The Mexican Food Name game proved once again either my readers are starving or I should throw photos of food in posts more often. There has not been so much action since the mobs were stampeding over us in Pompeii. Thank you for the great response to the matching game of Mexican culinary delights.
However I refuse to start a food blog. Just saying.
Below you will find the same photos with the name of the dish below. Grab your napkins you salivating bunch and see how you did. The winners are listed following the photos.
Mexican Food Photos
Those who matched all 10 photos correctly are listed below in order of the time the comments were received. The early bird gets the taco. I have included a link to their blogs with a short excerpt from their ‘About Me’ page. I will also be sharing some of my favorite posts from their blogs Facebook and Twitter. I encourage you to visit to these gourmet guessers.
Vanessa at Vanessa-Jane Chapman AND at Sugarness– I’m a mother of two based in Kent, down in the south-east corner of England. I do a bit of acting, and a bit of writing. Most of my posts are pretty lighthearted, so if you’ve come looking for some smiles, then hopefully you’ve come to the right place. I have a second blog as well, a sweet things blog, mostly baking recipes. (No wonder Vanessa was the first winner she has a food blog!)
Mani at A New Life Wandering – My name Mani (short for Manija) is from India but I was born and raised in Mexico City. In 2008 I met my soul mate (an American) while traveling in India. My favorite things to do are traveling, eating and taking photos, and those are the main topics you’ll see in this blog along with personal writing. (Definitely an advantage to be from Mexico and to blog about food as well!)
Ese at Ese’s Voice -Thoughts, memories, impressions and adventures unleashed…. I BELIEVE that every journey begins with a single step, laughter really is contagious and family isn’t a word but a sentence: that there are no better antiques than old friends. I think our days would be more meaningful if everyone believed in something. Either yourself, a flight to the Moon or simply tomorrow. Viva La Vida!
Mabel at Mabel Kwong – On this blog you’ll find my thoughts about multiculturalism, diasporas and what it means to be an Asian person living in Australia. I’m a person of Chinese ethnicity residing in Melbourne. I always find myself transitioning between adopting a persona favouring Chinese values that I’ve been brought up with and a persona that takes on the Australian/Western mindset.
Bec from Travel Placebo – Bec writes Travel Placebo from the comfort of her home in Sydney, Australia. She is a uni student studying linguistics and is fascinated by the power of language to shape who we are and how we view the world. She loves to travel and write about what she has seen, but, to be honest, enjoys most of her adventures from a particularly comfy reclining chair and a stack of travel magazines.
Congratulations to the winners and a heartfelt thanks to all of you who commented through your hunger pangs. You make me laugh every day and I am so very grateful. To all my silent readers thank you for continuing to check out what in the world is going on over here at Travel Tales of Life.
Thanks for playing along and now I am off for a snack.