First we eat, then we do everything else.―
Are you one of those people who remembers every great meal you’ve ever had? Do you spend your vacation planning where you’re going for dinner while you’re still eating breakfast? Do you watch cooking shows on TV or try new recipes? Are you food-obsessed like me?
This week, here’s your chance to explore what “Delicious” means to you.
To get you started, I’d like to share some memorable delicious moments.
Stopping for A Cappuccino Near Port Arthur
I loved the dusting of chocolate on my cappuccino in this quaint shop near Port Arthur filled with antiques and Australian memorabilia.
Our apartment in Santa Croce is ideally located near to the Santa Croce Market and next door to an amazing pastry shop and a gelato place. I think we should have a pastry (or two) in honor of my husband’s birthday, don’t you?
Dreaming About Roscioli’s in Rome
The pizza at Roscioli’s was as good as it looks. I liked the one with pesto as much as the one with the traditional red sauce. I’m ready to go back for more!
Lemons Any Which Way
Have you ever seen lemons this big? Their taste is fantastic too. Give me anything with lemons–especially lemon ricotta ravioli–a great taste.
Chocolate with Just About Everything
The same is true for chocolate. It’s one of my favorite ways to start the day–with a cup of English Breakfast tea.
This week, for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #41 share what “Delicious” means to you. We look forward to seeing your entries. Please tag them with “Lens-Artists” so that we can all find them in the Reader. Next week, the very talented Ann-Christine will host Lens-Artists Photo challenge #42.
As I wrap up this post, I’d like to note your great responses to Tina’s “Something Different” challenge last week.
HAVE YOU SEEN THESE?
- Bren from Ryan’s Photography experimented with some different, colorful patterns.
- Steve from The Outer Shores posted some beautiful shots of the Oregon coast with something different in view.
- Sue at The Nature of Things gave us something very different–a somber set of photos, thanks to Photoshop manipulation.
Interested in joining the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge? For instructions and more information click here. We’d love to see your shots!
All the photos shown here were taken with a Google Pixel 2 and the Fuji X-T2.