Salford, 9th July 2019 Biting the tongue in an instant, the tang that is unforgettable taking your taste buds on a whirlwind expedition as it journeys round your mouth sensational flavour that brings water to your eyes – as it wasn’t expected, rising and elevating each taste sensation , till you finish the glass.
Tap, and Unwrap That’s how it goes and a scent of orange wafts up my nose Scent – then a taste of orange from oil captured in chocolate segments held in the foil Dark light and White Mixes of chocolate and zest Melt in the mouth zing A taste that’s the best
My latest piece for Allpoetry.com which I’ve decided to share with you all….enjoy Fresh from a Lakeland reservoir turned over by occasional waterfall a polar bears delight particularly in winter season Hitting the receptacle crisply it creates a bubble or two at the bottom bringing out the flavour of the drink it dilutes Refreshment inContinue reading “Cold Water”
Salford, 6th August So, here we are, with a noble invention A combination of ingredients Now brought together, with love tween two slices of bread Daintily paired, meats and vegetables When required – sauces or spices It’s what you might call – a matter of taste Combining flavour and texture – the eater Happy inContinue reading “Ode to a sandwich”
20th July 2018 #Sweets #Fruit #Poetry A Food acrostic – not to be confused with the game you throw a ball at 🙂 Sealed up in the big plastic bag Kept in your travel case Is a multitude of flavour – A rainbow of taste Tastebuds tingle, at the very Thought of flavours LikeContinue reading “Skittles”
A San-San By Brian F Kirkham (Inky) The branches against the household wall holds fruit that’s ripening for a pie blackberry stems bring fruit with flavour this season that answers to the pastries call over with envy the birds do fly could this be why it cooks with haste ? depriving the featheredContinue reading “Garden Apple Pie”
#Coloryourworld #Cyw #Asparagus As far as I know, I’ve never seen your flowers Some gardeners I’ve spoken to say they’re white, some say yellow Perhaps they’re both right – but its your green stalks that Attract the cooking fraternity , as you bathe in butter and herbs Rolling around the pan developing your flavour Adorable littleContinue reading “Asparagus”