Rapidly happied

The rapid route to happy mood is … caviar … in technicolours!

I have a feeling my happy-ness came from the bright coloured ebiko and tobiko, more so than the sturgeon and herring caviar. Feast upon my eyes, not my tongue (or stomach). 😀

I took a teenyweeny bite of the mini-waffle that held them, and decided it’s not worth me risking another gluten attack. So i filled them up with more roe. Yumz!

The taste of the sea and the ocean. *feeling the metaphorical wind in my hair*

9 Comments Add yours

  1. spinman74 says:

    starving now… haha ><

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    1. leapingtoes says:

      Hahaha yesssss! Mission accomplished. The most fun part about posting foodie pics is getting everyone hungry!!!!

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      1. spinman74 says:

        well i will blame you for my extra 400 grams ;-O
        as its 1:30 AM…………

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      2. leapingtoes says:

        You’re in Australia! hahah. it’s 11:30pm here.. and … I am on my way to the fridge too. Cheers to the extra 400gram. 😉

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      3. spinman74 says:

        😱😱😳😂😂

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  2. Love your last line…”feeling the metaphorical wind in my hair.” great imagery

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    1. leapingtoes says:

      Thank you! ❤

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  3. Yum! I’ve never had green caviar. Was that one your favorite?

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    1. leapingtoes says:

      The green one is tobiko. They all taste different, hard to pinpoint a favourite. The technicolour ones are crunchy, while the other two are creamy. To broadly categorise them, the former satisfies the inner child, the latter fills the inner adult. 😀 😀

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