Monday, June 01, 2009

Pedicure, anyone?

Although I'm now home in St. Paul, MN I couldn't pass up the chance to post this photograph that I took at the Central Mercado for this month's theme day.

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24 comments:

Jilly said...

Ha-ha, there I was expecting some beauty's feet and we get chickens! Super choice for today and am so glad you posted it.

Hyde DP said...

seems a lot of us are into food this theme day

Bibi said...

Chicken feet! When you buy a fresh chicken on the market here, you get the head and feet....

My pet store sells smoked chicken feet, which Bibi loves.

Rambling Round said...

Ugly feet!

B Squared said...

I feel like I'm at a Voodoo ceremony.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Great choice for the feet theme day.

But this does not make me hungry.

Halcyon said...

Umm... no thanks!

Shannon said...

That is a great appetite suppressant!

Leif Hagen said...

Mazatlan feet meet Mexico feet! Chicken feet greet tourist fee! Yummy to eat feet, a treat?! Feet on a sheet! Dead meat feet! Hello Kate feet from Eagan feet who greet from my suburban street!

Denton said...

ooh ... are they for sale ... are chicken feet used in Mexican cuisine and I'm not aware ... or was this from a butchers shop and they are to be discarded ... not a scene easily found in Saint Paul or Greenville ... although I'm sure our local butcher is quite familiar with the scene.

Abe Lincoln said...

Oh my mother would have a field day eating these feet. She loved them and I used to get the necks to eat.

marley said...

Not nice, but perfect for the theme!

Mo said...

How do the Mexicans cook them?

lavenderlady said...

Ha, ha1 I remember my grandmother cooking these up and my granddad and uncle Paul fighting over who got to eat them. Pretty slim pickins in my book.

PJ said...

And they were sure they were just going in for a pedicure...

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

LOL

Keropok Man said...

these feet, when they are cooked into chinese dim sum dishes, they are heavenly!

you posted the uncooked ones, i posted the cooked version. LOL!

Steffe said...

I'm with Halcyon on this one!

Rosemildo Sales Furtado said...

Olá amiga! É, realmente as oportunidades têm que ser aproveitadas. Esta foto dos pés de galinha tirada no Mercado Central, com ceteza deixa muita gente com agua na boca, pois nem isso têm para comer.

Põe um tradutor que ficará bem mais fácil para entender e comentar.

Abraços,

Furtado.

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Nikki Beaumont said...

LOL! How gross and deliciously unexpected! Love your very different photo and sense of humor!

T. Becque said...

Hilarious title! It was lunch time, but now I'm thinking better of it...

Sharon Creech said...

Ewwww!
But great photo.