Tuesday, 20 September 2011

Food Lately

More food eaten at home lately...

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Smoked salmon & cream cheese with cracked black pepper & lemon juice on Irish Soda bread with black coffee

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Linguine with smoked salmon, wilted rocket leaves, lemon juice, garlic oil, chilli and parmesan

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Starbucks Iced Latte (super-market bought) & Chocolate biscuits

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Breakfast of granary toast with peanut butter; watermelon; granola with greek yoghurt, blueberries, raspberries & honey; black coffee

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Greek honey with nuts (received as a gift from Greece)

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Home-made sushi rolls with soy sauce & chilli dressing and ginger; miso soup

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Chai spiced latte and Sesame snack (gift received from Greece)

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Carrot & Coriander soup with parmesan and cracked black pepper; cheese tiger bread & butter

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Milk lolly-pop

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Activia strawberry yoghurt

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Bowl of mixed fruit

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Houmous with pitta bread & chilli crisps

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Glass of milk with peanut butter on toasted English muffin

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Quorn Fajita strips with mozarella pearls, roasted cherry tomatoes and julienne salad of carrot, cucumber, radish in rice vinegar with sesame seeds

46 comments:

  1. This is quite the foodie post - everything looks so scrumptious.
    I adore carrot and coriander soup.
    There are times when fresh ginger is added, too;-)

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  2. Ahhhhhhhhhhhh delicious.
    You are making me soooooooo hungry.
    Superb photos.
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXX

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  3. This all looks delicious, I am so hungry right now!

    Maria xxx

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  4. Everything looks so delicious, I love how even the simplest of foods is beautifully presented xoxo

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  5. Hey,so glad you tasted some Greek products as well!!! What did you think of the sesame snack(pasteli)? It is my absolute favourite! Love your blog by the way.
    Anna

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  6. I lovelovelove these posts, I'm just a real food fan! The carrot and coriander soup looks gorgeous, and I loveee tiger bread.
    Also, your plates etc are beautiful, where do you find them all? x
    Sirens and Bells

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  7. oh oh oh!

    I could stare at your food posts all day long Paula, these look SO yummy! That Honey looks incredible, I love it when people go away on holiday and bring me foreign foods. It's so exciting to try them. Goodness, I'm hungry now.

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  8. Thanks everyone :-)

    Sirens & Bells - they're mostly just oddments I found at the flea-market

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  9. Anna - I loved it! It didn't last long though!

    Winnie - I'm pleased you like it! I love food photography & seeing what people eat.

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  10. YUM!! Everything looks so tasty and the photos are gorgeous!! And honey with nuts?? Yum!!

    Kc

    http://a-sparkley-silver-lining.blogspot.com/

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  11. yummmm to everything.
    but my favorite is the glass of milk with an english muffin and peanut butter. i eat that same snack/meal (except wheat bagel instead of english muffin) almost everyday. :)

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  12. I'm with Winnie here - i could look at this all day long. The sushi looks so good! My fave food! x

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  13. Rolala!!What a taste!!Your great taste even shows in the way you cook things!!It looks so delicious and so well presented!
    You are giving me inspiration!

    http://www.afrenchinlosangeles.com

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  14. My dear you certainly know how to eat! Everything looks delicious as usual. I love your food posts.

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  15. I am so, so hungry now. Such beautiful presentation of it all, the fine china really makes a difference to how much you enjoy something

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  16. you always eat the most amazing food!

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  17. Such a beautiful post. I love how you celebrate your everyday life using pretty crockery. I'm sure everything tastes much better this way :) especially the milk in the pretty glass! I would love to have a sip of the carrot coriander soup and a nibble of the cheese tiger bread. So curious about the tiger part ... I wonder if that's the name of the cheese or the bread.
    Thank you for taking the time to take these photos and sharing them. It's such a treat for my eyes.

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  18. paula can i come to yours for tea? seriously yout food and plates always look so yummy!! lol :) x

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  19. thanks, Paula! I'll check Thistle Hotel and Hotel Du Vin out :)

    You have such lovely crockery and cutlery!

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  20. you've got gorgeous plates !!
    yummy

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  21. Haha! I love this post! It's so funny how you can make any food look posh by putting it on a beautiful plate!

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  22. Wow everything looks so good, even the simple things! I love all your plates, gorgeous!

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  23. Salmon, sushi, PB... where does this loveliness end?

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  24. i think you should create a cookbook, no? thanks for the comment you left a couple of weeks ago about my illustration. (sorry i've been on holiday), well it's just a hobby but i'm really into designing all sorts of stuff, i'm looking for full time work now, i graduated in fashion promo/marketing

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  25. Mad keen to start hunting down clashing china stuff now I have a house of my own! It looks so nice!

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  26. fabulous blog!!
    xoxo Sienna
    http://fashion-sienna.blogspot.com/

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  27. your food always looks so amazing. It really inspires me to take more care over what I eat, so thank you for that!

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  28. All that food looks yummy! Beautiful china too.

    X x

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  29. Stop, you're making me hungry! But seriously, gorgeous pics, love... xx

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  30. Paula you can't imagine how much your tormenting me with these pictures. Waiting for food to get ready, handsome is cooking and I am starving.

    I love that you enjoy food, that means you enjoy life.

    Dena x

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  31. all your food is scrumy
    you got me back into peanut butter on bread and crackers
    kat x

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  32. Nom nom nom! This post made me super hungy.

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  33. You make yourself some pretty amazing food...

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  34. such a cool post! love it.im hungry now!

    http://pinklemonsorbet.blogspot.com/

    Meena ♥

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  35. how do you make an english muffin with peanut butter look so delicious? i love your food posts.

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  36. this all looks SO yummy! it's so nice how you lay everything out for yourself and it looks so pretty :)

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  37. i really love the way you are seeing food. every dish is like a little celebration.

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  38. Beautiful photographs, as always!

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  39. Wow, you eat well! Everything looks amazing. I really want a mini milk now :)

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  40. everything looks so delicious, but especially your gifts from greece - that honey with the nuts in it looks divine!

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  41. Ok that not ok. You are making hungry:)

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  42. Wow, you always do such an amazing post, your photos are so pretty:) And of course, I'm little bit hungry now:)

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  43. I can't believe you have time to prepare these amazing (and marvelous) lunchs. You're my hero!!! When I grow up I wanna be like you :p

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