Tuesday 10 March, 2015 by Uncle Spike
| Tags: cyclades, food, greece, greek islands, photography, POSTADAY, restaurant, salad, syros, Travel
hmmm that’s a lot of green! I’d have to have dressing on that to disguise the taste
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What if you found out that healthy stuff was good for your voice… haha, that’d get ya Missy H 😀
Haven’t you heard of vitamin tablets all the goodness none of the taste 😜
Never touched them, never will…
I have started eating more asparagus and broad beans 😁
That’s a surprise; not your normal starter greens … 🙂
I’ve been made to eat sprouts 😝, cabbage 😩, broccoli 😒, green beans 😁 I’m running out of green veg to try 😀.
I eat peas, sweetcorn and carrots all the time 👍
You need to try stuff fresh off the plant, like within an hour – the taste is completely, and I mean totally different 🙂
What a beautifully made salad!
What’s under the greens ? Couldn’t tell if it was toasted bread ? potatoes ? chicken breast ? No matter which, looks inviting.
Grilled chook 😀
Looks very yummy!
looks delicious set it on the floor please I will scarf it
This looks soooooo good! 🙂
Yup, me too (hopefully its vegetarian) and its lunch time out here right now 😦
Yep, apart from the chicken bits (sorry) 🙂
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