I just found these videos where children sample different kinds of food from around the world.
Bon Appetit! Indeed.
Each week Cee of
Cee’s Photography challenges bloggers with a fun prompt. This week we’re to find photos of subjects that either begin or end with Y or the caption contains the word “Why.”
If you want to see more
Y photos, click here.
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Tagged apples, bull, Cambodia, Cee's Fun Foto Challenge, challenge, China, fruit, historic, public art, temple, travel, yellow
Juicy Fruit (See below for the photo with 6 letters)
Each week Cee of
Cee’s Photography challenges bloggers with a fun prompt. This week we’re to find photos of subjects that contain the Letter J and have at least 6 letters.
N.B. The second photo is my entry. The first was needed to make me comply with the 6 letter requirement.
I plan on getting some jack-o-lantern photos when I go out tomorrow.
If you want to see more Letter J photos, go
Simon and Martina, with the help of the very-talented Dan, have made an outstanding video about a chef in Tokyo, who has an incredible respect and interest in local ingredients and regional cultures.
I’d love to know how they got to join him in Ehime. Just start watching and see what you think. Would you want to try dinner at
Sugalabo? I wonder how much that costs.
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Tagged care, chef, citrus, culture, Ehime, excellence, fruit, perfection, postaday, postaweek, restaurants, Simon and Martina, Sugalabo, Tokyo, YouTube
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Create your own post and title it
Travel theme: Fruit Include a link to this page in your post so others can find it too
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Chinese savory pancakes
Plums, cheese, banana bread
This morning some of us met a friend who was staying at the Mercure Hotel and had breakfast there. I think I like breakfast better than the brunch. Pancakes, French toast, sausages, bacon, as well as Chinese dough sticks, donuts, cappuccino various hot dishes and salads were all on offer.
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Tagged 98 rmb, bread, bread pudding, breakfast, China, Chinese food, fruit, Jinan, Mercure Hotel, Western food