A pleasure to look at your blog!!!
Luscious colours in the building, and I am learning to enjoy Pomegranate juices and have only tried the fruit once~ Have a great weekend~
Magnificent patina and color on the casa!Pomegranates are showing up in our stores now; a bit more common now that there's agood market for the juice. -- I love putting the seeds on green salads -- with a bit of gorgonzola and a light vinaigrette.
Merisi, it's funny to see this pomegranate in your post. It was just the other day that a magnificent pom appeared on the countertop workspace in the shop's office/kitchen.It was a beauty. Everyone who passed by admired it, and wondered whose it was. How it got to be there. I never learned the solution to that mystery, but know that I will soon be seeking out a pom for my own.xo
Enitram,thank you! :-)A Brush With Color,*blush*Mary Howell Cromer,the ones I bring home usually dry out before I get to eat them. Must change that!Vicki Lane,this sounds so delicious, will try to remember it next time I get ahold of a pomegranate (I am sitting at my desk on a rainy Sunday morning, studying, far from sunny Italy).Frances,what a wonderful, thoughtful way to brighten one's day! :-)
I wonder whether the Italian call that paint shade "molegrano" (pomegranate)...Oh, that blue sky !!! Just divine ... especially when the dominant colour is grey ... (sigh)Marie-Noëlle
Lovely pairing for your photogaph. I like the Parma, pomegranate liquor for some of my cocktails.
Read another pomegrante post today too .... Just love the colours of the little house, and pomegrante is a fav of mine :-)
Rough and smooth.. both beautiful.
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