I saw the chestnuts in Turkey too, although it wasn't cold earlier this month!(Glad we only have the roasted chestnuts here, lol. You keep the snails!)
I can't say I've ever seen snails for sale on the sidewalk! Chestnuts, yes. Oh yes, I'm very much looking forward to Jientje's visit! I have all sorts of plans to cram into two days. It will be so fun to meet her. What a world, eh?
The Chestnuts sound lovely, the snails sound like a desperate solution to garden trouble LOL
I would definitely have to try that if I visit Brussels, particularly if it is cold. And I mean both the chestnuts and snails (I pride myself on trying local things when I travel).
Chestnuts are sold on the street of Toronto but the snails are a new one for me!
Wow...I've never heard of such a thing to be sold. I'd love to try them. Would it make me go slower?
I'll have a bag of chestnuts -- YOU can have the snails! :)
Hot snails. Hmmm... I'll have to try them.
Chestnuts I've seen before, but snails????? Really... Hot only? Not with garlic taste? Hubby might like them if they're with garlic.
Love, love, love chestnuts!
hmmm lovely chestnuts ! i love them.. i have some more to put in the oven, collected them from the park.. i have yet to see snails though (we also eat snails in my country by the way, cooked in coconut milk and lots of ginger!)
I really like to eat chetsnuts! We have some stands here too! I remember offering some to Anaïs finnish boyfriend! He really wasn't use and didn't like them!!! But we, we are fan!
i love chestnuts!happy WW!http://jifphotojournal.blogspot.com/
Yum I love chetnuts but they are hard to get here and expensive. I don't like snails.
Chestnuts! Yum! Snails, not so much!
Hot snails? I think I'll pass on those!! LOL
I love chestnuts bought from a roadside stall :-)
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