Sunday, January 29, 2012

Mag 102 1/29/12 Yummy Lunch

                                                 Red Spot II, Wallisy Kandinsky

Hands on smooth china,
          on a wooden black handled knife,
               a white cutting board.
Hands washing parsnip and carrot
          red  potato, pepper and beans
           cucumber, black olive.

After chopping and dicing 
    we tossed all with lemon pepper and oil;
   served ovals of bread 
   with cubed yellow cheese.








20 comments:

Brian Miller said...

so what time is lunch...sounds like it will be a fine meal...ha unique take on this...i like it...

Sub-Radar-Mike said...

This poem is good enough to eat.

Cad said...

A feast in more ways than one...

Laurie Kolp said...

Makes me hungry! = )

Martin said...

Hey, who's inspiring who? A tasty treat.

booguloo said...

Of course it is and I haven't eaten yet. Nice write.

Kay said...

loved your take on this...x

zongrik said...

making sushi?

iron mased fighter

Mama Zen said...

Cool take on the picture!

Sue said...

Yes. Food is art, too.

=)

Helen said...

Ready, willing and able to consume this one!!

Tumblewords: said...

Delicious piece!

Trellissimo said...

That is sooooo exactly what the picture looks like! A 1970's chopping board. Excellent!

Lyn said...

Now I know what I'm having for dinner! So clever and yummy!!

Isabel Doyle said...

When is the cook book coming out? the cafe opening? can I make a reservation please?

Isabel x

Steve E said...

IZZY!
Before I eat--grin--could you give me name of book you're reading?

Is the New Path by Swami Kriyananda?

Thanks! Now, I CHOW DOWN! Ummmmmmm!

PEACE!

G-Man said...

Izzy-Bella...
What a Devine Dejeuner!!!

(Double Entendre?)

Lydia said...

Yes! I see all of your feast and kitchen pieces here. It's marvelous what you did with this, izzy. I am most in love with the black olive!

Margaret said...

Nice! (this does sound so good!) This is the first Magpie I had nothing for...

Susie Clevenger said...

Love your lunch take on the prompt..I didn't see food in the photo..amazing what different eyes will see!