Friday, December 3, 2010

You first eat with your eyes

 When you're eating, there's nothing like a nicely displayed lunch.  A bit of color and some careful arrangement, and it makes the food all that much more delicious. 
Portion control is one of the keys here -- too much, and they won't be able to have dessert.  Too little and there will be squealing. 
 Carefully served, each portion ladled out with a special flair, the holiday season is here.  A salad course is often a way to clear your palate.  Celery adds a special sort of crunch to a hearty salad
But we can't forget the main course; here, bread and fruit predominate, with an aperitif of roses.  The pigs sure do love their food.  If they can't eat it, they'll lay in it.  Or do both.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

My goodness! Where do you get such a large pile of vegetables?

Kevin Kossowan said...

Hah. I laughed.

John Schneider - Gold Forest Grains said...

That all looks good enough for me to eat and the dining companions could be worse. Wish I was there!