns harmless against any and all claims, liability, damages, costs, and expenses, including reasonable legal fees and expenses, arising out of or related to the creation, production, or any use of any Image(s), including without limitation those arising from the use of any property or models in such creation or production, regardless of Client’s election to ultimately use the Image(s), any materials furnished by Client, or Client’s use of the Image(s) or any other work of Photographer. Client agrees and acknowledges that Photographer does not represent that a model or property release exists for all model(s) or property contained or used in the production of any Image, and it is Client’s sole responsibility to obtain the necessary permissions and/or releases for use of the image, voice, character, description, or likeness of any and all models or property contained, used in, or relating to the Image(s). Client further agrees and acknowledges that it is Client’s sole responsibility to determine what model or property releases are required and whether any model or property releases delivered by Photographer are suitable for Client’s purposes.

(b) Photographer will indemnify, defense and hold Client harmless against any and all claims, liability, damages, costs, and expenses, including reasonable legal fees and expenses, arising out of or related to Photographer’s negligence. Photographer’s liability for all claims, including claims raised by Client or any third party pursuant to this Section 12(b), shall not exceed in any event the total amount paid to Photographer by Client and under no circumstances shall Photographer be held liable for any indirect or consequential damages.

(12) Assumption of Risk

Client assumes full risk of loss or damage to or arising from materials furnished by Client and warrants that said materials are adequately insured against such loss, damage, or liability. 

Except as expressly agreed to in writing, Photographer expressly disclaims and makes no warranties about its services or products and expressly disclaims any implied warranty that its services and products:

• are merchantable; 

• are fit for a particular purpose or need; 

• are non-infringing; 

• contain accurate, genuine, complete, up-to-date, or reliable information;

• provide quality, error-free, or anything other than “as is” results and services; or

• will include communications sent to you that are free from viruses or other harmful elements.

(13) Transfer and Assignment

(a) Client acknowledges these Terms & Conditions constitute a valid and binding legal agreement for which consideration has been provided, and it may not assign or transfer this agreement or any rights granted under it. This agreement binds Client and inures to the benefit of Photographer, as well as their respective principals, employees, agents, affiliates, heirs, legal representatives, successors, and assigns. Client and its principals, employees, agents, and affiliates are jointly and severally liable for the performance of all payments and other obligations hereunder.

(b) No amendment or waiver of any terms is binding unless set forth in writing and signed by the parties. However, invoice(s) may reflect, and Client is bound by, Client’s oral authorizations for additional Image(s), fees and expenses that could not be confirmed in writing because of insufficient time or other practical considerations. This agreement incorporates by reference the Copyright Act of 1976, as amended. It also incorporates by reference those provisions of Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code that do not conflict with any specific provisions of this agreement; to the extent that any provision of this agreement may be in direct, indirect, or partial conflict with any provision of the Uniform Commercial Code, the terms of this agreement shall prevail. To the maximum extent permitted by law, the parties intend that this agreement shall not be governed by or subject to the UCITA of any state.

(c) Photographer is an independent contractor and not an employee of Client. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if any court or tribunal of competent jurisdiction determines that Photographer is deemed under any law to be an employee of Client, and if the Image(s) are therefore considered works made for hire under the U.S. Copyright Act, Client hereby agrees to transfer and assign the copyright to all such Images to Photographer. Client agrees to execute any documents reasonably requested by Photographer to accomplish, expedite or implement such assignment.

(14) Disputes

Any dispute arising between Client and Photographer shall, at Photographer’s sole discretion, either: (a) be arbitrated in Fort Worth, TX under rules of the American Arbitration Association and the laws of TX; provided, however, that irrespective of any specific provision in the rules of the American Arbitration Association, the parties are not required to use the services of arbitrators participating in the American Arbitration Association or to pay the arbitrators in accordance with the fee schedules specified in those rules. Judgment on the arbitration award may be entered in any court having jurisdiction. Any dispute involving $900 or less may be submitted without arbitration to any court having jurisdiction thereof located in Fort Worth, Texas; OR (b) be adjudicated in any state or federal court sitting in Fort Worth, Texas under the laws of the United States and/or of the State of Texas and Client expressly submits to the personal jurisdiction of such court. Client hereby expressly consents to the jurisdiction of the federal courts with respect to claims by Photographer under the Copyright Act of 1976, as amended, including subsidiary and related claims. In the event of a dispute, Client shall pay all court costs, Photographer’s reasonable legal fees and expenses, and legal interest on any award or judgment in favor of Photographer.

