Mix a little foolishness with your prudence: It's good to be silly at the right moment.
AND!!! I want some of that Brulee...Now please...!!HahaaLove the Cannas too...Unusual color!hughugs
Yum!!!! Flowers are amazing color ... as is the brulee! :D :D :D
Oh YUM! Love it!
The flower is stunning and I bet the Brulee is also stunning!LindaABC Wednesday Team
creme brulee. in favorROG, ABC Wednesday team
I love Cannas but forget to dig them up in the fall. so far they've been coming back each year, it must be because they are planted on the south side of the house and rather protected. I LOVE Creme Brulee...
I love that magenta-colored canna. That's a new hue for me also. We have one that is shrimp or perhaps a deep peach, but all the others are orange and yellow, as you mentioned.
All my favourites, - the canna lilies are gorgeous, and nothinbg suits my taste more than Creme Brulee - love it! A great post Noni.
Creme Brulee - I love to eat:)The canna plant flower is quite unusual. We planted the red flowering cannas for the Hummingbirds. Great pictures:)Gisela.
The lilies are beautiful...almost as delicious as the Brulee!
Beautiful flowers and the Creme Brulee looks delicious.
Cute and clever!
perfect flower cluster
They look sooo good! Both the flower and that cuppa!
It's a good thinkg I don't know how to make creme brulee... oh, oh, YUM! And your canna lilies have gorgeous colors.
Curses, I missed your C post on Wednesday! :-) Those Canna Lillies are delicious indeed! What a magnificent color - they look as if they've been delicately splattered with crimson paint. So very pretty! And I love the white metal fence section it sits beside. They look so wonderfully old fashioned and elegant together! I never tried creme brulee in my pre-vegan days, but I just did a quick search and found a boatload of vegan recipes for it. So maybe one day this winter after a morning spent snow-shoveling (that seems a lifetime away right now, doesn't it?) has worked up an appetite for something new, different and really rich, I'll have to try making some!
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