Sunday, October 18, 2009

Conquer



Pumpkin and almond lasagna
Recipe is there.

18 comments:

anthonynorth said...

A clever take. So often true.

Loch Rob said...
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Loch Rob said...

There is something about the smells of familiar food cooking and the effect is has on you while eating. You've aroused images of my grandmother's bread. Nice.

SandyCarlson said...

That looks delicious. I love the way the hear and now and eradicate stress.

Sweetest in the Gale said...

Eating yummy food does indeed take the stress away! That photo made me drool...lol. Lovely song, too!

gautami tripathy said...

This is so very wonderfully said. Yummy!

what has time got to do with blood?

Shraddha@theselfloveproject said...

oooh i am hungry now..

great fun, enjoyable use of the prompt..

Jim said...

Sounds great, looks very yummy! They say cooking fumes sometimes whet the appitite, it never did for me.

Yours looks sooooo much better than any Vegetarian Lasagna I have ever seen. If it tastes half as good I would classify it as Pâtisserie.
You can send me your recipe, to
jhovendic [at] yahoo.com
Thanks. :-)
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Geraldine said...

Oh I can sooooo relate. Nice one Nathelie. Yummy too!

Amity Me said...

hmmm...a delicious way of conquering Natalie...

i like your rendition of the prompt...very unique...

care to add me in your list, i've bookmarked you already...

:)

Maggie said...

Yum Yum...I am conquered by this delicious photo.

spacedlaw said...

Recipe is there.

Tumblewords: said...

Delish! I'd never heard of pumpkin and almond lasagne but I'm on my way to learn! Nice haiga!

Andree said...

omg you got me at a weak moment. I've discovered cooking and have gained five pounds in one month (well, it might help if I learned to cook things that are not cakes and pies), and this recipe! With a great great poem! What an irresistible combination. And I love the photo too. You know how to shoot food.

Patois said...

Oh, this is fabulous! What I wouldn't give for some of that right now.

Tammie Lee said...

oh yes, I can feel the passion and joy of this.

Betty C. said...

This sounds divinely different. Is it sweet or savoury?

spacedlaw said...

This is savoury lasagna, Betty, but nothing says you can't transform the recipe into a sweet one...