’Tis the season. Strawberry season. These look good AND taste wonderful. We all know there are berries that look impressive but disappoint when you bite into them. But not these.
These strawberries captured the taste of summer. Totally!
Unadorned, they were perfection.
(and when I went to look up strawberry I read that “in the botanical world technically they are not considered a true berry” who knew?
“The strawberry is not, from a botanical point of view, a berry. Technically, it is an aggregate accessory fruit, meaning that the fleshy part is derived not from the plant’s ovaries but from the receptacle that holds the ovaries. Each apparent “seed” (achene) on the outside of the fruit is actually one of the ovaries of the flower, with a seed inside it.”
Q: How many seeds does a teacher plant in a lifetime?
A: Too many to count.
That lone seed looks like it is floating to me!
There are lots of teacher gifts with apples and seeds and sweet sayings but I was thinking about how often a teacher sees the fruit of one’s labors from the years of teaching in the classroom.
In addition to ice cream, I love to eat fruit. I know there are people who do not. This fruit bowl was so inviting. Bought three kinds of apples after sampling each and also the golden Mirabellen.
A different kind of apple store- Apfelgalerie, Berlin.
Apple parked downtown. Found on Penn Avenue at 13th Street, around the corner from the Heinz History Center.
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.
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