About Caviar

It is important for a gentleman to properly distinguish the traditional use of the word Caviar from the present common use of the word/name (noun) Caviar.
Is Caviar a noun or an adjective?

For my own education, and out of curiosity, I will look into the origin of the pink “food” called Caviar I was eating on a cracker yesterday morning.


I have been on two new intensely exciting adventures since the end of last year:

  • an high speed emotionally and intellectual intense new growing relationship adventure of exchanging acts of love with one woman and
  • an intense culinary adventure of eating meals and dishes she chooses. She often prepares food dishes and meals, brings me delectable things to eat that I have never tasted before and orders things to eat and drink for me when we go out.

She has lived a multicultural life since the day she was born.

Being with her every day is like being on a never ending “It’s A Small World” ride at Disneyland.


My female friend loves to discuss recipes.

I am sure without having any ingredients nearby, she is very capable of tasting and smelling the ingredients in the dishes someone else is preparing and she is instantly able to discuss the final product.

Last night she explained to me how to prepare asparagus – while I was cooking dinner for the two of us.

While talking to me she sliced a banana, put whipped cream and chocolate sauce on the banana slices and put each slice of banana on a graham cracker.

She munched on that treat while dinner was being prepared.



She told me there are two types of people in the world:

+ Those who have played SCRABBLE with her and lost; and

+The rest of the world.

But now back to caviar-

Caviar (less often, caviare) is a delicacy consisting of salt-cured roe of the Acipenseridae family. The roe can be “fresh” (non-pasteurized) or pasteurized, with pasteurization reducing its culinary and economic value.[1]

The rarest and most expensive form of caviar comes from the critically endangered beluga sturgeon that swims in the Caspian Sea

The pair of shoes in the photograph below is a tooth brush holder.

The other photos below are of my breakfast this morning.

Crackers with a light dab of butter covered with a stack of caviar

Lox (smoked salmon)


Red Onions



Cream Cheese

Lessons Learned:

You don’t have to go to Russia to eat Russian Caviar.

You don’t have to go out with the woman of your dreams to have a sexy experience.

Eating breakfast at home with the right lady is a sexy experience.

Being “together” anywhere doing anything with the right woman is a sexually fulfilling experience.

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