A typical NYC pizza place. What kind of slice would you like — one with vegetables like brocolli or one with meat like salami or pepperoni? Or would you prefer a plain slice — just cheese? Take your pick.
Have a good week, everyone!
**When the moon hits your eye like a big-a pizza pie
That’s Amore sung by Dean Martin
Although not native to the Netherlands, tulips are closely associated with that country. Instead, tulips are native to southern Europe, north Africa, Asia (Anatolia, Iran, northeast China and Japan).
It’s Mother’s Day in the U.S. and some other parts of the world. I want to wish all mothers, mothers-to-be, and all women, everywhere, a Happy Mother’s Day!
*One can blog about herbs, plants, vegetables, or flowers for Weekend Herb Blogging (WHB). To see the list of other interesting WHB posts, go to Kalyn’s Kitchen, Sunday afternoon.
The title reads ‘Mashed Avocado on Toasted Bread.’ However in my case, it’s ‘Mashed Avocado on Toasted Bagels.Isil from Veggie Way made this simple meal, which grabbed my attention immediately — especially since I had two ripe avocados waiting to be eaten. She didn’t give specific quantity ingredient instructions, but it’s easy to guess: Basically, you mash an avocado, add some lemon juice, a few drops of olive oil, chopped greens (like parsley or dill), and salt to taste. Mix and then spread the mashed avocado over toasted bread. Isil also adds that if you have any leftovers, you can add it to your next salad meal. Not bad. Not bad at all! Thanks, Isil. Paz
You can find almost anything in New York City — from big stores to small boutiques, to popular grocery markets, to the sidewalks. Here are two things you can find on the streets — books and fruits.
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Cooking Diva and El Amor por la Cocina are hosting an event called the Farmer’s Market International Parade. This is my submission.You are asked to blog about the market where you like to shop (or wherever you buy your food). "It could be any kind of market: fish market, meat market, fruits and veggies market, supermarkets, even handcrafts market if they create cooking tools and plates, for example."
I shop at several different grocery stores, in my neighborhood, for different food products. However, when I buy fish, I usually go to Citarella, a food store that has branches all over the city. I have mentioned Citarella before, here. In addition to fish, they sell meats and a few other grocery products fruits, vegetables, baked goods, chocolates, cheeses, etc… They have even started to sell flowers, which you see when you first walk into the store.
I like that the fish sold at Citarella is fresh and clean and I haven’t had any problems with what they sell to me, so far.
When I walked into the store, I started to take photos. A few minutes later, one of the staff members came to me and told me that I wasn’t allowed to take photos. I said okay but when he left me, I took a few more photos. Oh, what I go through and risk for my blog and my readers!
Here are a few photos of what one may find at Citarella’s.
So, where do you do your grocery shopping? Blog about it and let Cooking Diva know.