Wordless Wednesday blog hop | March 6

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13 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday blog hop | March 6”

  1. Green drinks don’t look to yummy to me, but I’m sure it is. This one has what, apples, bananas, kiwi and maybe spearmint in it, right? I’m not too sure on this, so I hope you can clarify.

    Chineese food is always yummy. We haven’t had any in a long time. I especially love good Chineese tea. Are those metal chopsticks in the photo? I’f so, then this is a new one on me. The restaurants around town have the bamboon type only….maybe some plastics have plastics. It doesn’t really matter to me because this is something I can only hurt myself with and since I value my eyes I just use tradtional flatware when dining in a Chineese restaurant.

    You made me hunry for Chineese food now. =D

    Thanks for hosting!

    • Hey Cathy, I know, I never like the looks of them. I got used to it by now, but still… Yes, banana, kiwi, pear and mint – kind of a wild mix, but I like that. I basically throw in there what I like and is ripe.
      No, those chopsticks are not metal. They are wooden with a gloss finish and a little metal for decoration at the end. They were a gift, they are ours as this was sushi that we ordered in and prepared some rice wine with it. But Chinese food + tea sound yummy, too 😉

  2. I agree with Jamie…food photography is a big interest of mine and so intriguing. This looks beautiful…I just don’t know if I would be brave enough to try it☺


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