Sunday, January 15, 2012

Kitchen

One of the staples in our kitchen pantry.

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  1. We use the same brand but "Extra Virgin" made from the Olives that can run the fastest! I think?

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  2. A little spice added . . . some bread cut thick . . . and a glass of red wine . . .

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  3. Like Lois said! Or maybe add a dash of Balsamic vinegar. Yumm!

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  4. One of my favorite cooking staples. Great picture.

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  5. If yer cooking its GOT to be olive oil...great brand

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  6. The first thing I noticed was how well your post coordinated with your banner...LOL!

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  7. the glimpse of the jars behind is tantalising but too small - I would like a less tightly cropped image that shows more of the out of focus pantry items to add colour and interest to the image - but the label is a nice 'picture within a picture' shot.

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  8. I like Helen's idea...we need some bread and wine!

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  9. Hi Val,
    One of my favorites. Love their label, very colorful. Have a great day!

    Sherrie

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  10. Such pretty graphics on this label and so nicely photographed. The blue item behind is a nice contrast.

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  11. Hi Rose. Lovely idea and nice and sharp. But like Rose, I too would have liked a little less emphasis on the olive oil to bring some more depth to the shot. Well done.
    M.

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  12. Gotta love it....especially with some minced garlic....yummmmmmmmm.

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  13. All you need is basil and a fresh loaf of bread for dipping!!

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  14. Glad I already had dinner otherwise I might be tempted to add some fresh bread, garlic and olive oil to the menu!

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  15. All this talk of food has made me hungry. Nice shot!

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  16. Great color and a staple for sure. Just because I'm nosy it would be fun to see farther into your pantry...

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  17. Lois spoke out what I think ... but must be a very good olive oil!

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  18. My favorite oil, but I prefer a good Greek oil rather than Italian or Spanish. (But it's getting harder to find!)
    Darn, you made me hungry!

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  19. My favorite oil, but I prefer a good Greek oil rather than Italian or Spanish. (But it's getting harder to find!)
    Darn, you made me hungry!

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