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16 thoughts on “Winter Food”
How I love to eat hot comfort foods during the winter. I made my wife a seafood chowder last night and she loved it. Half and half, bacon, diced potatoes, lobster, crab meat, scallops, celery and pepper.
That sounds absolutely tasty, Justin!
Lovely and fun post! 🙂 The last picture made me laugh out loud… 😀 Thanks for sharing!
Thanks for your kind comment on my blog. I love to make people laugh. Your blog looks like fun. I copied the Einstein quote and I love Natasha Benningfield. Oh and can I come for dinner tonight?
Of course, you are most welcome, Tess! Thank you so much for visiting (and liking my) Figments.
Van al die worst zou ik ook omvallen.
Het valt wel mee hoor, die komt gewoon boven zwemmen.
Yummy warm soup on a cold day. Have fun in the snow.
It was hard work, but my goal has been accomplished: the sidewalks are snow free. And the soup was very tasty, Jules 😀
Ik mis tochnog wel het potje pindakaas 😉
Dat komt morgen 😉 En op het brood zit Zeeuws spek met mosterd.
Warming for the soul as well as the stomach!! 😉
It is Sarah, it’s kind of a winter ritual hehehe. And now I’m heading outside, cleaning the sidewalks. (Meaning: fooling around in the whiteness ;))
Toch de sneeuw als inspiratie…….
Nu nog een verhaal ervan zien te maken vóór as. woensdag.