Photo Journal/ Weekly Photo Challenge: Lunchtime

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It’s been awhile since we’ve joined The Daily Post at WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge. The theme this week though is kind of inviting as it features food photography using one’s cameraphone: Lunchtime! Like all avid netizens, I do make a habit of taking photographs of my food, and here are a few ‘lunchtime’ photos that I have collected so far here in sunny Singapore, taken across an assortment of fabulous eating places.

Lunchtime Meal: Softbone Chicken

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One of my recent discoveries here in Singapore: softbone chicken with salted egg sauce – incomparable. Even better than chicken rice, in my opinion. You can spice it up with red red chili for even greater delectation. Melts in your mouth kind of goodness.

Lunchtime Dessert

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What could be more decadent than molten chocolate cake with vanilla ice cream?

Lunchtime: Tea

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Nymph of the Nile Gryphon Tea – perfect meal ender.

How about you, what is your lunchtime photo?

2 Comments on Photo Journal/ Weekly Photo Challenge: Lunchtime

  1. Your lunch is so beautifully arranged.

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