Here’s lookin’ at you, kid! (Visual kitchen humor)

Posted: March 3, 2015 in Humor, Miscellaneous, Photos
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When cooking or baking, I often grab my phone to take a photo of some interesting sight or creature created by mixing, melting, adding, or other kitchen process.  This one caught my attention and then I tarted it up a bit just for fun.  I hope you enjoy it.

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Comments
  1. Bumba says:

    Is that a blue cheese danish?

    • No, just some drops of oil that were floating on top of all the other “wet ingredients” before mixing them together. There was a beautiful yellow ring around them, so I just played it up a bit to make it look like this.

      janet

  2. nowathome says:

    mmmm…. I wonder…?

  3. Nice culinary abstraction…

  4. LOL. Love what you have done here.

  5. Emilio Pasquale says:

    When you said you tarted it up I thought I was going to see something a bit more, well, tarty! I guess you never know what you’ll find in oil drops. I wonder if there’s such a thing as reading oil drops. Sort of like reading tea leaves?

  6. Here’s looking at you, kid! I find it both charming and a bit unnerving whenever I find faces in my food (but what else would you expect, coming from the vegan over here…)

    • Hannah, when I took the photo, it didn’t look so much like a face but more like lots of cool circles with yellow rims. However, when I looked at it later, it looked more like a face, so I thought I’d play that up.

      Looks like some spring weather might be headed our way after the next couple days of cold. Hurrah! And don’t forget the time change this weekend.

      janet

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