halloumi burger

tonight's dinner: halloumi burger with radish/pea/green salad & sweet potato chips.


endlessly thankful for my boyfriend's kitchen skills (& for living close to a greengrocer & baker).

  • Sarah McNeil 4y

    This looks so good. I think I need to get some halloumi now.
  • MrYen PRO 4y

    This looks amazing! especially the sweet potato chips : D
  • presleybeast 4y

  • o_r_i_t 4y

    Om nom! It looks so delicious!
  • Clara Roman 4y

    Wow this looks delicious!! I have to try and cook this myself...
  • Spreng Ben 4y

    This is magnificent! You really deserve Explore! Come on over to my latest shot if you like.
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  • Dave Evans 4y

    Wonderful Shot!
  • Soleil is me. PRO 4y

    Best composition and your arrangement make this beautiful artwork, thank you to inspire:)
    Best regards,
    For your day: “Creativity comes from trust. Trust your instincts. And never hope more than you work.” -Rita Mae Brown
  • Stephanie Webb PRO 4y

    Dear Jen,
    you need to come an live nearer to me and cook me dinner. I keep eating toast. Literally for every meal.
  • jen collins 4y

    cheers for all the comments.

    steph: i ate out tonight to avoid cooking since boyfriend is in edinburgh. it's him you want, not me!
  • Martin Cauchon PRO 4y

    Of course a great shot!

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  • Stephanie Webb PRO 4y

    he's in Edinburgh? helloooo I have an empty kitchen calling!
  • jen collins 4y

    aw, he's back here now. just polished off some veggie fajhitas, sorry. ;)
  • Jay Deee 4y

  • Ratan Mehta 4y

    this is a really nice shot!!

    Do check my photos out as well!!

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