This post is about things that are hot, from bonfires and s’mores, hot weather, to hot drinks… I’m sharing with you a series of photos I’ve captured around the world that portray something hot. You might be sweatin’ a bit by the end of this post.
Hot mulled wine at the Christmas Market!
The beginnings of hot chai.
A very hot large cast iron pan where this lady is making delicious blue tortillas into tacos, and other yummy filled stuff. Mexico City.
The airport is not air conditioned, but one step outside of the Bombay airport and you will feel the heat! I always start sweating right away.
Steaming hot homemade corn tortillas. (recipe)
So hot, you wouldn’t want to touch this dhuni fire in India.
And when in India, ice cream is always a good idea to beat the hot weather.
Definitely was feeling hot during this 6k run around Portland, OR
And a hot cup of tea (or “cuppa”) is always a heart-warmer. Tea time in Victoria, BC
This hot bread being cooked in hot cylinders is absolutely divine. Budapest, Hungary
Hot pink turban on an Indian man’s head.
Homemade tahini hot chocolate. (recipe)
Steaming hot roasted peppers at the farmers market.
Ceiling fans are always nice in India to get a little air wind going from the hot temperatures. Can you count all of them hanging from the ceiling in this dining hall?
To make fish and chips crispy and golden you need some really hot frying oil!
Here I was enjoying something delicious hot clam chowder in Cannon Beach, Oregon. Can you see the Haystack Rock through the window?
A hot grill is required to make juicy and delicious grilled corn. At the market in Mexico City.
Inside the USS Blueback submarine, this man explains how it was hell working at the engine room where it would get unbearably hot.
A steaming hot freshly made chapati. Yum.
Sunshine in Laconia, New Hampshire. Courtesy of a very hot sun.
Speaking of the hot sun, this man is surely feeling it as he decided to take off his shirt and get some ice cream in downtown Portland, OR.
It was also very hot during the Brew Fest in Oregon. All the people behind me are enjoying and cooling with the water sprinklers.
When we lived in India, before we got A/C it would get pretty hot in our house. This is my husband’s attempt at keeping cool but wrapping a damp t-shirt around his head.
And here I trying to cool my toasted sesame seeds faster by placing them under the ceiling fan. I was making tahini.
My poor nutribullet couldn’t take the voltage difference in India and burnt from an overheated motor.
And finally, a German hot dog! In Germany, of course… Berlin.
Which photo was your favourite?