The plum season has just started!
Yes - self-made. Yummy! :-)
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Yummy indeed!!! Really great to get the "something completely different" The white is sugar i take it???? Yum!!!
4 Aug 2008 8:09am
@Linerberry: Of course! Dig in! :-)
Pack some and send it over, please!!! My mouth is watering!!! Happy you!!!
4 Aug 2008 8:29am
@Japanalia: It's moulding fast, maybe we should wait until the teleporter will be invented! :-)
Amazing! Great shot! I want some.
4 Aug 2008 9:22am
@Ana Lúcia: Was really tasty (yum!) ;-P
Quick... send me one now, I have a DHL account so it will be here today.
4 Aug 2008 10:33am
@Observing: Yum... too late! (Burp!) :-D
4 Aug 2008 11:13am
@Michael Skorulski: Baked with love! :-)
ooohhh, please can you send one to me too? Yuuummmmm!
4 Aug 2008 11:31am
@Kylie Greenan: Everything is eaten up, this is a historic photo! :-D
Golden colour, i want the corner piece I have to go... and eat.
4 Aug 2008 6:31pm
@JoeB: I see I'm not alone with my addiction to sweets. :-D
quite yummy indeed -- and definitely off my diet... a wonderful braided texture here -- love the crispy near burnt bits... wouldn't that taste nice! :)
4 Aug 2008 7:32pm
@dj.tigersprout: You bet!
Scrumptious. I was expecting you to give us a complete molecular breakdown of this or, at least, a recipie !
4 Aug 2008 7:58pm
@Ronnie 2¢: Easy! Mix flour (500g) and sugar (60g), put it in a bowl and make a hollow. Now crumble some yeast (42g) into that, then put 250 ml of milk (luke warm) into the bowl. Stir carefully milk and yeast, wait for 15 minutes. Mix (molten) butter and two eggs, put this into the bowl. Then knead for at least 10 minutes until you have a good yeast dough. Let it rise for half an hour, then knead it again and put it on a baking sheet. Now cover it with plums and bake it at 200°C for 50 minutes. After that, add suger, ready!
Delicious photo! I like Ronnie's comment. :)
4 Aug 2008 9:03pm
@Margie: Now you can read the recipe he was asking for. :)
Humm! It smells good.
4 Aug 2008 10:03pm
@António Pires: Yes! :-)
Great colors - good enough to eat!!!!
4 Aug 2008 10:36pm
@willow: Enough for three days :-)
Great details and textures
5 Aug 2008 12:57am
@Jen: And they were tasty too! :-)
Whenever I go to a German bakery I have a tendency to order five or six kinds of dessert because everything looks so good. Yet I believe they say in the ideal Europe, the Italians are the cooks and the Germans are the mechanics (the Brits are the police, the French are the lovers, and it's all organized by the Swiss). I guess in European Hell, the French are the mechanics, the Swiss are the lovers, the Brits are the cooks, the Germans are the police, and it's all organized by the Italians.
5 Aug 2008 4:24am
@Twelvebit: Some say, hell is when Germans are the cooks, the mechanics, the police, the lovers, and it's all organized by the Germans :-)
Things have changed, really. :-/
bon appétit! ;o)
5 Aug 2008 11:22am
@Laurent: C'était très délicieux, merci!
Beautiful and looks very good. Self made...Great.
5 Aug 2008 11:37pm
@akarui: Thanks! :-)
Some say, hell is when Germans are the cooks, the mechanics, the police, the lovers, and it's all organized by the Germans :-)
Well, I think I might be more worried about the Brits, as they seem determined to realize all the predictions of Orwell, even it they come to them a little late. Germany, having already experienced what it is like to take a certain path, will perhaps be inclined to practice some caution and restraint.
6 Aug 2008 10:19pm
@Twelvebit: I wouldn't count on this too much, experiences fade away fast, and our cultural varnish is just a thin layer. But that's a different story.
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