Oct 302011

Today I decided to join in on the fun people are having over at Ramblings & Photos over at http://ashleysisk.com.  I ran across Ashley while reading one of my dearest blog friends Stasha from The Good Life http://northwestmommy.com.  She participates every Sunday in the Scavenger Hunt Sunday sponsored by Ashley.  The pictures are always so fun to look at and even though I am definitely not a photographer like Stasha it still sounded like fun.  The list this week consisted of Macro, Found Texture, Home, Cover, and Tree.  Keeping with tradition I decided to go with all things foodie related.

MACRO – ok my first time and I use a photo from my archives although not a new picture,  my  mind went to “large” (another meaning of Macro) and  I immediately thought of this moment, The Hubby enjoying this gigantic leg.

FOUND TEXTURE – A kitchen sponge is just texture, texture, texture!

HOME – My Kitchen – where Bestfoodies comes to life – Love It!

COVER – one Circulon pan doubles as a “cover” – lid for another Circulon Pan!

TREE – The pear tree in our yard – we hate pears LOL !


I truly had fun joining in this scavenger hunt although it was a spur of the moment decision and my pictures definitely don’t stack up to the other blogs.  It is quit a challenge of relating everything to food as I participate with other blogs but a challenge I am proud to be a part of.  I hope you have time to check out some of my blog friends, they are awesome!

  24 Responses to “Foodie Scavenger Hunt”

  1. So glad you tried the Scavenger Hunt!! Great pictures! Hope you’ll be back next week 🙂

  2. Great set and I really liked your interpretations of the theme! 🙂

  3. Your imagination I adore. And your photos are great! Love the pears and the sponge is the neatest idea. Husbands are off limits to comment on, of course 🙂 But your kitchen is stunning, simply beautiful. I would spend a lot of time in it, tasting your creations too!!

    • You are so sweet! Imagination is one of my stronger points…sometimes thats not a good thing lol… The kitchen is so full of texture it was hard to choose. I love my kitchen too….wish you could come see it in true life, I would be delighted to feed you!

  4. Welcome to the hunt . . . love your pear tree shot. Thanks for checking out my entries and your kind comments.

    • The hunt was fun! The picture is the most love that tree gets lol, we keep it because it blocks the road behind us but the pears just attract bees…we give them away (the pears but you can have the bees too lol)

  5. What wonderful shots.. And I love how it all relates to food.. Very cool!!

  6. Is that a turkey leg? My hubby brought some of those home today.
    Some say the kitchen is the heart of a home – your kitchen is wonderful!
    Wish we were neighbors, we LOVE pears.
    Nice shots!
    Thanks for your visit today.

    • Ah yes, a turkey leg! I wish were neighbors too, I hate those pears but the tree makes great cover from the road behind us! Thanks for the compliment on the pictures – I have a long way to go!

  7. So glad you joined us this week – great set! Hope you’ll join us again next week.

  8. Your collection is great. I love that is all food related. I like how you captured the texture in the sponge.

  9. You did great! love your kitchen,nice shot of the pears and great texture. You should come back next week one of the prompts is food right up your alley. Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a comment….


    • Thank you so much, I loved sharing my my kitchen! Thanks for the invite for next week – I love all the pictures that are linked this week and it was fun joining you!

  10. you related everything to food! wow. well done!

  11. I love that you used the other definition of macro! So creative and it fits in your food theme, which I think is fantastic! Love your kitchen! Great set! So glad you decided to join in!

    • Thanks for welcoming me in to your group! I am certainly no photographer but I wanted to embrace the challenge of making it foodie related! Thanks for the compliment on the kitchen, I spend a lot of time there!

  12. These are great shots….they capture the prompts really well. And your blog looks like a lot of fun…i will be sure to check it out more!

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