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PhotoHunt: fresh

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The theme for this week's photohunt is fresh. I looked up the theme list right before we were heading out to dinner last night, so I grabbed my camera on the way to Akaya Japanese Restaurant and took a shot of our Annunciation Day--which I blogged about last year here--feast.

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Happy weekend!

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Comments (22)

Candi, what an absolutely beautiful presentation! Great shot.

What a wonderful fresh feast. Happy Weekend!

Yummy dinner.. now, Im craving for California Maki!

a mouth watering post

Gorgeous presentation! I love pretty platters of food!

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Candi, wonderful photo and a great take on the theme. Everything looks really delicious. I'm a big fan of sushi.

Have a wonderful weekend.

That looks so good. :)

I played, too! Have a blessed weekend.

Sushi? That had better be fresh! It sure was done up pretty.

noel:

aloha,

i love your take on the current theme of fresh….love the sushi, can i have a bite.

thanks for sharing

Exquisite platter! I'm getting hungrier by the minute browsing all the tasty "fresh" photos this week!

Suishi is definitely one of those nothing but fresh is acceptable things isn't it:) http://joyismygoal.blogspot.com/2010/03/fresh.html

That is one delicious plate of food! Happy weekend

jmb:

Fantastic feast you had there. It looks delicious!

Happy weekend!

Yum! What a beautiful looking feast. Makes me want some sushi!

YTSL:

Is the brown sauce stuff the eel? If so, that's what I'd love best on that boat platter! :b

bing:

i am not much of fan of Japanese food but i always love to look at them fresh.

love california maki though.

YUM!! Fresh sushi :) Great idea for the theme this week.

I love sashimi and sushi. You just got me into the mood for Japanese food tonight! :D

Eden:

Fresh and delicious looking sushi. Yeah.

Great looking fresh sushi.

I gave you an award today.

Everything looks so fresh and yummy. I LOVE sushi!

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