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Monday, November 19, 2012

Blue Basin

Every Sunday in my hometown (in the Philippines) the city council allow farmers and fishermen to sell their catch and produce in these certain place. Many peple in the city goes to this place because all the vegetables, fruits and seafoods are fresh. When I was in the Philippines last May we went to the place and took pictures of the seafoods. One blue basin I spotted contain jelly fish I never know we can eat jelly fish. I did not buy it though I just took picture.


    See the tomatoes in red and orange/yellow, the hot pepper, onion and green onion. Looks good hehehe.

                                          Linking to BLUE MONDAY and RUBY RED TUESDAY


11 comments:

SmilingSally said...

I never have eaten jelly fish either. Thanks for playing today.

I look forward to reading your comment on my blog.

Happy Blue Monday, Kim.

Ralph said...

Jellyfish do seem a bit exotic for a meal - we never had this when I was growing up :) So we never ate it, but this soup, full of vegetables, otherwise looks very tasty, fresh makes it so. Niice take - but jellyfish??

Pie said...

Interesting. It's usually served as appetizer in Chinese restaurants.

Mine is here.

joy said...

Di pa rin ako nakatikim. Maybe it is good? Hi hi

Gemma Wiseman said...

I too have now learned that jelly fish are eatable! But not sure that I would try! Interesting photos!

MyJourneyBack said...

Interesting Blue. Thanks for sharing.

lina@happy family said...

I don't know that jellyfish can be eaten either.

Jama said...

I've never eaten them too, I know in East Malaysia they eat the jellyfish too.

Liz said...

Very exotic!

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Maria @ LSS said...

Never tried eating jellyfish. I'm curious of the taste.

Arvin U. de la Peña said...

parang masarap pala iyan....di pa ako nakakatikim niyan..

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