(15) Miscellaneous

(a) The section headings used herein are for convenience only and shall be of no legal force or effect. Failure of Photographer to require performance by Client of any provision expressed herein shall in no way affect Photographer’s right to thereafter enforce such provision; nor shall the waiver by Photographer of any breach of any provision expressed herein be taken or held to be a waiver of any succeeding or other breach of such provision or as a waiver of the provision itself or of any other provision. If any provision of these Terms & Conditions is declared void or unenforceable by a court or tribunal of competent jurisdiction, such provision shall be deemed severed from the remaining portion of these Terms & Conditions, which shall otherwise remain in full force and effect.

(16) Family Favorites

As a small business owner, family is never far from the work being done, so let’s drop the formal talk for a minute because I’d love to share with you a few recipes from my childhood. From family dinners and holidays that make up so many childhood memories to the traditions and adventures I share with my own family, there is one thing at the center of it all - food!

A couple of dishes served in my family have been among my favorites since I was a child. Living half a country away from my immediate family, these recipes are even more meaningful because they bring back memories of holidays, summer cookouts, and days spent exploring West Virginia State Parks. Now, as a husband and father, I have the privilege of sharing these recipes with the people I love and cherish.

My work permits me to create images that are valuable to you and your business. It would be an honor for one of my favorite recipes to be on the table as you spend valuable time with your family and friends.

Pineapple Upside Down Cake

A recipe handed down from my Grandma, this is one of my all-time favorite desserts. I love it so much that I asked my Mom to fix several of them to be served as my Groom cake the day I married my amazing wife.


1) stick butter

1) cup light brown sugar

1) 16 oz can of sliced pineapple, drained (save the juice)

1) cup sugar

3) egg (save the whites and beat until stiff and set aside)

5 TBS pineapple juice

1 TSP vanilla extract

1) cup all-purpose flour

1) TSP baking powder


Preheat oven to 325º F

Melt in an 8” - 9” Cast Iron Skillet

1) stick butter

1) cup light brown sugar

On medium heat, constantly stir butter and brown sugar to prevent scorching until the butter melts.

Remove from heat.

Pour butter and brown sugar mixture into cast iron skillet and lay sliced pineapple around edge of pan before filling the center.

In a medium-sized bowl, mix:

1) cup sugar

1) 3 egg yolks

1 TSP vanilla extract

5 TBS pineapple juice

After mixing well, add:

1) cup all-purpose flour

1 TSP baking powder

Mix well until blended. Fold into the mixture the 3 egg whites that were beaten stiff.

Pour batter into skillet and bake at 325º for 30-40 minutes

Insert a toothpick into the center of the cake to check doneness. Toothpick should be dry when removed.

After baking is complete, remove the skillet from the oven and allow it to set for 5 minutes before turning the cake onto a cake plate.


Spaghetti Salad

It might be a regional favorite, or perhaps, I’ve asked the wrong people, but I haven’t found many people outside of West Virginia that are familiar with this recipe. Served cold, it is a terrific addition to any summer cookout.


1) Green Pepper, chopped

1) Cucumber, diced

1) White Onion, diced

1) Large Tomato, diced

1 lb. Thin Spaghetti Noodles, cooked, drained, and cooled

1/2 jar (4.34 oz) McCormick Perfect Pinch Salad Supreme Seasoning (adjust to taste)

1 package of dry Italian Dressing (prepared according to directions)


Cook, drain, and cool the noodles. In a large, non-reactive bowl, add vegetables and salad seasoning. Pour in Italian Dressing and mix well. Cover and chill for several hours - preferably overnight.

This dish is good the day it is prepared but chilled overnight, it is terrific.


