Three photos-variations on Fruit- pastries, a bowlful and a single red apple.
Mark brought a pastry box filled with “fruits” from Mozart’s Austrian Cafe down on High Street in Columbus. The peach had marzipan inside. I checked out their menu and plan to get a piece of apple strudel before I return to Pittsburgh. Their dessert descriptions are enticing. You can eat in their restaurant, too. Piano bar.
Gluten free Tortes available
A traditional Hungarian torte, the Esterhazy is made from individually baked layers of flourless almond meringue filled with a rum-infused almond buttercream, and decorated with a distinct chocolate striped pattern. 7″, $35, Decorated $40
And at Mark and Erika’s home, on the same kitchen counter as the pastries sat a large wooden bowl filled with fresh fruit.
I chose one to wash and cut up into slices.
The invitation to a colorful table.
Fresh baked muffins. Butter. French press coffee. Fresh fruit and yogurt. A glass of apple cider mixed with sparkling water. Thanks for a delicious breakfast, Joan.
Sinking Light Through Citrus
Honey Crisp Apple season and the orchard was open for picking. You could get a big bag or a small. We got one of each
Laura drove us out to Lynd Farm in Pataskala Ohio. Charlie got to pick his first apple. It didn’t take long to fill our bags. The first checkout you are in your car and you pop your trunk so they can check to make sure you’re not loading up on Apples without paying.
At the market we bought little pumpkins, apple butter and some yellow cherry tomatoes and zucchini plus a bag of “seconds” – Macintosh- to make applesauce.
And there were long checkout lines so we waited – there’s our challenge word again Waiting
Maura took this one. Looks like a mountain instead of a cloud
And a Photo credit to Anna for the pic of Lala looking over her shoulder
Patriotic fruit. In Fiestaware. Joanne (in FL) made this for breakfast along with an eggy casserole.
Two years later- Looks Like Art to Me Deux
Same generous former colleague had beautiful and delicious apples shipped to Steve, and oh the color of the packing foam this year! 2014 Looked Like Art blogpost
idiom- definition from Wikipedia
An idiom (Latin: idioma, “special property”, from Greek: ἰδίωμα – idíōma, “special feature, special phrasing, a peculiarity”, f. Greek: ἴδιος – ídios, “one’s own”) is a phrase or a fixed expression that has a figurative, or sometimes literal, meaning. An idiom’s figurative meaning is different from the literal meaning.
“sometimes used ….to mean just the opposite”
If you’ve been with me since the beginning of this blog (almost six years) you’ve probably seen one of my favorite posts from 2009. Shot in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Fiestaware bowl.