Lazy Saturday

tufted titmouse
hmm… sunflower seeds look pretty good… should I?

tufted titmouse
well ok… maybe just one…

tufted titmouse in flight
got it! and now for the hasty getaway…

mmmm…
meanwhile in the oven…

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6 Comments »

  1. MeltingWok said

    hey Linda, that looks like baked beanssssssss !! ?? Am so craving for some baked bean stew with scrambled eggs and minced pork, yummyssss 🙂

    that’s it, MW, they’re New England style baked beans. Would like to know what baked bean stew is 🙂

  2. Asha said

    Beautful pics! Beans cooking! Soup?!:))

    Baked beans, Asha! Plain masala — molasses and jaggery! Hope you had a great Superbowl party 🙂

  3. swapna said

    hi linda
    very cool photography..is that beans or pallis?

    Hi Swapna, they are baked beans, New England style. Am not sure what pallis is… maybe you can help me there 🙂

  4. indosungod said

    Linda you are a sweetie, I am going to check my local store here before I bug you for lotus seeds.

    my first thought was beans but they also look like peanuts to me.

    Oh, I love boiled peanuts too ISG! Had them once in South Carolina. Completely different than roasted, but good! Let me know whether you find lotus seeds — and also, what else you can do with them! 🙂

  5. Coffee said

    !!!!!! What awesome pics!!!!! Beautiful!!!

    Thanks so much, Coffee 🙂

  6. MeltingWok said

    ooh, I call it stew coz its not runny, but more like a stew where we slow cooked them in a claypot, add some beaten eggs and minced pork with tomatoes and a bit cumin 🙂

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