Phunny Phood Photos

My daughter spent a semester in Europe recently and took some really spectacular photos — landscapes, famous monuments, cathedrals, her feet.

And most of her food.

Haggis in Scotland.

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Clean Haggis Plate Club.

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A gorgeous photo of her lunch in Amsterdam — apple tart and cocoa.

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Best. Potato. Ever. Coupled with a hefty scone, tea and the most intense clotted cream ever.
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Chili and rice in Windsor.

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Duh.

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Irn Bru and a Scottish sandwich.

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It was pizza, Firefly tea and Cadbury’s. The Breakfast of Champions. Word is, the tea was unremarkable. But it was called Firefly (her favorite tv show)!

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Coleslaw/cheddar sandwich, firecracker lobster chips, blackcurrant juice, and a Mars bar.

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Her friends went all out for her birthday party.

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As an homage to her, and because she was absent, I took a photo of my plate at Thanksgiving.

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What’s your favorite Food From Another Land?

0 thoughts on “Phunny Phood Photos

    1. beckycc

      I don’t even know what Moussaka is, but I love going to the Greek Festival here in Denver and stuffing my face with all kinds of other Greek goodies … so I bet I’d like it too!

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  1. Cormac Brown

    Moussaka is oven-baked eggplant with ground lamb, greek spices, topped with bechamel sauce.

    I love the sambusa (also called “samosa,” depending on the country), which is a little turnover filled with potato, or lentils, or meat.

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