Friday, 6 August 2010

Friday My Town Shoot-out - Smells

This week's subject for the Friday My Town Shoot-out is smells - chosen by NanU from Aubiere, France


This is a smell I don't like - Large White caterpillars chewing on cabbage.  Yuck.


Bread, fresh out of the bread-maker is the opposite extreme - Mmmmmm..


Lamb pilaf cooking away on the stove.


You can smell when it's snowing.


Seaweed is one of the main constituents of the smell of the sea-shore.


Toadstools like this Wood Blewit smell wonderful.


Freshly ground coffee is a top ten smell.


Apple and cinnamon - yum.


And who can resist the smell of chocolate?

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16 comments:

  1. I'll definitely be having a plate of that lamb with a thick slice of bread. With apple cinnamon dessert!

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  2. Ooooh I loved your post especially the lamb pilaf and the fresh bread!

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  3. OH MY GOODNESS...now, I'm extremely hungry. Your photos are wonderful, as usual ♥

    So...when can I come for dinner at your house?

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  4. I LOVE Apple and cinnamon! YUMMY!

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  5. Oh oh oh oh I looooved every one..well except the catapillar..ewwww! Do they smell??
    Fresh bread and lamb stew..apples and cinnamon...now I am hungry!!
    Delicious shootout!! Hugs, Sarah

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  6. Fresh bread smells wafting through a house turn it into a home I think. Add the lamb pilaf and apple and cinnamon and you have all the comforts of home. Leave the caterpillar and fungus outside if you don't mind.
    Great shoot out.

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  7. Have you been to Sissinghurst Castle? I have been watching on TV.

    Your cabbages, do you smell the cabbage or the caterpillar?

    Lamb pilaf with home made bread, a welcoming home during our winter,

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  8. I love walking around the bakery, because the smell of freshly baked bread is so heavenly!

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  9. No Ann, I haven't been to Sissinghurst. I have only once been to Kent - it's the 'wrong' side of London for me.

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  10. love all your smells! they look delicious and you are making me hungry. apples and cinnamon my fav to smell and eat!!

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  11. Apples and cinnamon, fresh baked bread, lamb pilaf and fresh brewed coffee....
    I can smell them all.
    Wonderful photos....

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  12. You can smell when it's snowing??

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  13. Wow, you have definitely opened up my smelling senses. Everything looks so enticing and I can smell it all. The fresh baked bread....yummy! Love the photo of the coffee. That is a great shot.

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  14. oh yes GB you can smell when its snowing, you can smell the rain in the desert - you can smell the fog. all different

    I have never had lamb pilaf. sound great though. do you have a recipe?

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  15. Yes GingerV I too can smell rain and fog. It's snow I'm less sure that I can detect. But then it's many years since I've experienced snow so it may well be that I've just forgotten.

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  16. Yes GingerV -= as it happens there's a recipe on my recipe blog!

    lamb pilaf recipe

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