One Word Sunday: Three

Debbie’s ‘One Word Sunday’ challenge is ‘Three’ and last night whilst out for dinner with friends at a lovely beachfront restaurant, I ordered the lobster and crab stuffed shrimp. There were just three of these delicious morsels nestled on creamy mashed potato, surrounded by crispy fried onion strips and decorated with a beautiful orchid flower. Mmmm!

Hope you’re all having a splendid weekend.

61 comments on “One Word Sunday: Three

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  2. Oh, what a wonderful evening, Sylvia. Those three things on your plate look absolutely delicious. But, I especially love the three things that are nuanced in your post: Fellowship, beauty and belonging. These are the moments to cherish. Thank you for inviting me to join you. Hugs and more hugs.

  3. Oh my, that is so cruel!! I would love to be eating some of these. When I was a child and we used to go to Florida for vacations every few years, I would start eating breaded fried shrimp as soon as we got close enough that it wasn’t expensive. πŸ˜‰. Of course my mom used to fix chicken wings all the time when I was growing up any more expensive than either. In those days, chicken wing consisted of three parts together as one wing, not three parts taken apart, the little part thrown away and then called two wings. Wow, am I old or what? LOL. Lovely shot also.

    janet

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