Travel Theme: Flavour

On my recent trip to Sweden, I had some flavoursome food.

At a fish  restaurant, the mussels were so tasty, I only have an image of the empty shells:

…but at the castle in Landskrona, I got this image of my very tasty pickled herring sandwich before I started:

Linked to Ailsa’s site here.

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32 comments

  1. Not a fan of pickled herring, but I could eat those tasty mussels all day!
    Nice shots, Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Especially love the mussel shells shot – a dish heartily enjoyed!

  3. This looks so tasty that I get hungry, Sue.

  4. Love the Swedish 🇸🇪 kitchen very much. Very well captured, Sue! 🙂

  5. I’ve no idea what I’d find to eat there!

  6. I love mussels and thankfully, Aldi here in the US sells them frozen with sauce for an unbelievable price and they are SO good!! I also find it interesting to see some of the differences between British English and American English. For instance, rather than “flavoursome” (which, if we did say it, would be spelled “flavorsome”), we would say “flavorful.” But either way, these two dishes look delicious.

    janet

  7. Food photography? A bit of a departure for you. It sounds as if you had a great time.

  8. Yum and yum, but especially the mussels. 🙂

  9. Empty is usually my plate before the photo happens! I’ve struggled with this challenge as a result!
    But i love your shells (I can imagine the flavour). Not so keen on the other one as I don’t like picked fish!

  10. love the empty shells!! I bet you made short work of them!

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