February 12, 2008

Return to IKEA

Didn't have to wait too long for the photo of the Swedish meatballs, accompanied by turkey breast with grilled veggies. What can I tell you - food is my favorite four letter f-word. Don't you know it will be a difficult undertaking to keep things in check during Lent. Hope you all had a wonderful start to the week.

13 comments:

isabella said...

I've heard about the Ikea meatballs, but never seen them...Somehow I imagined them in white sauce (you know, Swedish).

Good luck with the Lent thing ;-)

g_mirage said...

Oh there they are...now makes me want to go but its 9pm! =D I don't see the lingonberry jam...but still hhmmmm... ;-)

Alice said...

Both dishes look so tasty and dinner isn't for another two hours. I just might make meatballs and gravy!

quintarantino said...

Between me and you ... just take the sauce out and I'll give it a try. Nice shot.

Jim said...

They both look wonderful

zakscloset said...

IKEA food? what is that!!!! do IKEA stores now come with restaurants???? the food looks sooooo good by the way! yummy!!!

dot said...

They sure do look good. That chicken does also.

brian said...

i like this photo, and i would take the meatballs and potatos!

Lilli & Nevada said...

Yummy, all looks very good

oldmanlincoln said...

Now I am hungry and it is just past five in the morning. Nice photo.

Lara said...

so, I feared that Ikea invented those meatballs especially for Romania... hmmm... and the carts too... hmmm... because I haven't seen them in Austria! (or I simply overlooked them?!)

Beantown Today said...

Mmmmm, that looks so good. I'll be over at 6.

Ming the Merciless said...

Oooohhh...they look so good. We don't have an IKEA in New York City. The closest outlet is about 90 minutes from here by bus (special IKEA shuttle).

When I first moved here, I would take the bus there just to eat the Swedish meatballs. And their bread. They have good hardy bread.