07 May 2012

Appetite For Imagination


Do you ever lay out on the grass and look up at the clouds in the sky, pointing 
out different shapes or noticing their resemblance to certain animals or faces? 


Well the same principle applies to when I cook or bake; I 
notice the shapes and familiar forms. To me, this looks like
 Nestle Chocolate Turtles...only with cheese and egg haha


Gluten-free toast topped with red onion, tomato, 
an egg and spinach patty, cheese slice and pepper


I made the Egg & Spinach Patty by adding 1/3 cup egg whites and spinach
to a small saute pan, then adding 1 whole egg in the center. After cooking 
over medium heat, I flipped it to the other side, each for a minute or two


Adding the whole egg last makes sure you have a runny yolk in the center to dig into


Although I LOVE squash and sweet potatoes, I have to admit that I'm already
growing sick of eating large quantities like this, mainly out of old habits


Purple yams, purple sweet potatoes, kabocha
 squash, broccoli, kale, spices and yellow mustard


My appetite and cravings have definitely changed as I much prefer balanced
 meals with plenty of protein. I may have beat my root vegetable addiction!


Question: Do you play with the shape or design of your 
food and imagine it looks like certain creatures or objects?

8 comments:

Tip Top Shape said... [reply]

All of this food looks delicous!! It's making me want to go back for a second lunch. lol

Kath (My Funny Little Life) said... [reply]

You're certainly a very creative mind and a very sensitive person, Kelsey! I appreciate that very much! :)

Kat @ Cupcake Kat said... [reply]

that really does look like a chocolate turtle! I sometimes notice shapes in things too, its lots of fun

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said... [reply]

That melted cheese is making me huunnnnngry! Couple it with that runny yolk and my stomach is growing like crazy!

acca said... [reply]

My goodness.... Look at that egg yolk, I love runny egg yolk. It tastes much, much better than a set egg yolk. And I need to say you have great smokey effect on your roasted purple sweet potatoes :)
It is so dramatic. So tempting lol!
How to Make Sweet Potato Fries

mindrunningwild said... [reply]

mmmm I'm still deep in a root veg addiction. I just roasted parsnips, cauliflower, potatoes, and carrots the other afternoon. Yum!

Emily Lynne {The Best of this Life} said... [reply]

Oh my! I'm getting seriously hungry reading this post - your images are fantastic and that sandwich looks so yummy!! :)

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