Friday, February 27, 2009

For the Armchair Traveling Foodies


Chips and various kinds of salsa and spicy sauces.



Coconut Shrimp. I can't even tell you how good the above dishes were! This was just one of our many lunches on the island.

11 comments:

sprizee said...

YUM!

Sherry Stewart said...

OMG, I knew that didn't look American!!

Maya said...

It was good ladies! I wish I had some now...

अविनाश said...

first time visitor2 ur blog, must say u have gt some love captures in ur kitty

Maya said...

Thanks for visiting and the compliments!

Tash said...

I like the fuzzy looking shrimp & many parts of it ARE eatible.

So when it snows in Seattle it pours snow? This must be a recordbreaking year.

D.C. Confidential said...

Hm. This post reminds me that I haven't had breakfast yet. Must do that...

So, was the food as tasty as it looks?

Chuck Pefley said...

Looks and sounds delicious! Personally, I'd prefer not to have the little legs included ... in decent exposure -:)

You didn't escape your blue period altogether in Mexico ... but you did find many bright colors to mix the palette up a bit.

Fun images!

Maya said...

tash: I know! This winter has been crazy!

dc: The food was yummy!

chuck: Hah! I may just return to the blue period now that I'm back in Seattle. However, I still have many colorful Mexico shots to play with for awhile...

Dusty Lens said...

Coconut shrimp looks great I wonder if D.C. will have coconut shrimp for breakfast?

Maya said...

dusty: She might not find any as good as this was in D.C.!