March Photo Challenge: Everything coffee and tea

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    Ilaria

    Congratulations to Aaltje B. for winning the March Photo challenge with this beautiful and inviting picture. We're all craving a slice of that pie while sipping a delicious coffee.

    Thanks to everyone who have participated, your photos really show how talented you are!

    Ready for the next challenge? Inspired by your posts on this subject, check out the April edition: your most popular piece of furniture. Happy posting everyone!

     

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    Delbert Adair

    The orange juice looks fantastic. It's not just coffee and tea. At Adair Springs Cabin in Pinetop, Arizona we received a late snow fall. Here it's hot chocolate on the front deck.

    Delbert Adair

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    Kibokoafrica

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    Kibokoafrica

    What about this? we serve pure organically blended fruits in Buens lugar Kenya.

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    Aaltje B.

    mjumjum Kiboko.

    And organic! Wished we had that here. 

    Enjoy serving and eating :)

     

    Greetings

    Aaltje B. 

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    Aaltje B.

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    Aaltje B.

    Organic coffee and organic bread, howzatt :)

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    Aaltje B.

    Very Dutch !

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    Aaltje B.

    From lefthanded forum member.

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    Kibokoafrica

    hahaha appears to be a very tasty coffee to begin with

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    Kibokoafrica

    what is the reddish twisted like placed on that slice of bread Mr. Aaltje?

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    Aaltje B.

    That is "spek" in Dutch. It is slices of pork meat. Quite salty and delicious with bread.

    A delicate food in New Zealand. Here it is the most expensive meat.

    In Holland (The Netherlands)  it is the cheapest meat to buy.  A strange difference. 

     

    Enjoy your weekend Kiboko. 

    Greetings

    Aaltje B. 

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    M Adamopoulou

    Thank you guys for beautiful pictures.  

    -Aaltje-B- your dish reminds me of exceptional breakfast I once had in Holland... Why is it so expensive in New Zealand???

    I love your old table.  I am a big fan of old monastery type tables.

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    M Adamopoulou

    Kibokoafrica your organic fruits looks  so nutritious.  You are blessed my fellow...

    Happy posting and have a nice weekend...

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    Grega Čufer

    Thank you for your shares - gave me some new ideas :) 

    Keep on the good work!

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    Aaltje B.

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    Aaltje B.

    For special occasion only :)  Dutch applepie with layers of goodness, like marsepin, apple, raisins, vanilla, bit of custard, and jam. Very Rich Indeed. 

     

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    M Adamopoulou

    Aaltje apple pie is my favorite. When I was in Canada I also liked eating at school in time outs cherry pies.
    Yummy yummy!!!! Your special guests are certainly very lucky.
    Cheers
    Maria

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    George Aristidou

    Every morning my mother serving Greek coffee with homemade snacks. Halloumi cheese from a local farm with some green olives from our fields. Even myself enjoyed the coffee better at the village than the city. Every country has something different to offer.

    George Cyprus

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    Kibokoafrica

    Pal you know how to treat your guests. hahaha from you its the first time to know there is an apple pie.Apples dont do well in our country because we are just at the equitor. guess you can imagine how am drooling to find  you can mix it with extra ingredients to make a pie!

     

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    Kibokoafrica

    But coffee.....we export the best in Europe From Mt. Kenya windward slopes. Adamopoulu i heard cherries do well in Canada. How do they manage to do so and i believe Canada is a very cold country?

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    fluff

    That's it, everyone round to Aaltje B. 's place for coffee!

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    fluff

    My coffee (extra big!)

    Cafe estilo espanol...

    Some fresh-from-our-oven bakewell pie

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    M Adamopoulou

    Dear George I agree with you. Greek coffee is better in the village then in the city. Mother Nature does wonders... Halloumi is my favorite cheese. I most like it when it is made in barbecue. It's delicious.
    Different countries, different goodies different specialties...

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    M Adamopoulou

    Kibokoafrica Of course you have best coffee brands. My cousin was born and raised in Kenya but now he is living in Toronto, Canada. One of the many things he keeps in telling us is the great coffee he enjoyed drinking in Kenya.
    Canada has a large production of Cherry Trees, mostly in British Columbia and in Niagara Falls Toronto. So no wonder our schools restaurants offered us cherry pies.

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    M Adamopoulou

    fluff thanks for sharing your coffee and delicious pie with us...
    Wish I could taste it...

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    Leandri Klopper

    Hello forum,

    Nou is ek honger! Haha, once again I wish I could take part in this photo competition. 

    Looking forward to checking more pics!

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    Angelicameridon2020

    I am new on Booking.com, but serve breakfast to my guests and French press coffee. They love it all and I get frequent flyers because of the breakfast on the veranda. Colleen at The Blue Eyed Coyote Guest House, Medicine Park Oklahoma.

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    M Adamopoulou

    Hello! -Angelicameridon2020 and welcome to the forum. Your French coffee must have great aroma. Your guests are very lucky... Share some pictures with us if you like...
    Happy posting...

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    Mashi Niwarthana

    Angelicameridon2020, 

    welcome to the forum... Share some experience with us. :-) 

     

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