Monday, July 26, 2010

Food shots of the weekend...


The tiniest snail ever.



The biggest bowl of wild berries I have ever hand picked.



The most succulent piglet I have ever met.

11 comments:

Kristen said...

Looks like you had a very tasty weekend!

Don said...

Woah! That spit roasted pig is making me crave pork and crackling...

And I just ate a grilled chicken breast salad!?!?!

Elle said...

That snail is so teeny. How did you ever even notice him?
-Im also very jealous of your berries, that is a delicious amount.

Rachelle said...

Yummmm!

mapledreams said...

I'm not sure "cute" is an appropriate word to describe the snail..but...HOW CUTE! xx

Marysol said...

I really really wanted to peel the skin off the porky and eat it!!! But we had to share and be civilized...

The snail was on a cucumber that I picked from the garden - if not, I would have never noticed!

Yes, very tasty weekend!

Shine Little Light* said...

Eek! There needs to be a warning before dead animal pictures methinks! *s* (s = squemish)

The Benny's said...

Wow Marysol! That looks amazing!
Dead animal? Where? I only see a Mechoui and it looks delish. Did you have it done through A1? I was thinking of doing one this summer...

Marysol said...

Sorry if some found my piggy icky. I had some even shots!! ha ha.

The pig came from Montreal I believe, it came already stuffed too. Some family members live there.

I would totally trust A-1! Ask them how to slice it too. The cousins did it (it's a guy thing) but it was badly butchered... Just a quick 3 minutes course on where and how to slice.

The Benny's said...

Thanks for the info!

Mélodie said...

That is such a weird coincidence: I had a méchoui a couple of weeks ago too. That is what they served at the Scottish wedding I went to. And we had some of the skin... Divine. Here is picture. I don't know if it will work, though.

http://lh5.ggpht.com/_-qpjaoXIbMk/TEml9okVnvI/AAAAAAAABnE/pID0kjt_iB8/s640/Mariage%20031.JPG

 
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