Thursday, July 28, 2011

FSO: Paint your town pink

I was lucky, an invitation by my friend in Singapore to a sushi restaurant bagged all the pinkies I need for this challenge. If you feel squirmish about eating raw fish, try eating the sashimi with pickled ginger, wasabi and soy sauce.

Attractive lime green slippers, but there were no takers. People were like me, I don't like to wear other people's footwear.


An attractive banner at the Nanyang Technological branch of this Sakae Sushi Restaurant in Singapore.

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An unusual shaped bowl of Miso soup.

Plates of sushi are color coded and go round and round on the sushi train. You can choose to have suishi specially made for you.



Pink pickle ginger to take the fishiness taste away.



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Member Voice - Pink in your Town
Our challenge for July 29th is Pink in your town. Right away I bet most are thinking of all the pink flowers to show us. FMTSO challenges you to NOT show any flowers. (unless on dish ware, towels, etc.) Really get out there and hunt for the pink in your town or the pink around your home.

10 comments:

EG Wow said...

You certainly got lucky with those pink dishes, Ann! :)

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I love sushi! This is a beautiful restaurant.

Heather T. said...

Perfect for pink! Love those little lime green slippers, they have eyeballs!! Made me smile :)

Jama said...

I love those pink plates!

(Queenmothermamaw) Peggy said...

You always have such an interesting post on FSO. Great job
QMM

Sarah said...

Oh wonderful pinks..I loved the cake plates!! :)

Bagman and Butler said...

Yes, the pink plates are definitely a great touch. I thought of food when we cooked up some shrimp the other day but we ate if before I could get my camera.

In the eye of the beholder said...

I love sushi! What a great restraunt, The pink plates were such a great find.

Sarawakiana@2 said...

These photos are very very interesting...I used to think that pink was a colour for rich and pretty girls (think Paris Hilton)..and Hello Kitty...and may be that was because when I was young I never had a pink dress..and then later grandpa and dad died so we never could wear red or pink for many years due to our Foochow wearing "filial piety clothes".. I got into the habit of wearing blue and black only...And remember the school colours? Blue skirt and white blouse....

What colours did you wear?

Doreen said...

not a fan of sushi, but love the pink dishes they use. fantastic shoot out Ann!!