Saturday, November 01, 2008

Round Robin Challenge: Food Glorious Food!

"Welcome to the Church of the Holy Cabbage. Lettuce pray."


Welcome to our Round Robin Challenge this time around, it was suggested by me, and it is titled... "Food Glorious Food! I thought it would be fun to show each other what kind of food we each enjoy the most. After all, food should be enjoyed thoroughly, and completely. I know I do. Especially my fruits and veggies! Oh don't get me wrong, I enjoy the occasional burger, and pot roast, but I love my fruits and veggies most of all. YUM. Sometimes, especially this time of year, I will make a sweet potato for dessert, rather then cake or pie or something else you might traditionally see as dessert fair. I'm weird that way. :)

Another thing you can find me doing this time of year, is visiting all the lovely organic fruit and veggie stands across the bay. Half Moon Bay has some really good stands, unfortunately many of them finish their seasons as of today. :( Roadside farms are just the best! I love picking out some lovely organic Brussels Sprouts and Heirloom tomatoes for a nice Vegetarian meal, and I miss the small stands when they are closed. Fresh ingredients. YUM. There is nothing like it.

Here... take a look at some of my other favorite foods...

Yum... A Mini Eclare.

A Field of Brussels Sprouts.

Yellow Onions.
Delicious Heirloom Tomatoes

Fresh Crisp Apples Ready To Become Candied Apples.

Leftover homemade Meatloaf made in Puff Pastry.LOL. Alan says that my leftovers are sometimes better then my original meals!

Be sure to visit all the participating Robins. Just follow the links below. :) And if you want to play along, there is still time. Visit the official Round Robin blog for all the details, or feel free to send me an email.

Linking List

Valerie... Soulfully Blond

Carly... Ellipsis

Karen... Outpost Mavarin

Jama Hameed... Sweet Memories

Martha... Menagerie

Jill... South Bay Soliloquy

Connie... Far Side Of Fifty Photos

Nancy... Nancy Luvs Pix

Sandra... Strong Chemistry

Chrissie... Chrissea's Corner

Janet... Fond Of Snape

Maryt/theteach... Work of the Poet

Gattina... Keyhole Pictures

Em Dy... Captured Beat

Wammy... The Ellis Family Cincinnati

Sherrie... Sherrie's Stuff

Ourhomeschool... Through The Eye Of My Camera

Ellen B... Happy Wonderer

Teena... It's all about Me!

Half Moon Bay, California
October 30th, 2008
Early Evening


Gattina said...

Delicious ! I would die for strawberries now !

Julia said...

The meatload does look wonderful as does it all. Now I am hungry for breakfast.

maryt/theteach said...

We love some of the same foods, Carly! I can't believe you like Brussels sprouts! :)

Martha said...

I do believe we love the same foods! Yum! This entry made me hungry and it was also a reminder - I completely forgot the RR was due today!!
I am definitely going to make my next meatloaf leftovers like yours! That sounds so good!

Ourhomeschool said...

Wow! Great pictures. I wished my leftovers look like that! Okay.... now I'm hungry! ;o)

Nancy said...

Creativity to the max! I had so many others I wanted to share, but can't figure out how to get more than 4. : (

This was a great entry girl!


Teena in Toronto said...

That eclairs looks delish!

I played too :)

Far Side of Fifty said...

You make the left overs look great! I loved the Strawberries and the Apples..both fantastic photos:)

ellen b said...

Oh your photos are just fabulous! Love them all. That cream puff is calling to me...

Janet said...

Oh, that field of brussels sprouts! I puffy pink heart them :-)

Your meatloaf in puff pastry looks delicious, but forbidden to me nowadays (on a weight loss journey).

Great topic, thanks for suggesting it!

Jama said...

All the vegetables and fruits look so fresh! I don't mind having them in my kitchen!

splummer said...

Great Food Photos! I love veggies and fruit! Thanks for stopping by my place. Take Care!!


MyMaracas said...

Beautiful! I'd like to have that recipe for leftover meatloaf. It never occurred to me to put it in puff pastry. You're so creative!

Karen Funk Blocher said...

What a beautiful, colorful variety! I would never have known that was a field of brussels sprouts. My favorite shot here is the tomatoes, with all the delicate color variations.

Thanks for the great topic - I almost chose it from the pool myself!