How do you say “Tasty”?

As I write about food and my meals and my taste buds, I find myself sounding like a broken record.
This sounds TASTY, and that sounds DELICIOUS.
The next thing I see is AMAZING, while another still yet is WONDERFUL!
I find myself doing the same thing when I comment on all of your blogs and posts; and I really am being sincere! I discover so many new flavor and ingredient combinations and find inspiration every day.
I want you to tell me your words for “Tasty”.
Click “Enter Here” below and tell me your word, then give yourself a little shout out by linking to your blog. I promise to start using more words for tasty in my writing!
EKat’s Kitchen :. a series of culinary experiments and digressions on life. © 2010-2011

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6 Responses

  1. Karen says:

    I love all your words…use them a lot myself. But other than those? Let’s see….how about yummy? Heavenly? Lovely?

  2. Carolyn says:

    It does get repetitive, and yet each time I comment on someone’s blog, I am being very sincere. I don’t comment if I think something looks awful (that’s pretty rare, though!).
    Let’s see – I use “divine”, “flavourful”, “innovative”. That’s all I can think of for now. Maybe we need to start a thesaurus list of synonyms for “tasty”!

    http://dreamaboutfood.blogspot.com

  3. @Karen – great additions!
    @Carolyn – I know what you mean; I’m always sincere, yet I run out of steam when it comes to describing just how someone’s recipe affects my taste buds’ sensabilities! 🙂

  4. Julie says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog yesterday, I’m following and bookmarking. 🙂

  5. Donna says:

    I do the same thing too Erin! It’s almost embarrasing, but your right-it’s not like I’m being insincere if I think a LOT of things are “soooooooooo good!” & “awesome!”

  6. I’m with you Erin! Very “Creative” post, I feel “inspired” and “delighted” and “all a-tingle” (okay I’ve never used that last one).

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