Celebrated Foods for March

What an interesting month of foods March turned out to be! Wait until you all see, all of the 5 Celebrated Foods are good, as well as the 3 who made it under the category National Foods of the month. Eight of them again for this month in all, see which of your favorites made the list! 🙂

First off, for the National Foods of the month we have Peanuts, Noodles and Frozen foods…I can’t find anything negative to say about them. Not that I aim to do that with these foods of the month. I am just having a good time bringing you kind readers each and every foods for the month we are in. Hopefully everyone does kind of enjoy them, too. 🙂 Actually in running the list by Autumn, she was impressed with this months foods. First off Peanuts in any form are wonderful and both of us Twinnies love Peanut Butter also. Chocolate covered peanuts, too! How many of you are with us? Do let us know please. We Twinnies love hearing your opinions as always. Next are the Noodles, again nothing bad to say about those either, Yay! I do love this because positives are better than negatives, right?

Frozen foods, not bad at all and they sure come in handy when you can’t find things fresh. The frozen fruits and veggies do come in very handy. Much better than anything canned I really must say. On we go to the Celebrated Foods of the month, everybody ready?

1. Bell Peppers 2.Broccoli  3.Leeks  4.Green Onions  5.Exotic Winter Fruit…What is everybody thinking about these?

Please do feel free to share any and all thoughts, because sharing is quite fun! 🙂 The Twinnie and me like them all, so no complaints will be heard from us this month. What a surprise I know! 😉 All of the them are tasty, broccoli especially is one of both Autumn’s and my favorites. Bell Peppers so well used in recipes chopped up or even stuffed. Lots of uses for them, also the same goes for leeks and green onions.

The exotic fruit…Well, that was kind of a tough one since we Twinnies have only tried a few of the 6 exotic fruits named. Oh yeah, now would be the time to name those exotic fruits, wouldn’t it be? Tamarillo, Feijoa, Red Bananas, Guava, Kiwano Melon, Papaya….How many of these have any of you tried? Don’t worry, you are not alone if you have only tried a couple of these. Autumn and I love the Papayas, Guava and also we have tried the Red Bananas. The other 3 we have never tried…We both think it’s time to search them out and give them a try! 🙂 I guess it really does depend on what part of the country we live in how easy they are to locate. It’s a fun thought for a project…We Twinnies will explore exotic fruits together!

Well, there you have it kind readers…The month of March Foods is accounted for! Hope you had fun reading this and once again next month I will be bringing you the month of April Foods…Something to look forward to I hope! 🙂 🙂


16 thoughts on “Celebrated Foods for March

  1. Enjoyed the post, have some good food choice for this month! I’m not going to say what I don’t like, you probably like dang she dont like much of anything. So thank you for sharing another wonderful post!

    I Hope You Having A Lovely Day Gabby! God Bless 🙂

    • I’m just back from your blog PJ! 🙂 I had to laugh about you not saying what you like and don’t like with the foods for March! I think we are all kind of picky about what we like and don’t like when it comes to food. I’m glad you enjoyed the post and I am always happy to share these fun things. So far it’s been a lovely day and also hope your day has been very lovely, too PJ! God Bless! 🙂 Hugs! 🙂

      • Everyone tells me I don’t like much of anything since I’m always saying ewww. I don’t know if that says a lot without actually saying anything. lol

        Thats what make you good friend Gabby because you dont mind sharing! God Bless 🙂

  2. PJ, that is so funny and saying ewww about foods! lol I seriously do the same thing myself sometimes, too. Some foods are worth saying ewww over anyway! 🙂 It was just cute and funny how you summed it all up. That’s so sweet about you saying I was a good friend, yes indeed I am and I will also keep sharing! You are a wonderful friend yourself PJ! 🙂 God Bless! 🙂

    • Lauren, you picked all good things! 🙂 I know, we are anxious for the summer fruit, too. Peanut butter is one of my very favorites, happy to hear you like it! 🙂 Hugs!

  3. OMG what a wonderful list of food…agree with you twinnies i love all of them..well then i just love food and it has to be really bad to be in my book of bad food…like bittergourd 😦
    i love noodles,peanuts in all forms roasted,fried,in icecream or any other thing is welcome( thank god i dont have allergy to any food)
    but have to tell you most of the exotic fruits i am reading here for first time..Tamarillo, Feijoa, Red Bananas, Kiwano Melon,..will have to google them to find out what they are..its super fun and informative post Gabby

  4. Sounds yummy — except for the bell pepper. Green bell pepper, I should say. I love the other colors, sweeter. But green peppers taste like the deadly nightshade poison family, (of which they are a part,) I would think. They are poison to me. Other than that, though 😎 Mmmmm-mmmmmm!

  5. Yay Soma! I am happy to hear you loved the list of foods for March, too. 🙂 They all are pretty good and I agree with you, thank God for no allergies to peanuts or any of these foods. Some of these fruits are aslo new to Autumn and me, we know 3 of them and the others are worth goggling and seeing if we can find them. I was hoping this would be a fun post, both super and informative, it makes me feel very glad you thought so, too! 🙂 I loved the image you sent, it was awesome, thank you! 🙂 Hugs! 🙂

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