Feb 11, 2011

The Taste of Love

Hi readers! I'm traveling for work this week so I'm leaving you in the hands of some fabulous guest bloggers to talk about love - people they love, things they love, or just love in general. (This just might have something to do with a lovely giveaway coming soon!)

Ashley talked about food love earlier in the week, and here today to finish it off is Natalie from The Southern Hostess. She's a fabulous photographer with a penchant for making and eating the most amazing food with her husband - first in Seattle, and now in their new home in New York City. (Be sure to check out her awesome video of her cross-country road trip!)


There is something about food and love. They often go hand in hand.

People say:

The kitchen is the heart of the home.
The way to a man's heart is through his stomach.
I love you like a fat kid loves cake.

All I know is when someone shares a meal with me, cooks for me, brings me a cupcake form my favorite bakery, I feel loved, so love comes in all sorts of flavors.
Love tastes like...

...grandma's hamburger soup and her Italian cream cake.
...oatmeal and a cup of morning coffee with mom.
...pizza on a Friday night at home with my husband.
...a bowl of popcorn and a coke shared with granddad.
...tea and scones with my best girlfriends.
...my mother-in-law's apple pie.
...dad's meticulously prepared gourmet meals.
...indulging in a spoonful of brownie batter.

Love is salty and sweet and everything in between.

What do you think readers? Are there certain foods that taste like love to you? 

A BIG thank you to all my guest bloggers this week! I'll be back next week with that giveaway I've been hinting about!

(Photo: The SoHo)

1 comment:

Lisa from Lisa's Yarns said...

Love is my mom's home-cooked Thanksgiving meal.

Love is gluten free cupcakes made by a good friend for my birthday.

Love is a cold lemonata San Pellegrino.

Love is my sister's home-made butternut squash risotto.

Love is a cold coke that my grandfather would offer us when we'd come to visit (we were not allowed to have soda when we were kids so this was a huge treat!)

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