Friday, June 17, 2011

Haiku my Heart Friday-Mango Salsa


peel chop squeeze toss taste
bright hot sweet like Mexico
summer in a bowl









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12 comments:

Fran aka Redondowriter said...

Oh yum! I haven't had breakfast yet this morning and these photos and your haiku, tightly and beautifully written, make my mouth water. How colorful these photos are. I forget sometimes that a still life is right in my kitchen--or anywhere.

Barbara said...

One of my favorites!

Snap said...

Oh Yes!!!!! Color, taste, dance .. recipe. You've shared a bit of everything! I think I have mango left!!!!

Spadoman said...

Very cool! Literally and figuratively. Your recipe is a little different than mine. How about if I try yours you'll try mine? (That's okay, I'll try yours anyway) Looks great!

I don't use serranos or red bell pepper.
I use New Mexican green chiles, tomato and some pineapple.

Great haiku too!

Peace

Dawn Elliott said...

I swear, my mouth watered when I read your haiku today! Simply scrumptious!

Thanks for the lovely comment on my post today, you sweetie you!

I posted some pic's of Rebecca from earlier trips to Mexico, called "Thanks to Rebecca," if you want to check 'em out!

Meri said...

Succulent image
moisture drips from ripe mangoes
summer flavored lime

Marit said...

Sunny and warm and rich haiku and photos makes me hungry! Love it Deb!

foxysue said...

Your book will be FAB!

Sue x

Paintdiva said...

I so love mangoes. We have haiku room by room today and yours is the kitchen haiku that may sneak into a painting of mangos someday.

rebecca said...

i volunteer to help you with your cookbook!!!!

i hope we can spend some time together...sampling your recipes. just imagine, after a generous helping of laughter, healthy splashing of red wine, the sexy, imaginative, X-rated names your sumptuous creations will receive!!!

oh la la!!

thanks for the mouth rush haiku!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I'm ready, ready, ready for a mouthful!

Cheryl said...

I'm lickin' my chops, Deb. You really know how to photograph food, don't you? I swear, I could lick the screen and taste it.

Wonderful haiku.