Greg 'n Keetha Stuff

OK, let's be honest. This is really KEETHA stuff. Sometimes I write about Greg - - - but he has never in his life made one single post of his own. He has occasionally made a comment or two. So - - - come on in and visit with me, Keetha, for a while. I'd love it if you left your foot prints. (Interpretation: COMMENT PLEASE ;-)

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Friday, April 04, 2008

I Ordered Small - - -


But here's what I got - - -



Pretty tasty stuff too!!!!

It's a Greek Salad from King's Gyros right here in Marion. Of course, I can't just order it the way it is on the menu - - - had to make my own little "adjustments" like deleting onion and adding egg.

In case you're wondering why I'm posting a picture of food - - - - well, wonder no more - - - food's where it's AT baby!!!

(Little side note - - - the Marion, Indiana King Gyros IS owned by a true gentleman who is also a true Greek.)


17 Comments:

Blogger Char said...

That does it! I'm photographing dinner and putting it on my blog. Food, indeed!

4/04/2008 6:36 PM  
Blogger Char said...

I have a friend who just got a job as a food photographer for a restaurant chain. He keeps sending me pictures I wish I could eat.

Your salad qualifies, too. I see those little pieces of Feta in there!

4/04/2008 6:39 PM  
Blogger Keetha said...

Ummmmmm - - - yum!!!

And those lovely Greek black olives - - - and all those Greek spices in the oil and vinegar dressing. Yum yum!!!

I'm going to your blog right now to search for FOOD pictures.

4/04/2008 7:22 PM  
Blogger Phil & Kathy said...

You crack me up!

4/04/2008 9:13 PM  
Blogger Keetha said...

Thanks - - - a laugh (or ten) a day keeps the doctor away!!!!

:-)

4/05/2008 6:31 AM  
Blogger Phil & Kathy said...

I love greek salad. I agree though, I delete onion. Uncooked onions don't like me.

There is a little place near Kel & Jon in Fayetteville - not Greek - called King David's. I will totally miss going there. Mediterrean (sp?) dishes are so delicious. Salads, hummus, babaganouche (sp?)---I am getting hungry just writing about it. I haven't found a restaurant like it around here.

Have a good weekend.

4/05/2008 8:49 AM  
Blogger Keetha said...

Kathy - - - are you speaking in TONGUES to me???? I mean, what in the world is a babaganouche???????

4/05/2008 8:52 AM  
Blogger grammy said...

Wiki, here we come!!! Better yet, don't look it up. It might mean something totally different than the way we use it!!! Ha!!

My word for the day...gonna see how many times I can use it today!!!

4/05/2008 10:48 AM  
Blogger Keetha said...

LOL Grammy - - - now that you have my mind going in the direction of what WE could use it for I'm coming up with all kinds of things. :-)

Like: "My old babaganouche is snoring on the couch."

or: "You're a real pain in the babaganouche, you know it???" (Not you personally, Grammy - - - just an example)

or the ever popular: "Get out of my way, you great big sack of babaganouche!!!"

4/05/2008 10:56 AM  
Blogger grammy said...

I'm having all kinds of emotions come up from the soul this AM...now it's a "LOL-LOL-LOL" (can't stop LOLing)

4/05/2008 11:08 AM  
Blogger Keetha said...

10 laughs a day keeps the doctor away - - - so I'm glad I could help!!!

BTW - - - if you haven't done so lately, hit the "refresh" button to reload my blog and go see the post I just made.

4/05/2008 11:11 AM  
Blogger Phil & Kathy said...

Keetha - you are hilarious!

From Wikipedia:

Baba Ghanoush or Baba-Ganouj (Arabic بابا غنوج), babaganuş, patlacan salatası (Turkish), melitzanosalata (Greek μελιτζανοσαλάτα) , mutabal (Armenian language), salata de vinete (Romanian) is a kind of popular Middle Eastern dish made primarily of eggplant (aubergine), mashed, and mixed with various seasonings. Frequently the eggplant is baked or broiled over an open flame before peeling, so that the pulp is soft and has a smoky taste [1].
Baba ganouj is usually eaten as a dip with pita bread, and is sometimes added to other dishes. It is usually of an earthy light brown color.

Now I must get back to cleaning. :)

4/05/2008 12:01 PM  
Blogger Keetha said...

So Kathy, if it is an EARTHY brown tone - - - I'd say my THIRD suggestion was closest - - - Hehehehehehehehehe

4/05/2008 12:05 PM  
Blogger Phil & Kathy said...

baba ghanoush-isms..

...you big baba ghanoush
...I am going to knock the baba ghanoush outta you
...get the baba ghanoush out of here
...what do you think this is? baba ghanoush?
...Who did it? I dunno. Maybe baba ghanoush?
...oooh, my baba ghanoush is aching
:)

4/05/2008 1:49 PM  
Blogger Keetha said...

Very good, Kathy!!!! Should we start a list?????

4/05/2008 3:10 PM  
Blogger Vickie said...

Love that Greek Salad! We went there today for lunch after church and that's exactly what Rachel and I got! You can't beat it!

4/06/2008 9:49 PM  
Blogger Keetha said...

Funny thing - - - I ALMOST went there for lunch after church, but went up to the hospital to see mom first, then was too tired to go that "far" so just went through the old Taco Bell drive through.

4/07/2008 4:28 AM  

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