Peanuts covered in honey. Not bad.P.S. Merisi, I know you speak more than one language. I am taking part in a blogger challenge inspiring language learning. The participants were asked to argue "What is the most important benefit of learning another language: Traveling experiences, Career, Love life or Brain power?”. I you wanted to read my answer and, perhaps vote for me, please read my posthttp://polonicahomeagain.blogspot.com/2012/10/the-benefits-of-learning-languages.html .Thank you!
I'm glad that honey is pure! Who wants a spoiled honey?
Great shots from your US tour, Merisi! I hope you're having a wonderful visit! Enjoy your weekend!
Yum, boiled peanuts, a Southern delicacy! My California self thought they sounded rather awful, until I actually tried some.
Now I'm very curious about boiled peanuts :)
Merisi, your American travel journal shows us all what talent you have to find beauty in your surroundings.I wonder if you might be taking some boiled peanuts (and I do know how good they are) back to the kitchen at Demel's to see what those chefs might concoct. xo
I hope you tried the boiled peanuts. (I still think they're slimy but obviously others disagree.) And are you keeping track of the storm?
I just love Low Country. Hope you're having a nice trip. Safe safe from the storm which just went over our old home in the Bahamas before heading to the US.Sam
Beautiful!! Love the low country...
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