Thursday, December 15, 2005

Daily Farm Photo: 12/15/05


The Weathered Look Is Very In Around Here

Did you order from the
Menu For Hope yet? Each $5 donated will support vicitms of the earthquake in Northern India and Pakistan and entitle you to one virtual raffle ticket toward any prize on this dizzying list. One lucky person will win a little lamb to call their very own! Wouldn't you like it to be you?

11 comments:

  1. Just love your pictures..:)
    God Bless the 'Menu For Hope' campaign and all the food bloggers working towards making it a success.

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  2. Yes, I would like it to be me. :-)

    P.S. I'm so glad you came to visit me at my blog! I hadn't realized that my profile was blocked and nobody could tell who or where the heck I was. All fixed now...I think.

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  3. I have tried many of your recipes and have loved them all. I was wondering if you had a recipe for French onion soup...It's soup time of year.

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  4. Really nice photo, curls and lines

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  5. As excited as I was to know what the hay bailers were, I have no idea what this is!

    I am placing my order at Menu For Hope this evening!

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  6. Thanks for the reminder--I've been meaning to buy my raffle ticket for days!

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  7. Beautiful shot. I like the tones.

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  8. Love this shot with the shadows.

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  9. I am in love with this photo! And... you have inspired me to try to bake biscotti! Thank you!

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  10. how the payment is done? I can ask my family stateside to do that for me...

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