Wayzata, Minnesota

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Thematic Photographic - What's for dinner?



Can you spot Chef Tim McKee hard at work? I'm outside looking in at Sea Change Restaurant at The Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis.
 He really is right there, look closer.
Will he share "What's for dinner?"
Can you guess that Carmi's theme is-
But wait- stop this posting right now.  Did Carmi mention beginning "What's for dinner?"
with dessert first?
But let's not go over-board.
"Stressed, spelled backwards is desserts.  Coincidence? I think not!"
What better place (for a young man and his first baby boy) to celebrate his First birthday than here, right?
 "You can find your way across this country using burger joints, the way a navigator uses stars." -
Charles Kuralt
 What a shame when "What's for dinner?" Becomes-
 uneaten and left behind.
Although, some thoughts for dinner should be
left behind!
For the healthier side of eating.
"Hot & Tasty"
Just the way you like it!
 Sometimes, what's for dinner is more about people
and the coolest ride ever!
 Eating dinner at home has it's advantages too!
You can bring out the china!
 "As a child my family's menu consisted of two choices: take it, or leave it."-
Buddy Hackett
Sometimes "What's for dinner ....
is still a big mystery to unfold!
Unless you catch it fresh!
 Okay, Carmi I'm feeling you really want to know what's for dinner from us
So, who remembers this ?
Are you hungry yet?  For more TP posts about What's for dinner
just in case you have no idea
and it is election night
than pop over here and why not bring your own thoughts on dinner- okay!


Karen S. said...

Oh Gosh! Can you spot me in the very first photo, shooting into the Sea Change?

Little Nell said...

I actually rather like that first photo; it's sort of multi-layered. I had to enlarge it to find the chef though. I agree that dinner is really about who you are with, oh and the freah catch of the day. I can say that as I have just got back from being with friends and eating in a seaside restaurant with freshly caught fish!

Bob Scotney said...

I'll just have the fish course and skip the rest.

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

I always considered the meals that I have eaten at a Hooter's to be as nutritious as delicious!

Cloudia said...

what a fun post! So well done, of course I'm prejudiced because you and I are artists of the same school.

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Lisa Shafer said...

That little desert bowl pic is cute.

Alexia said...

Cool pics, Karen! But I'm with Bob - the only one of these I would actually like to eat is the fish :)

That first shot is excellent - I love all of the reflections.

Alan Burnett said...

Now that really was a satisfying meal of a post.

JJ said...

Love that first photo of the chef -and you!

Filip and Kristel said...

What a big car.


Jess Brady said...

Great entry, Karen! Your pictures are great, but I especially loved the shot of the dessert bowl :)

darlin said...

Karen you got me, I had to enlarge the first photo to spot the chef, but I found him!

You've really outdone yourself with this post... now I want to go and raid the fridge! lol

Have a wonderful Thursday!

Jenny Woolf said...

What a clever set of linked photos, Karen. You have excelled yourself this time. Brilliant.

Max Sartin said...

I knew I should have eaten dinner before looking at these. Great shots, and I did find the chef - but only after enlarging the picture.

laura.forestdreams:) said...

great shots...and YOU & reflections within reflections!!
i'll take that fresh catch (NICE catch!) over all!!! =)

ruma said...

Hello, Karen S..

  Your exquisite work leads my impression.
  The passion for the art.  It is universal.

  Thank you visit to my garden.
  The prayer for all peace.

Have a good weekend. From Japan, ruma❃

Titania said...

Karen, very fascinating into what's for dinner can culminating.I like Your first photo, interesting and beautiful idea..

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I found you, but I know the trick from my own blog...enlarge the pics to get the real view!

P.S. Love the fish picture. That reminds me so much of my family vacations and fishing with dad.