Saturday, June 22, 2013

haiku heights #258



lettuce wraps around
us on lazy afternoon
kimchi spicy hot





18 comments:

  1. Ahh, I love kimchi! Nice haiku!

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  2. LaTonya, The pure foodiness of this grabs me. I can't wait to be settled and making kimchi again.

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  3. Alice I love to eat. I'm a foodie wannabe. DH says when I actually start cooking I can call myself a foodie. lol

    Hello wordcoaster and one, welcome to Black & Gray and thank you for commenting.

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  4. Any thing spicy hot is welcome for me!! :)Makes a good accompaniment with meals!!

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  5. I've read of Kimchi but never tried it. Should I?

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  6. J, if you like spicy, do try. My DH introduced me to it and we eat it in wraps, stirfry with eggs. He eats it out the jar. :-)

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  7. Thanks for introducing me to Kimchi, I had never heard of it. Sounds good.

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  8. I don't know what is Kimchi but that will soon be remedied.

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  9. Le Willow, it's Korean, pickled cabbage. It's spicy. It's aged from weeks to years.

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  10. Haiku about food for this prompt hasn't really thrilled me but you captivated me with yours not even knowing what kimchi is (I see above). The words are so enticing.

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  11. Maggie, give me a plate of food and I'm a happy girl. I get the challenge taking what is traditionally about nature and shifting to food but we're poets, we seem to create collaborations others would not. :-)

    Glad you like it.

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  12. Reading PleasureJune 24, 2013 at 8:45 AM

    very nicely done

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  13. Reading PleasureJune 24, 2013 at 8:45 AM

    very nicely done

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  14. Nice, a lazy lunch, can it get any more delicious:)

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  15. This one made me smile. Well done.

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  16. Thank you, Sara and Lolly. As you know I follow your work. You have real talent.

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