Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: A dish of...

71 comments:

  1. LOL, no, but that sounds really good!

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  2. er looks like coal that you have pound and put in a nice bowl and make everyone go oooooooh that looks lovely dear :P hehe, seriously what is that!!

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  3. Dear Carol, I'm unable to speak too—it's only Tuesday.

    In any event, wishful thinking dictates that cute little vessel is carrying ground-up Oreos (or as Thumper would say, Romeos).

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  4. I keep going back and I wonder if it's not tea.

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  5. Nope, not coal, not tea! and I wish they were Romeo's! LOL!

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  6. I know, but I do not want to ruin it. Sssssssssss :)

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  7. LOL, Kathleen, I know you know!
    Shhhhh!

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  8. Uncooked coffee grounds? That sounds neither romantic nor adventurous, but to these old tired eyes they look like Folger's coffee crystals. Sorry, it was the best I could do :-) Have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  9. What have you burned this time, Carol! Is it huitlacoche in that little casserole...no matter, cute vessel.

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  10. "Black" Sea salt?

    charcoal filtering stuff?

    Stuff from the bottom of you purse?

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  11. forbidden rice? Cocoa nibs? chocolate covered cocoa nibs?

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  12. They look like oreo cookies crambled but I am not sure!

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  13. One of you guessed right!

    LOL, Susan, I knew you knew! and Debbie for sure!

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  14. Is your dish filled with currents - if so you will be making Eccles cakes I hope!

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  15. Wow, I have no idea. Is it something you cook with?

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  16. Someone must have been bad! Look like coal! lol!

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  17. Looks like black sea salt to me...but I'm guessing.

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  18. No clue, though some one already guessed it. :P

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  19. Black beans! Pero, donde esta el arroz?

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  20. coffee beans? dry black beans? I like the sound of dark chocolate oatmeal too :)

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  21. At first I thought black beans but I don't think that's right.

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  22. I'm stumped. I thought it was back beans, too. Or black-eyed peas, but don't think that's right, either.

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  23. My first thought caviar but it looks dryer then I would think it should be so perhaps forbidden rice?

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  24. I'll vote for coffee...I could almost smell the aroma! ;-)

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  25. My first guess is ground coffee beans :)

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  26. Is it black salt?
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  27. Hey, don't spoil the fun, I want to guess too! Its broken pieces of oreo cookies minus the cream...

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  28. LOL!
    All great guesses, I'll tell you tomorrow evening!

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  29. you totally stumped me....but if I had to guess, I would say it's crushed oreos.

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  30. Hmmmmmm....ground chocolate to make a cup of hot chocolate! That's what I'd be drinking right now if I could :)

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  31. I thought I knew my way around a kitchen, but I have no idea what that is. However, adorable dish!!! =D

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  32. I vote for the crushed chocolate cookies too.
    and I want a spoon to eat them.

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  33. I say coffee beans my eyes are to foggy yet this morning.

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  34. it looks like crushed up oreos hahah

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  35. I'm going to agree with someone above - crushed Oreo cookies without the white bit ...or maybe its just time for my lunch!

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  36. oreo cookies!!! yes thats what it is!!!

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  37. I was thinking black beans....but they do sort of look like oreo cookies. I'm loving the dish that they are in whatever they are. Cool game, Carol!

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  38. crushed oreos or raisins? Hi, I am your newest follower via the linky & would love it if you stopped by and followed me back :)


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  39. Well i have enlarged it, studied it, cogitated intensely and have come to the conclusion that they are little black things :-)

    Happy WW! and thank you for stopping by every Wednesday :-)

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  40. Happy WW :)

    I'm thinking black beans . . .

    Thanks for linking up to my WW linky . . . have a wonderful day!

    Gina
    http://myfloridaparadise.blogspot.com/2011/02/wordless-wednesday-lovely-lemurs.html

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  41. haha!
    it does look like coal, but that would be too silly!
    how about oreo crumbs?

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  42. I am impatiently waiting for my African Violet to blossom. Is that potting soil?

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  43. I have no clue either. I'm glad this is supposed to be a guessing game, because my first thought was "how am I supposed to comment on that?" LOL

    Happy WW! Thanks for linking up with me today.

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  44. now im wondering what that is?! but it looks pretty interesting.

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  45. hmmmm looks like the oreo I just ate without the frosting in the middle

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  46. Definitely oreo crumbs! What a fun game.

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  47. I am going with black sea salt too...it does look like coal though!

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  48. In case anyone comes back to check what it is, it's a dish of BLACK SALT!

    Thanks for playing, lots of fun guesses!

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  49. I would have not guessed black salt but, way cool. I am ashamed to say that my guess was going to be black beans (sigh).

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  50. Yes, I have to come back to check out the answer, and I guessed it wrong. But it was fun playing WORDLESS!

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  51. That was fun Carol! Have you tried the black salt?

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  52. yep, it's salt, LOL!!!!

    Great guessing though, thanks for playing everyone, that was fun!

    Deb, yes, I've used it. It looks cool on top of stuff with a light sauce. Like alfredo!

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  53. salt LOL! I was going to say the food of the Gods. ;)

    I found you through the blog hop.

    I'm following. :)

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