This is a test to post from iPhone.
Lunch today can be this pizza or cream of potato soup, with sausage.
This is just a test. Do not be alarmed!
This looks nothing like the usual photos of your beautiful food!
Well . . . The pizza is the other half of one we had for lunch a couple of days ago, and, despite its lackluster appearance, it was very tasty. I was in the hospital waiting room, and decided to try something different. I need to work on presentation.
THAT’S the hospital I want! Can I order half a pizza & soup?
Half a pizza is for two people as a single entrée! So you may have an eighth of a pizza and a generous cup of cream of potato soup, with sausage! But you will need to also eat your half of the tomato and your half of the avocado! ;->
Did the test work to your satisfaction? And is that hospital pizza as in pizza the hospital cafeteria made? Or is it hospital pizza as in you brought your own lunch and ate it at the hospital?
Neither one. It was a picture that happened to be on my iPhone of what was left of the last pizza I made, so I used that to do a test post. I wanted to see how the two compared.
OK. I get it now! 🙂
I love tests!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂 Especially if there is a pizza at the end of them. 🙂
As it turned out, we didn’t eat the pizza when we got home; nor the potato soup, either. I made ham, provolone, peperoncini, tomato, avocado sandwiches on homemade toasted burger rolls instead.
You are a treasure!!!!
Blush! Thank you. My favorite eater thinks so, too! It is a joy to cook – or otherwise provide food – for a good eater.
Blogging from an iPhone, you are really brave.Hope the hospital was routine. I worried when I saw the title.
I’d want that sandwich, too!!
It really hit the spot. Today, in only moments, we will be having the potato soup.
I’m alarmed, Judilyn.
Turn your alarm off – just a couple of tests! So far; so good.
Thanks for caring! ;->
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