Tummy Tuesday : Roma’s Imports bread

Tummy Tuesday : Roma’s Imports bread

bread, Roma’s Imports, Tucson


Roma’s Imports
627 S Vine Ave
Tucson, AZ 85719
M-Sa  9am-6pm

Roundup of last week’s Tummy Tuesday (6/12 – 6/18/18):

1. Bamboo Grill Yard : Mary (cactus catz)
2. California Roll Recipe – Comedy Plus
3. 5 Detox Water Recipes – iScriblr
4. Guess What This Is – Of Mice and Ramen
5. One Cake, Two Stories : My Slice of Mexico

This week’s Tummy Tuesday (6/19 – 6/25/18):

Join the Tummy Tuesday’s blog hop. Post anything about food: a restaurant review, a recipe, food photography, a funny food quote, a food song, an essay on food — anything food-related because you know like the song says, “Food, glorious food.” Add your food blog post link below.


12 Replies to “Tummy Tuesday : Roma’s Imports bread”

  1. Fresh baked bread with honey is Nirvana. Mmmm, I do believe I hear the baker tempting with his wares, calling like sirens “Come to me”. Alas, I cannot resist. I’m off to the store.

    1. lol, sorry for tempting you. Hey, maybe you can have Katie do a guest post for Tummy Tuesday of baking/decorating her cupcakes. That would be awesome.

    1. Thanks for joining. I liked your post on margarine vs butter especially as just yesterday Carol asked me to get her some butter (she’s in the hospital for a few days) as she hates margarine

    1. My grandmother told me when I was small and sitting at her dining table, that she would be happy to live just on fresh bread and butter. I never forgot that. I inherited her DNA as I feel the same way myself! I can almost smell the bread in the photo, taste the crunch of the crust, and taste I think the flour (?) that might be on the top. Yum!

      1. Have to agree with your grandmother. Nothing like fresh bread and butter — real butter, not margarine. And the way fresh baked bread’s aroma fills a house is awesome. Yay! glad you could smell and taste the photo! Does a happy dance.

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