Sunday, September 1, 2013

I'll Tumble for Ya!

I've finally signed up for a Tumblr account, so going forward, Food with Eyes will now transition to that site. Welcome to the new Food with Eyes! Hopefully I'll post more regularly, but we'll see...

Monday, December 31, 2012

Year End Miscellany

Hannaford Spaghetti Burrito (ugh!) with Tomato Chef

 Hannaford Orange Chicken with Noodles and Orange in Rice Paddy Hat

Hannaford Campfire Casserole with Singing Corn and Bean

 Campfire Casserole close-up. Way better than the neighboring Lean Cuisine

Hannaford Mac & Cheese with Macaroni Clown
Sweet Potatoes. Casserole-em.
Attack of the Ginger People
Kawaii Mini Mashmallows
Skateboarding Dandy Dude for Citrines Mandarin Oranges
Soccer-playing Mandy Dude for Citrines Madarin Oranges

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Pinteresting Peach Posts

I've finally succumbed to the latest social media site, Pinterest:

LushiePeach's Pinterest

As far as I can tell, this is optimal for people who now find taking a picture or scanning something and uploading it to Blogger or Flickr too much work (i.e. me). I think I can still manage to click on the "Pin it" button while I'm surfing the web, though.

Monday, December 24, 2012

Merry Christmas!

Cane D. Stripe

Trudy Tree-t

Curl E. Que

Sweet Starlet

Peppy Peppermint

Hallmark "Goodie Greetings" ornaments, 1986

Friday, February 24, 2012

Happy Birthday, Curly Wurly!

Sending big, anthropomorphic birthday wishes to Maria of Curly Wurly!

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Happy Valentine's Day!

Now if you want to see some really great Valentines, then head over to Curly Wurly for some Valentines any sweetheart would be lucky to receive!

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Movers and Shakers

I was recently flipping through the June 2011 issue of Martha Stewart Living and was pleasantly surprised to find this article on collecting vintage fruit and vegetable-shaped salt and pepper shakers:

Although only the first page features anthropomorphic shakers, this is still a step in the right direction. One thing I feel has been really lacking in the magazine is food with eyes. I always enjoy the collecting articles, especially when someone's unique collection is profiled. As I have not seen a food with eyes collection profiled yet, I would be happy to volunteer my collection, Martha.

Incidentally, these great shakers come from the the New York antique store Mood Indigo, which has a fantastic array of 1930s-50s kitchen and bar ware.