Wednesday, April 7, 2010

A Bowl Full of Mystery

I cannot for the life of me remember why I took a picture of this salad. I uploaded the photo anyway because it looks pretty and delicious. This salad may be based on the recipe in my article Marine Minerals, but I could be wrong. Besides, I thought it would be nice if this food blog's [mostly] Wordless Wednesday post featured food for once.

Thanks for voting in last Wednesday's non-food photo poll! It was fun to see people's responses. According to the results, nearly 60% of the voters preferred the color version over the black and white photograph.

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6 comments:

  1. That salad looks so good!

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  2. It is rather mysterious looking, but I'll bet it tastes great!

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  3. Symphony of LoveApril 7, 2010 at 8:58 PM

    Full of mystery or not, it doesn't really matter. It looks good to me and that is all that matter. :)

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  4. Found your blog via the yoga hash tag on twitter. Look forward to reading more. Drop in to say hi if you like at http://suburbanyogini.com

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  5. What is the mystery on top of the salad? papaya? regardless, salad is salad and will not be hated by this lady :)Katherine

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  6. The fruit on top is fresh cantaloupe. I love papaya only in its dried form. Otherwise I think it tastes like vomit. I don't know if I should hope that I'm alone in this or not...

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