Monday, July 10, 2006

Naughty or...


It turns out that Mom was right all along: It does pay to be nice. Crackers can't be wrong, after all. Not when their complex surfaces and sugary coatings do such wonders with light and shadow.

Your turn: Words embossed in food. Why?

15 comments:

Tracie said...

What can be said about such a nice cracker??

Michele says hi!

David said...

peace - and good night -
wishing you well

Jennifer said...

I don't know, but I'm an hour and a half into Week One of the South Beach Diet...again...and that sure looks yummy....*sigh*

Jon the Intergalactic Gladiator said...

That does look nice.

Ugh, sorry, I just wanted to get that out of the way, you know so no one else does it. ;-)

Sandy J said...

...to make you smile! And too few people smile too little in this world today.

Wow! I actually waxed poetic on a Monday.

The picture looks good enough to eat. Have a great Monday!

KaraMia said...

educate your palat and your brain???

KaraMia said...

Ha, one more...maybe it's "food for thought"...he he

Morah Mommy said...

It's to give someone like you an additional reason to photograph it!

Not that you need a reason to photograph food, plants, buildings, our children....

I love them all!!

patricia said...

Why not? As long as they are NICE words!

I have very fond memories of those cookies. Mmmmmmm....lots of sugar.... so ...... nice.

Killired said...

words embossed in food... it's all a mind thing... to make you feel nice as you are eating it... to make you feel safe that you are eating a nice cracker...

ever notice the phrases on the sauce packets at taco bell? they're pretty funny!

interaction with our food should make us want more... that's my $.02

kontan said...

you never know where inspiration will come from

srp said...

Here all by myself.

Words in crackers, although this looks like a cookie with the sugar on top.
I had to think about this one... I know, you say she has too much time on her hands.

Three thoughts:
1. I remember a shortbread cookie with the brand name embossed on top. Brand recognition was the reasoning I suppose.

2 Why do they make animal crackers in the shape of animals? Similar novelty working here.

3. With kids spending so much time on video games, iPods and TV... snack time may be their only time to READ!

flic said...

Your turn: Words embossed in food. Why?

So you could buy the thing -- and then eat your own words, of course.

Shephard said...

Some people need these reminders. ;)
~S

Mother of Invention said...

Warm fuzzy messages so you associate them with eating the product and buy! "Pantry" cookies straight from mom!