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Rainbow food!

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This is my 100th post y’all. Just 100????? After all this time? I know, I am a part timer when it comes to blogging but I have a lot to juggle and want to make sure I prioritise the right things in my life. In fact, my next few posts will be short and sweet without the usual stories, so forgive me for that. I thought it would be most appropriate for my 100th post to be dedicated to exactly what this blog is about; food.

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Don’t you just love these freshly scrubbed rainbow carrots? Food does not even have to be cooked in order to get my mouth-watering. I am a person who undoubtedly eats with my eyes so much that I get energised and excited just at the sight of food in the market. I ventured into Wholefoods the other day and was pleasantly surprised at the food I found. I love going there for  inspiration and always find exciting stuff.

I first fell in love with Wholefoods when I was able to find yellow and orange tomatoes

and green and brown toms too!

and green and brown toms too!

after searching almost everywhere for them. A month ago I went back in search of inspirational food for Lent… and found the rainbow. Aaaaaaaah, sheer bliss!!!!

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  • Reply
    February 27, 2013 at 4:03 pm

    Freedes! Lovely to have found you blog, and today, your anniversary of your 100th post. LOVE IT! Its always exciting to find a new blog to follow. I look forward to visiting My Burnt Orange, and trying your recipes! Great is, I also gave up Meat for lent! Best always.

    • Reply
      February 27, 2013 at 8:00 pm

      Hi Deittra! How pleasant it is to come across you, thank you for your lovely comment. I visited your blog and will most certainly be trying out a few recipes. Please do try my recipes and do not hesitate to feedback with comments and questions anytime. 🙂

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