Yum!

Travelling is a challenge when food allergies are a concern. While in Ottawa, we stumbled upon a The Mill Street Pub, a restaurant overlooking the river, that offered gluten-free pizza, and it was delicious!

Our youngest granddaughter, on her second birthday, preferred the watermelon to cake. There is nothing more satisfying than watching someone enjoy their food:

At one point sushi was a favourite, but now I have to be careful, and well, some sushi connoisseurs are a tad off-putting:

For Lens-artists Photo Challenge: delicious.

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31 thoughts on “Yum!

  1. That’s so true, VJ. There is nothing more satisfying than watching people enjoy their food–especially if you’ve cooked it! Your granddaughter is precious. Lovely shots. Glad you joined us this week!

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  2. Two year olds sure know how to enjoy eating. Great shots. And that bird is something. Yikes.
    Yes, traveling is a huge challenge when finding restaurants for those with food allergies. The gluten free issue is definitely a big one – especially with the cross contamination problem that restaurants are often unaware of. Glad you found that delicious pizza!

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