Fiesta Friday #183

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  1. nimmiafzal says:

    Wow..What a lovely butterfly..An amazing moment in a gardener’s life..But feeling sorry for your parsley!!
    Hope that you are enjoying vacation.Happy Fiesta Friday:)

  2. CakePants says:

    What a beautiful butterfly AND a beautiful photo – incredible! Safe travels and have a lovely trip 🙂

  3. The photo is stunning, as is the flower and the butterfly, absolutely beautiful!
    Thank you so much for featuring my fruit yeast water bread, I’m so glad you like it xx

  4. turkswhoeat says:

    Beautiful butterfly and I can’t wait to see the finished product of that recipe! Enjoy your trip!

  5. Lily says:

    I’m in love with your double tiger lillies and that photo with the gorgeous tiger butterfly. Great shot Angie!

    • Angie says:

      I was lucky to be in the right place at the right time! Guess what? Lots of baby lily bulbs forming! If I could share them with you, I would. I wonder if you’re allowed to send bulbs to Canada. I once was mailed roselle seeds by a blogger friend overseas and the NY customs confiscated them!

  6. Hi Angie – I just had to share my photo of a swallowtail caterpillar on my parsley plant this year. It was hard to downsize from such a big yard with lots of flowers, herbs and such but when I saw this little guy it just made my day 🙂 Then when you posted such a beautiful shot of a butterfly I thought it would be fun to show what a caterpillar looks like. Yes, I can start to co-host – just let me know.

  7. I’d say that is a good swap, parsley is great but those flowers are beautiful and hey parsley is easy to find in the supermarket or green market. Guessing is hard on that photo but it looks like the yeasted middle eastern (Moroccan) pancakes was going to say focaccia but it has so many holes. Can’t wait to see the answer.

  8. Lathiya says:

    For me that photo looks like Kerala it right?

  9. Jenny says:

    Angie, that is a super beautiful picture. I would have sacrificed my plants for this butterfly as well. Such a wonderful pic, you should enter it in a competition!
    And thanks for the feature, I didn’t expect that.

    • Angie says:

      Thanks, Jenny! Not sure about entering a competition, though 😄 I’m sure real photographers will be outraged, lol. I love your turnover recipe!

  10. Jhuls says:

    She is indeed a lovely lady!!😍
    You can (also) put me on Aug25, Angie! I was also going to say something like a Middle Eastern pancake, but not sure from which country. Congrats to Suzanne!😂

  11. Shinta says:

    This looks just like appams or fermented rice pancakes which are local to Kerala! Now I’m intrigued about Moroccan pancakes….these two pancakes could be twins that were separated at birth!

    • Angie says:

      It does look like appams, which I’ve made for the first FF Challenge, but thinner. The taste is somewhat different but there are obvious similarities. Thanks for cohosting, Shinta! I hope you’re having fun! 😘

  12. petra08 says:

    She is beautiful! A great photo.
    A holiday sounds amazing! Apparently the jet stream has dropped from the UK, the rest of Europe is super hot and awe are trudging along here wondering if we will have another proper warm day before it gets really cold!
    I can see that Suzanne already guessed right, I was going for an English crumpet! And clearly I was wrong anyway! ha ha
    Happy Weekend! 🙂

    • Angie says:

      It’s hot here, too. And humid and sticky, just the kind of day that zaps your energy. I’ve already showered twice today!
      I was thinking most people would guess crumpet 😄😄 Enjoy your weekend and stay cool!

  13. Arl's World says:

    Hi Angie! Happy Fiesta Friday and weekend to you! Your picture is absolutely beautiful! Great Shot! <3

  14. Hi Angie,

    I am interested in hosting Fiesta Friday after 18th August. Please let me know in advance then I can prepare accordingly.I am reminding you that I hosted the 98th edition in Dec. 2015
    Thanks for hosting, have a nice week.

  15. A belated thanks for highlighting my chicken recipe above! I’ve been busy and not as online as I’d like. However, after the middle of September I volunteer to host here again, if that’s available?

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