Pepperoni Rolls

By: Kylie Perrotti


The pepperoni roll is as ubiquitous in West Virginia as Tex-Mex is in Texas. The rolls originated as a combine-two-great-things lunch option for the coal miners of north-central West Virginia when a local baker noticed miners taking bread and a stick of pepperoni into the mines for lunch. First sold in 1927 by the Country Club Bakery in Fairmont, West Virginia, the pepperoni rolls did not need to be refrigerated making them easy for miners to pack for lunch. Available in home kitchens, restaurants, diners, and gas stations throughout Appalachia, this simple dish has been modified countless times, and there are many recipes that are very easy or very complex to make. This recipe represents the made from scratch dish that became a state-wide favorite.


4 cups hot water

2 packets of active dry yeast, not instant

4 tablespoons sugar

1 3/4 tablespoons salt

Olive oil


2 large sticks of good quality pepperoni


Egg Wash: 1 egg beaten and mixed with 2 tablespoons of water


Activate the Yeast:

In the morning, add the hot water to a large bowl and sprinkle the two packets of yeast on top. Let it set for 10 minutes until bubbly. Add the sugar and salt and stir to dissolve. Top with a drizzle of olive oil and a sprinkle of flour, and cover the bowl with plastic wrap. Set aside in a warm place for 8 hours. Note: The yeast mixture can be set for as little as 30 minutes up to 24 hours. I recommend starting the yeast in the morning and finishing the rolls in the evening.

Slice the pepperoni into 4-inch long sticks (This will dictate how long your pepperoni roll is, so don't cut them too long) and keep covered in the fridge until ready to use.

Prepare Dough:

In the Evening: Begin adding flour to the yeast mixture, one cup at a time, stirring with a wooden spoon between additions. You will probably add around 6-8 cups of flour in total. Continue adding flour until the mixture is very thick and becomes difficult to stir. Once you're able to handle the mixture with your hands, dump the dough on a clean, lightly floured surface. Knead for at least 10 minutes, adding sprinkles of flour as necessary to remove any stickiness from the dough. (Do channel your inner pizza maker and slam the dough on the table as often as possible!)

Rest the Dough:

Clean out the bowl you originally had the dough in and drizzle it with a bit of olive oil and use a paper towel to evenly coat the inside of the bowl. Transfer the dough to the bowl and cover it with plastic wrap. Allow to rise for 1 hour. The dough should double in size.

After the dough has risen, punch down to remove any large pockets of air. (This is my favorite part.) Meanwhile, preheat the oven to 425ºF and sprinkle two baking sheets with cornmeal.

Make the Pepperoni Rolls:

Tear out a section of the dough, a little smaller than the size of a tennis ball. Flatten the dough ball between your palms into a slightly oblong shape. Add one stick of pepperoni on the right side of the dough and fold the dough over just the pepperoni. Add a piece of pepperoni on the left side and fold over the dough to cover it. Pinch the center of the dough to seal the roll, using a bit of water if necessary to seal it closed. Place on the prepared baking sheet. Continue making the rest of the pepperoni rolls.

Rest the Pepperoni Rolls:

Cover the baking sheet with wax pepper and allow the rolls to rest for 30 minutes. Prior to baking, brush the surface of the rolls with the egg wash.

Bake the Pepperoni Rolls:

Bake each sheet of rolls for 20 minutes. I bake the sheets individually, but you can do whatever works for you! The rolls should be a nice golden brown and feel hard on the top.

To Serve:

Served warm or room temperature, or cold, pepperoni rolls are a great snack and are incredibly easy and safe to pack without refrigeration. Eat in moderation because they can easily be addictive.

If you try one of these dishes, I would love to hear who you served it to and how everyone liked it. You can email me at hello@ericpriddy.com.



You release Eric Priddy Photography, its employees & contractors from all claims, damages, and liabilities that may result from accidents or incidents that occur during the Session. Photographer retains sole and exclusive copyright to all images (including digital images). Client may not sell or assign these images to a third party or a commercial stock photography platform. Furthermore, you release and discharge Photographer and organizations operated by the owner/operators of the Photographer from any and all claims and demands ensuing from or in connection with the use of the images, including any and all claims for libel and invasion of privacy. This authorization and release shall inure to the benefit of the legal representatives, licensees and assignees of Eric Priddy Photography.

Any changes to the Terms & Conditions will be published on this page.

Getting in Touch

If there are any questions regarding this policy, you may get in touch using the contact form available on this website or call using the number listed in the Google business profile for Eric Priddy Photography.