Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Turd on a Spoon

Made with flax seeds and grains, Garden of Eatin Tortillas are my favorite for holding cream cheese, refried beans, hot sauce, and Colby-Jack. Heated in the oven or microwave, this is a yummy lunch.

Coming up for dessert is Nutella. It's a hazelnut spread that I enjoy on toasted brown bread. Next up, I'll be using it to fill my homemade pizzelle sandwiches. And of course, it's fantastic straight from the jar. Though I admit, this shot really does look like a turd on a spoon.                                      
Not going to reshoot because lunch is over and it's time for dessert. What can I say? I'm not a professional food blogger. So there you go. Enjoy the turd. I'm going to.

For more information about Nutella, click Nutella's Frequently Asked Questions.

Enjoy and Happy Eating.

14 comments:

  1. HA! Food photos are the hardest. Your lunch sounds yummy.

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  2. Hi Holly - Yes it was very good. Hope you ate something yummy today, as well.

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  3. This made me laugh. Our kids have nutella for breakfast just about every morning, messy but fun.

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  4. Me too. I love it in the mornings on toasted brown bread. Great stuff. Though I never put it inside homemade pizzelle sandwiches yet, so I'm excited to give that a go.

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  5. Oh god, anything but nutella. Definably not one of my favorite foods >.<

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  6. My wife makes some mean nutella creppes. :)

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  7. LoneIslander: Is this >.< you making a face?

    Hi Risus - I make palacsintas all the time (Hungarian crepes). But I never tried them with Nutella. Thanks for the idea.

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  8. Nutella beats pizza any day.
    Good luck with the writing :)

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  9. That tortilla concoction sounds so good right now!

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  10. Um, we live for Nutella in this house-- usually with banana and apple pieces. :D

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  11. Crammarc: Haven't talked to you yet, so nice to see you here.

    Elaine: Thanks on the good wishes. I'm just finishing a few emails now, and then back to the bat cave for more writing. Hope yours goes well today.

    Lydia: It was. I was out of habanero garlic sauce for it but it was still pretty good. And I also love organic avocados.

    Christina: You know, I didn't think about bananas. I make a stuffed French toast with bananas, peanut butter and real maple. I'm going to now give it a go with Nutella instead of peanut butter. Thank you so much for the idea.

    And thanks to everyone for stopping by. Going to post a quick shot of apple pie and then back to my writing desk.

    Enjoy your day and Happy Eating :-)

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  12. One of my happiest food moments was eating crepes with nutella in France. So great!

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  13. Hi Christian: For a billion years I've been eating the two. Never once together. Can't wait to try the combo.

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