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Between lunch and dinner

What do you call food eaten between lunch and dinner?

Last weekend I looked for a place to read a book in peace and 9th Cafe @ Siam Paragon was a yummy find. Chocolate swirl cheese cake! I did not regret choosing this.

Sprite.  A drink I have not had in awhile.
 

And mini beef tacos. Yum and I got to do two of my fave pleasures: eat and read.

The world is all good. 
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momgen said…
Yummy...Happy FTF!
Chubskulit Rose said…
Yum, napapatunog tuloy tong tummy ko hehehe.

Spice Up Your Life with Mexican Treats.
lyzacruz88 said…
Mukhang ang sarap ng Choco Swirls Cheescake mo ah!

http://www.lyzalane.info/2011/03/shakeys-late-night.html
Cheerful said…
cake really looks delicious...yum! you had great 'me' time...simple pleasures in life but great! PinayMum - Mommy's Life Around...wishing you a great Friday!
Unknown said…
you got me craving for tacos! yum-yum!
Marana said…
tacos are great, i love it.

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MMMM! That cheesecake looks outstanding... I drooled just looking at it.

I think the food between breakfast and lunch is called Elevenses? Even if it's not, that food looks very very yummy :)
The Cheesecake is worth to drool for!
Gone Bananas said…
OMG that cheesecake looks to die for! Yummo! The beef tacos look great too! Although I might've traded the sprite for a rootbeer! *wink*
Hazel said…
Kirsty, next time I go to 9th Cafe I'll check if they have root beer :)
IMRIZ said…
thumbs up for the cheesecake:)
Unknown said…
a new follower here:)
love cheesecakes especially Secret Recipe's marble cheesecake. that one is to die for.

here's my entry:

http://www.domestic-cherry.com/2011/03/maginhawa-strip-carbo-loading-at-ted-ps/

And while you're there, you might want to join my March Bag Giveaway too...=)
Anya said…
I eat all between lunch and diner
but it has no name
:)))))))))
Dumaan, nakibasa at natakam.....One Word - Yummy

Mine is up at FTF#53 - Nathaniel’s Buko Pandan Salad

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darly said…
yummy cheesecake, a real cheese overload

Have a great foodtripping hop, hope you'd check out my FTF entry too
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