Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Spices for Black and White Wednesday



"Once you get a spice in your home, you have it forever. Women never throw out spices. The Egyptians were buried with their spices. I know which one I'm taking with me when I go".

Erma Bombeck





So would I, and these jars will have to go along.....Take a look at my jars.....




Susan's Black and White Wednesday -a culinary photo event runs the 21st week today and my spice jars are being sent to her.

19 comments:

  1. Wow! like the model of your spice jars.... Nice clicks too!

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  2. lovely pics latha...
    n the jars are very pretty...
    i can imagine the feel of the aroma which u would get when u open those air tight jars...

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  3. wowwwwww wonderful jars and clicks

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  4. Mmm.... I can feel the fragrance all over... Nice display ... perfect entry for the event

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  5. Need to learn how to be so organized, its a treat just to visualize your Pantry!

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  6. What a wonderful collection Lata Akka. love the click. Perfect for the contest.

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  7. My spices are in jars of different sizes.. love the uniform look akka.

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  8. I too have collection of spices, these jars looks cute.

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  9. I'm in love with those jars too ;-)

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  10. OMG so many of them ..lovely collection of spices..hugs and smiles

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  11. Oh wow lovely collection of equal sized spice jars.Lovely click.
    indu srinivasan

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  12. I have been dreaming of having a spice jar set just like yours since ages! Yours look so organized and lovely. Made me go awwwww....

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  13. HI lataji, I have the same ones in my pantry, was looking for your camera details and ended up here, I love these!, mine are big ones and little ones for spice mixes :))

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