My Foodie Tuesday post from the other day is AWOL. WordPress admits to being “embarrassed”—but offers no signs of the missing post. Which I know I published, because I got comments on it…though they seem to have been relocated to another post altogether since their ‘mother ship’ flew the coop. Heaven knows I’ve no clue how the entire post went any more than where it went, so I can re-post the opening salvo here as copied and pasted from where it still resides on Facebook. What a wonderfully weird world is this land o’internets. I’ve archived the photos on my own computer, so I’ll share those with you, too. The rest is up to you who already read the real post to recollect as best you can, or to those who missed it, to guess and invent based on your salivary reactions to the pictures here gathered.
Back to the future, I guess. Here’s how it started:
There’s no question that better behavior needs to be in my near dietary future. But I’m not going to flog myself over having a delicious holiday! Life goes in cycles. I’ve been eating more sensibly and exercising more this Fall than I had in a long time, and it’s felt better in ever so many ways. Having an entire month crammed with invitations from friends and colleagues to dine and lunch together, while dangerous to the waistline and willpower, is also simply an opportunity to spend great time in deeply appreciated conversation and camaraderie over good food and drink. [ 224 more words. Your guess is as good as mine what they were!]
I salivate. The wonder is that WordPress works as well as it does.
Me, too. Considering 4+ years of daily posting has only produced (quickly crosses fingers, knocks on wood, and speaks in a hushed tone) two such hiccups thus far, I mustn’t complain too much!
I think WordPress found that salmon and eggs Benedict too tempting and just swallowed it, hoping you wouldn’t notice. Keep your eye on this one, it might come back for seconds…
I’m having a hard time resisting licking the screen as it is, and *I* at least got to eat the first round of delectables!
Diet be damned! This dish is just too irresistible. Sorry that WP stole it but I’m sure glad that you posted it again. 🙂
Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving, Kathryn.
I may have to try to invent my own version of this back home, since even revisiting the post makes me almost drown in my own drool. T-day was FABULOUS! Full-on American-style feasting with Swedish and American friends in Stockholm! I shall have to post about it soon, when I get back in gear. Hope yours was glorious, too! 😀