Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Wordless Wednesday


 


42 comments:

  1. ah, ha! Trying to stump us again, Carol? My guess is sesame seeds. Maybe. Could be.

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  2. OK...I'm fessing up...I googled to see if there are black sesame seeds. (Not a real cook here, you know.) And there are....so my guess is also sesame seeds!...Debbie

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  3. Yes, black and white sesame seeds.

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  4. I though maybe it was some new kind of rice cripy cereal.
    Rita

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  5. That is a MAJOR close-up, Carol. Took me a while to figure it out (I didn't cheat and look at comments, either)!

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  6. Beautiful contrast, and texture!

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  7. Thanks for the reminder, I need to pick some up for my homemade bread:@)

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  8. Pretty picture! It's a great pic, close up and not blurry at all!

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  9. yum yum. you can never go wrong with sesame seeds.

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  10. I say sesame seeds too...but even if I am wrong they are attractive.

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  11. I started to say watermelon seeds! HA!

    Hope you're having a great week.

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  12. Pass the bagels! My face is sesame.

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  13. I have never seen black ones, but they look kinda of like pine nuts.

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  14. i love making a mixture of black and white sesame seeds and sea salt to sprinkle on my challah before i bake it!

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  15. I was thinking some kind of bird seed mix! Ha!
    Great close-up shot!
    Lea

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  16. I could only guess, black seeds of watermelon. I always love your WW post. Will come back again for the answer!

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  17. Gee, I feel silly. I was going to ask if they were northern beans. Of course, I know nothing of beans or sesame seeds. :-)

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  18. They don't look like sesame to me but I usually have the brown ones. The light ones remind me of a kind of melon seed which is used in Indian sweets

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  19. Took me a moment too, and I've got a ton of them right in my pantry LOL. Fun one Carol.

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  20. I think they are sesame seeds, so I guess I am voting with the majority.

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  21. I had to look twice but then I guessed sesame seeds and saw that everyone else did too! Nice job.

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  22. Love the monochrome look of the photo. I'm guessing sesame seeds. Love 'em!

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  23. Love this picture!! I read the comments first before realizing it was a guessing game!!! :-) So no guessing here since I slipped up and read what it is !!! Great shot!

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  24. Great picture - I'll go with the group and say sesame seeds but honestly I have no clue.

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  25. Oops! I forgot to buy sesame seeds for my Chinese salad. Thanks for the reminder!

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  26. Oops! I forgot to buy sesame seeds for my Chinese salad. Thanks for the reminder!

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  27. I like the nearly monochrome texture. It's quite abstract.

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  28. I have no clue, but I like the color combo!
    ~Judy

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  29. They're black and white sesame seeds!

    Thank you the guesses and the comments. Have a great week!

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  30. Wow! I would have never guessed it!

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