13 January 2009

Eye Candy





18 comments:

Rita said...

Oh, that huge tray of Baklava....Not for the eyes, that's for sure!

taiyyaba said...

ya salaam! what beautiful shots!

Y said...

Wow those pomegranates look absolutely amazing!

Merav said...

Beautiful photos.
Were you in Israel?!

From a great fan of your blog!

Ehud said...

Welcome to Israel

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Mark Scarbrough said...

This makes me yearn for Morocco--or even just for a good Middle Eastern market anywhere near me in rural Connecticut. I feel a road trip to Queens coming on!

Anonymous said...

Yes indeed! Are those pomegranates? Wonderful! Thank you!
Joanne (Westchester, NY)

Azita said...

These photos remind me of home... those large pomegranates, spices and that baklava tray. Beautiful pictures. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Wow! Beautiful!

Kitchen Flavours said...

Yummy clicks...

Noor said...

Yum it all looks amazing as usual. Love your blog added you to my blog roll. I was away for awhile traveling but good to be back catching up.

Melissa said...

Your pictures are wonderous! That tray of baklava makes my mouth water. And the pomerganates look like enormous jewels. Nice work ;)

Brilynn said...

The pomegranates! Wow!

Anonymous said...

A man from Israel once laughed at me while I picked out pomegranates in a London supermarket. I now know why!

renaye said...

oooh .. it's baklava!! lots lots of baklava!! yummy.

Justine said...

I can just say one thing to describe these: beautiful.

They reminds me of the souk when I was there this summer. Thank you for the wonderful memories. You've inspired me to put some of my pictures online!
I'll put links to them on my blog.


Justine

Sage Gallagher said...

The pomegranates are amazing! I'm glad I happened on your site while looking for a red velvet cake recipe. I love Arabic food too. I've been told I make good baklava, but seeing those amazing trays of it makes me wish for a trip.