Weekly Photo Challenge: LUNCHTIME

Oh, is this ever a fruitful (pun intended) category!

Nothing I like more than to whip out the iPhone (discreetly, no flash) and take a photo of what I am about to savor, dinner, lunchtime, even breakfast. Since this week’s challenge is Lunchtime, let’s look at the easiest ever, this week, picked up at the local supermarket. All the hard work done by the sushi guy!

Sushi lunch from Stop n Shop!

I added a pot of tea:

Pot of Tea

As the French say, Miam!

Oops, I almost forgot dessert —

Green Apple

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22 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: LUNCHTIME

  1. pauline says:

    I’ve never been able to develop a taste for sushi but your photographs are wonderful.

  2. tms says:

    “Pretty enough to eat”? I like that idea! And I like your pictures too, Judith – I never had a thing for food photography, but I am getting into it now…

    • Touch2Touch says:

      Oh, Tobias, it is the most fun! It adds an additional dimension to the food itself, which is already one of my Great Loves.
      I’m very curious to see what you will show us, if you choose to enter this realm —

  3. Amar Naik says:

    nice pics. sushi is definitely on my menu this week πŸ™‚

    http://amarnaik.wordpress.com/2013/03/16/weekly-photo-challenge-lunchtime/

  4. Michael says:

    Rather a sparse lunch, remembering our dining together.

  5. Such artful presentations for lunch!

  6. Gemma says:

    Sushi, tea and a Granny Smith. Right up my alley.;-)

    • Touch2Touch says:

      You’re invited for lunch whenever you’re in the neighborhood! (And there’s usually a piece of chocolate for dessert as well. Just didn’t manage a picture of that.)

  7. Okay, you will have to explain sushi to me… I have only tried it once. I went in and asked the server to help me decide what to try. He had no advice or direction to offer. I blindly chose and made the wrong choice. So many people like it, but after my one try my daughters and I are not quick to go and try again.

    • Touch2Touch says:

      Sorry about that, Tara. It’s true — you do have to be properly introduced to sushi. I was lucky, I had a Japanese friend who did so, and I’ve never looked back.
      California rolls are very user-friendly, but even with those it’s a different taste than you’re used to. Sushi is cold, for one thing, and I think Americans are more used to having their rice hot. If it’s meant to happen, the right person will come along to lead you. And if it’s not, well, I bet there’s fabulous Mexican food in San Diego!

  8. A well plated and presented meal is a joy to behold. I’m a part of the food paparazzi.

  9. Stef says:

    I would never know your sushi meal was from the grocery store; the beautiful presentation makes all the difference!

    • Touch2Touch says:

      That’s the most fun, the “presentation.”
      Even a peanut butter and jelly sandwich can benefit —
      πŸ˜‰

      • Stef says:

        You betcha! A plain ol’ PB&J might be pretty boring; but a PB&J that has been cut into the shape of a star is FANTASTIC! (A ‘cheat’ way to get a kid to eat.) πŸ˜‰

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