I thought the same thing when I saw that cauliflower. I wonder if it is a good recipe :). ~Julia
LOLOL... I have seen that too... and in Cheyenne style.. I say..What the WHAT??
Oh, Cheyenne, I love your humor as always.. LOL... xo
LOL! I thought the same thing!
Umm yeah, saw that too and was disappointed by it!
That's what I thought it was, at first, too.That's just wrong, haha!Stay warm and have a great week!
yup! that's straight where my mind went too!
Hehe- its so deceiving- I had to click on it for it to enlarge and that is when I went- OHHHH- clearly not what I was thinking either. But I like your version way better :)
Hilarious!! mmmmmmmmmmmmm roasted chicken.....might have to be supper tonight...
HAHA! It's much like that ridiculous watermelon cake that made the rounds this summer. http://www.handimania.com/cooking/no-bake-watermelon-cake.htmlLet's just say if anybody made this for my birthday... we would no longer be friends. hehe
Like you, it took me a second and then ewww. Fried cauliflower????Jaimi
So funny! This is awesome!
I bet the smell will give it away :)
oh, it gets me, too. good thing i really, really like cauliflower! :)
Oh my! I had to snort with laughter when I read this!! :) A friend of mine posted this picture on FB, and for a brief second I thought, hmm, FRIED - should be good... then my brain said: "um, no. Its just cauliflower!!!" :) :)
Ok - but I want to eat that cauliflower!!! You can have the turkey!
So funny! I see a turkey as well. But, fried cauliflower is good. You silly gal!
I thought the same thing when I first saw it... but being on an eating plan that eliminates a lot of carbs I actually tried the recipe and it's YUMMY! So... don't knock it till you've tried it :D
Hi Cheyenne!That's funny. I do love turkey photos and I'm all about new ways to make veggies bake up all pretty and tasty. I hope you are faring well in your neck of the woods and that the children are healthy.
Boil a whole Cauliflower in a big pot of water until almost done. Drain it and place in a baking dish. Smear on a generous layer of mayonaise and sprinkle with grated cheddar cheese...bake or broil until the cheese is melted and turning brown. Try to share with the rest of the family:) I really enjoyed your blog:)Desiree
Desiree,Thank you for stopping by & your kind words. Maybe, just maybe, I will have to give that cauliflower a shot. :)Come by again.
Hey Folks it's TANDOORI cauliflower (without a tandoor) which is AWESOME if you ever care to give it a try, it is not fried and it is NOT a gimmick.
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