Wednesday, October 10, 2007


Tetley's tea with half/half and a McVitties biscuit
Homemade vanilla ice cream
Medium-rare rib eye
Water with lemon
Cadbury's milk chocolate with raisins and nuts
Emma's tiramisu
Trader Joe's Smooth and Mellow blend coffee with half/half
Chicken caesar salad
Fresh Mozzarella with basil and vine ripened tomatoes with olive oil
Chilled dry white wine with nectarines
Iced Chai Latte


Heidi said...

Mmmmm! I love mozarella, basil, and tomato with olive oil. :)

I've enjoyed this senses series you've done. Lovely.

Paul Merrill said...

Just before I read your post, I started a short break - to up the blood sugar level - and sunk my teeth into a Dove dark chocolate bar.

Hey, it was on sale at the local supermarket and I bought a few...

Orrange said...

okay the picture seriously MADE me go out and buy chocolate. it's completely your fault... thank you.

Marti Smith said...

- Have you tried Extreme Moose Tracks 'Alaskan Classics' ice cream, by Safeway Select? (It tastes like chocolate mousse. Not moose.)

- Ferghana valley melon, with a bit of fresh cream poured over it. (When Babur left to conquer India he missed the melons back home so much he had them included in the murals that decorated his palaces).

- Walker's shortbread

I Was Just Thinking.... said...

Ahh, tastes, so satisfying, so alluring, so many memories. The smell of cherries takes me back to Poland and Uzbekistan... cherry compote. I forgot to include that one. Is taste the strongest most emotionally-charged sense we have?

Marti Smith said...

Oh, Central Asia memories like fresh naan for breakfast, still warm from the tandoor, dipped in raspberry jam, and accompanied by hot tea?

And a good lassi in a dark, quiet restaurant, an afternoon break from a loud Indian city full of honking horns?

There are some other tastes from those places that are not so appealing, of course.

(I think people say smell is actually the most emotionally charged of our senses.)