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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Christmas Angel?

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I was making a fruit salad on Christmas Eve and found this
in the package of strawberries!

63 comments:

  1. Been a while since we had one of these posts!

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  2. I know...my food has been strangely...normal! ha.

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  3. Betsy this look absolutely beauty:)))

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  4. Wow! That is a Super Strawberry!!!

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  5. It is a beauty! And it looked so much like angel wings, I had to take it's picture! ha.

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  6. haha poor grape face got beat by a strawberry of all things
    I guess he just couldn't muster up a pair of wings
    Maybe someone rang a bell
    And something got criss crossed in some heavenly well
    Then the poor angel lost it's wings to that berry
    I suppose it beats a cherry
    Or some prancing fairy
    Let's not even discuss something of dairy
    Now I'm done
    You're food can be so fun..haha

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  7. Was sweet Betsy ?because sometimes whe are bigger are not so sweet. I love strawberries<.)

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  8. Again, you have come up with a real winner. And the timing for an angel to show up for dinner, perfect.

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  9. Pat

    Too bad I didn't save grape face!
    I could have attached it for a head in the right place!
    Although the wrinkly raisin wouldn't look very heavenly
    and maybe even a bit scary!

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  10. Gloria ~ I don't know! I just sliced it up with the rest! I thought they all tasted good, but don't know which ones were the angel! ha.

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  11. we are in strawberries season here:)

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  12. Christine ~ yes, it was like it was just meant to be. I hadn't felt any Christmas spirit and that really made me smile. ha.

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  13. are beauty for this time of the year (you are in winter)

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  14. Right, Gloria...it certainly wasn't grown in Ohio right now! We had a little snow today!

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  15. I love watermelon but I didn't eat yet are SO COST,

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  16. Is amazing all the fruits you can see from other countries:)in the market I made a dessert to Christmas with strawberries, I think maibe is my nest post:)

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  17. My Harry loves watermelon! We buy them all summer when the price is low but when it gets too expensive, we buy more apples and pears. ha.

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  18. And I still haven't found a quince!

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  19. Is curious Betsy because in others part of Ameruca (US) friends talk me about quinces and make jam, I hope take some pictures of mt quince tree to show you but now are not mature:)

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  20. I always think in North America You find ALL:) about fruits I mean:)

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  21. I know! I think I need to try one of the other markets that carries more of a variety from other countries. This grocery that I go to doesn't have much in the way of exotic produce.

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  22. Well anyway if you find I have some recipes with quinces and I want make some little empanadas that have pears and quince jam, I know you love pears, me too, I see today but are so cost still!!

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  23. Betsy I have to go, my son want the PC (lol) but is OK, hopw you sleep well and see you tomorrow:)

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  24. bye, Gloria! Post some quinces when they are mature. :)

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  25. can i get an angel to deliver me strawberries that size! you know we looked for them all over for christmas and there were none in town...

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  26. Brian ~ Wal-mart Super Center. And they were cheap!

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  27. I'm not sure if its the size or the shape I'm most impressed with!

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  28. and hey, Brian...were you asking me to deliver strawberries? hahaha.

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  29. Anita ~ I know! And the rest of the strawberries were quite small! ha. Maybe somebody wanted to make sure I saw it and that it made a big impression! ;)

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  30. Organic?
    Grown special for Christmas
    Or twin fruit.
    Any which way, Great find!

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  31. Well what a "heavenly" salad those angel strawberries made!!

    Happy New Year Betsy.. How are you liking your shorter hair??

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  32. Wanda ~ I don't like it short! Ack! hahaha...I miss it long! Grow! Grow! :)

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  33. that is such a cool gift from the land, right to your kitchen:)

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  34. That is sweet! Good eyes see good things! :D

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  35. Betsy, that's for sure a good sign :-)

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  36. I hope this brings you luck now. Heh. :)

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  37. Definitely awesome!!!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  38. Hi Betsy .. absolutely - what an amazing strawberry .. Hearts to you and your family for all time .. Happy days .. Hilary

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  39. Awwwwww!!! How lovely!!! It hearts you!! Yay! take care
    x

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  40. Betsy how you wake up? If have time see my post I made yesterday with cherry tomatos maybe you like the next I will post the strawberries dessert and I will link with THIS post dear:)

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  41. It's been awhile since we have had a fruit or veggie creature post!! How fun to find an angel on Christmas Eve! blessings ~ tanna

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  42. I am not sure if it is just me but the strawberry reminded me of a butterfly. I saw what looked like the two little antennas at the top and the body, while the strawberry looked like wings. Then I saw everyone thought it looked like an angel and I went to look again and still saw the butterfly in the larger picture and a snow angel in the smaller one. Must be because I am still sick. Big sigh!!

    God bless.

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  43. Love it! I love how God reminds us in different ways that He's with us and has everything under control :) I really need those reminders sometimes more than others! Have a wonderful day!

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  44. Mrs.U ~ Yes, it could be a butterfly, but on Christmas Eve it looked like an angel to me!

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  45. Gloria ~ can't wait to see both of your posts!

    I hadn't made chicken parmesan in ages and did last week. And it was so good, I'm making it again! ha.

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  46. today I will make a fast paella, I have to feed a lot people (ha) !

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  47. Gloria ~ Yum. That sounds wonderful! I've never made it!

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  48. Betsy after my strawberries recipe I will post paella, I made with seafood but I know some people or kids dont like, you can use chicken or pork or other meat (lol)

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  49. I don't know how these weirdly shaped fruits & veg always seem to find you. All the stuff I get is boringly normal. It does look like an angel - or a big pink heart.

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  50. love seafood, gloria...most of it anyway. :)

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  51. jenny ~ they DO find me! It's the oddest thing. Or they find everyone and I'm the odd one in noticing. lol....

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  52. What a sweet suprise! Angelic & might I add .. huge!

    Hope you had a wonderful Christmas Betsy .. and all the best of wishes for the New Year!

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  53. Only God would have YOU choose the pkg. with something special in it...He knows how you notice. =) WOW!!

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  54. Oh, lovely, a strawberry angel! Or a heart... very cool.

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  55. Betsy about Paella, Im glad you like but I think in the kids, mine eat seafood but my nephew and others dont like (lol)

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  56. Is her name, Strawberry Shortcake perhaps? :) "sweet"

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