A haiku haiga dialogue, enhancing the simple talent of appreciation...
lovely haiga and delicious, Gillena ...i love the smell of those pastelles in smoked banana leaves :)we do make pastelles wrapped in banana leaf -- there's a simple sweet one with coconut grating and banana slice, cardomom and jaggery/sugar; and non-veg too -- but the Trini mix seem different --(haha i have made it a whole recipe post! but i never knew banana trees were called fig, wishes, devika
yes Dev that's the way we Trinis say it :)Oh and your sweet recipe; we make a similiar one which is called 'sweet pamee' hope i spelt it correctly much lovegillena
pamee--ha, i had a friend, whom we called pamee -- Pamela was her name :) & our sweet pastelle is called ottada or just ada :) Trini and Kerala seem to have some links :)lovedev
I prefer that letters are more clear and larger.Very good balance in color tone that makes unique mood.I like it.Sakuo.
Lve love this, I love Chirstmas, you give me an advance taste ;)
Dev seems T&T and Kerala, we do have a lot in common; there was at high school a girl we also called Pamee, i think though a more correct spelling for the 'sweet pastelle' would be paymee, again thats my spelling of the word, hope i got it right this time :)Sakuo santhank you for visiting and critiquing, much appreciatedLorraine me too i love Christmas a whole lot; my favorite time of the yearmuch lovegillena
okay :)wishes, devika
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