Wednesday, March 6, 2013

BLACK AND WHITE WEDNESDAY #74 - PUDDING IS IN THE AIR

- Pretty Verrines -

This picture was submitted to "Black & White Wednesday", an event created by Susan at "The Well-Seasoned Cook". It will be hosted on the 13th of March by Cinzia at "Cindystarblog" (click here in order to see who is hosting the next roundup).

42 comments:

  1. toujours si beau !
    pourtant en ouvrant la page, à chaque fois, Rosa, chaque fois...cette poire me coupe le souffle et me donne envie de la croquer ! pardon !
    Bises et belle soirée Rosa

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  2. Tes photos en B&W sont chaque semaine si différentes et tellement expressives. J'adore vraiment ce que tu fais. Bravo ! Quel talent tu as.
    Des bises gourmandes.

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  3. Is that tapioca pudding? Beautiful pic Rosa!

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  4. I adore pudding no matter what its hue. ;)

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  5. Who doesn't like pudding? And more to the point, who doesn't like your photos? Wonderful job. Again. ;-) Thank you.

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  6. Pudding is always welcome..Love it :)
    Nice click and i love the glass!

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  7. I love puddings Rosa and this picture look awesome:)

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  8. That is a perfect picture to submit!
    Cheers,
    Dewi

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  9. An amazing blac&white! A great art here!

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  10. Pudding looks tasty and the B&W photo is so rustic & shows off wonderful details!!

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  11. Que c'est beau..I bet one day we will get a glimpse of the color version:)And it will be as equally lovely:)

    Your pretzel buns were pinned again today by someone I follow:) they are gorgeous too.

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  12. Your pudding looks good in B&W! :-)

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  13. Oh, celle-ci je suis curieuse de voir ce que ca donnera en couleur!
    Bises et bonen journee.

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  14. some things require color to be beautiful, but others do not. pudding does not. :)

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  15. A lovely photo Rosa ~ I would love to try the pudding :)

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  16. Love the grain of the wooden table. Makes tapioca very interesting

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  17. Another example of stunning black & white photography.
    Sam

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  18. There is something so comforting and wonderful about pudding. Just need a spoon.

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  19. looks delightful Rosa, so may textures.

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  20. Beautiful! And so many interesting textures for pudding!

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  21. Even black and white pudding looks so delicious, Rosa!

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  22. Gorgeous B & W picture, and can't wait to see it in all colours! Bises xx
    Cheers
    Mamat

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  23. I am always fascinated by beautiful b/w pictures on your blog..breathtaking shot.

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  24. This was a bit of a surprise when I read pudding and saw a verrine! :D

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  25. °º✿✿
    °º✿ FELIZ DIA INTERNACIONAL DA MULHER!
    º° ✿✿ ♫° ·.

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  26. Des petits bijoux ces verrines!

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  27. your writing is beautiful....i read the post twice...and bookmarked it for reading again sometime today !!

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  28. I love pudding. This looks so comforting!

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  29. Oh my oh my Rosa...these looks so deliciously Spring n yummy...

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  30. Verrines are so lovely - to eat from and to look at.

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  31. I've been meaning to cook with Tapioca for ages, these puddings loo divine. So glad I stumbled onto your blog again after such a long time, I'm following you via Bloglovin now, to make sure I don't miss another of your gorgeous posts!

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  32. Love at first bite! :-)
    Both for the picture than the verrine :-)
    The gallery is online:

    http://cindystarblog.blogspot.it/2013/03/blak-white-wednesday-week-74-gallery.html

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  33. Rosa, the pictures are wonderful, I like the the difference textures of the pudding.
    Looks magical.

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  34. I just wish I could have paert of your talent...so beautiful as always

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  35. This little treat looks perfect. I could sit and stare at your photography all day--absolutely stunning!

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