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Coma
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Scavenger hunt #202 . . . . 6-18 thru 6-30

The subject of this hunt is "FOOD".

The more creative, the better; including lighting, angles and content.

Scavenger hunt #202 will run thru the end of June, when I will choose the next host from all of the submissions.

Everyone knows the rules, Have fun and keep the image under 1024 pixels on the longest side.

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June is National Gay Pride Month


jaykaykay
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Juicy.......

It's time for me to post here again.

krazyboi
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reply to Coma
korean kimbap... like our take on the california roll..



orion940
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NIKON D3100
30mm 1/60th F4.5 ISO720


Out Of the Oven
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NIKON D3100
30mm 1/60th F4.5 ISO400


Ready To Eat
Not only pictures, but a recipe to go with it. I learned how to make cornbread in a skillet when I lived in Texas. Blueberries just showed up in the stores up here, so I splurged.

1.5 cups cornmeal
.5 cup white flour
1 t salt (to taste)
3 t baking powder

1 egg
1 cup milk (I use some variety of low fat milk)
1/4 cup canola oil (If you have no regard for heart health, use cooled down clarified butter)

Put a 6" cast iron skillet in the over and heat the oven to 425. Mix the dry ingredients in a bowl and the liquid ingredients in another. It will take about a half hour for the skillet to get as hot as its going to. Take it out with a potholder, put some canola oil in the bottom, swirl it around and put it back in the oven. Combine the wet/dry and any additions (chopped hot japleno's are good too). Take the skillet out, swish the oil around getting it up on the sides, and pour off excess oil. Put the mixture in the skillet, it will sizzle, bake it at 425 for about 20-30 mins.

I've used that skillet for nothing but corn bread, so it's well seasoned. First couple times doing it might not be as smooth as pictured, but that's never the case .

The second is the contest entry.

O.
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jaykaykay
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I was curious as to what was in this delicious dish so went searching for recipes. I found that, "traditional fillings include seasoned vegetables, egg, meat and/or imitation crab, but these days anything goes. From Seoul to NYC, fillings range from cheesy to spicy to fresh. Kimbap is like the Korean version of a sandwich- you can change the filling to fit any diet, palate, or occasion." It now sounds even better than before.

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robs440
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Canon PowerShot A560
5.8mm 1/60th F2.6 ISO200

midnite snack. well 11:43pm anyway.


robs440
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Canon PowerShot A560
5.8mm 1/60th F7.1 ISO80

Been dying for some of this for 7 years. No one sells anything remotely like it in Florida.

An interesting fact for JKK. I bought this in a Fry's down near you last week.


Coma
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reply to robs440
said by robs440:

midnite snack.


Still green, not nearly ripe.

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jaykaykay
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reply to robs440
Too green, that pineapple. Eat the chili that you make with that can of good stuff you bought near here.


Coma
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Panasonic DMC-ZS7
4.1mm 1/15th F3.3 ISO400






jaykaykay
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Excellent choice! As often as I look at food like that, I never considered it for this thread.


robs440
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reply to jaykaykay
man i miss good southwestern green chili on my burritos, or mixed with mexican velveeta.

Mom and sis live in queen creek, so i visited and found it down there.


robs440
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reply to jaykaykay
notice on that pineapple, there are two more stocks growing out the side. we should get two more pineapples from it if we play our cards right.

krazyboi
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yup the prep time takes quite a bit-cutting and cooking all the individual foods to go in it, but you'll end up with a great finished product you can tailor to your liking... we've used beef, crab meat, hot dogs, spam for the meat... cuccumbers, carrots, korean pickles, etc for the veggies...

not bad considering that if you buy it at a store, they’ll charge $4-6 a roll

krazyboi
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took a trip to the farmer's market...



Coma
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I forgot what day it was

Anyway . . . I choose krazyboi See Profile to host scavenger hunt #203, because that korean kimbap looks just yummy.

krazyboi
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said by Coma:


I forgot what day it was

Anyway . . . I choose krazyboi See Profile to host scavenger hunt #203, because that korean kimbap looks just yummy.

Thanks Coma! The kimbap was so good we are thinking of making some for the 4th I'll get the next hunt up shortly...