Saturday, June 20, 2009

Saturday Photohunt - Creamy


Naturals are one of the most popular ice creams in Mumbai due to the fruit pieces that you can bite into while relishing the ice cream. And they are vey creamy as is evident in the picture I had taken of the yummy chickoo ice cream!
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17 comments:

  1. Hmmmmm I'm ready for that right now! Great shot! When can I get the real thing?

    Have a great weekend!

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  2. that looks tempting--especially in this hot & humid weather in my part of the world.:D

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  3. I feel cheated; I want icecream with chikoo!!! :)

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  4. Looks ambrosial!!! Have a swwet weekend:)

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  5. As I recently wrote in one of my posts, Naturals is the yummiest, creamiest thing in Mumbai. Finger-licking!

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  6. I want ICECREAM now...... ;)
    I eat it to much but its yummie..
    Have a nice weekend !!

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  7. Oh its morning here but I am wanting ice cream for breakfast now!

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  8. Oooooh, ice cream is my favorite food group, and that look yummy!

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  9. Ice cream! Yummy!
    Have a great Sunday dear friend and I would like to take you for so sweet idea about Pet Pride! Bozo is adorable and a great friend!
    Thanks a lot!
    Léia and Luna(from Brazil)

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  10. Are those peaches? Love peaches and ice cream. Mine is up here.

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  11. Love ice cream...

    http://mudpuddle.wordpress.com/2009/06/19/photohunter-creamy/

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  12. yummy, Hope you can stop by to view my photo hunt Thanks so much.

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  13. Fruit and ice cream, Yum! Definitely creamy.

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  14. Mmm... I had to chuckle a little... I got my themes mixed up and confused yoru Thursday Challenge with your Photo Hunt! I suppose either shot would have fit either theme though, so no harm. This looks really good!

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  15. Oh, that looks good! I love ice cream with big chunks of fruit in it.

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