I’d wanted to take a photo of the empty container. It was too much to eat in one sitting.
What a perfect mouthful. Steve brought home a fancy dessert from his dinner out. I was headed up to bed. I said I’ll have one mouthful. I put it on a spoon and poured a bit of the accompanying sauce in a little dish. Oh my!
What a mistake to make one teaspoonful. I could have eaten the entire dessert but look forward to repeating the experience tomorrow. Not sure how early in the day would be okay.
I did not lick the bowl but thought about doing so.
After lunch summer treat, shared with a friend.
One of Leona’s Ice Cream Sandwiches, cut in half at the deli counter.
Perfect for us to share.
the Ice Cream is lactose-free http://www.leonaspgh.com/flavors
On a pantry shelf. Temptation lurking.
Sweet. A fun challenge to respond to this week. Treat.
Jen H says “Treats and indulgences can take many forms. Share yours with us!”
Here’s a gallery from our recent trip.
Frozen Wind/Icy Wind on the left (and a recipe for icy wind cake I found for it online)
Vincek Ledeni vjetar (left)and on the right Vincek Boem šnita
from Vincek Bakery in Zagreb Croatia
Matthew saw the cake we ordered and said, “Ahhh famous frozen wind cake” Icy wind came up as the recipe but we liked the sound of his calling it Frozen Wind. It was delicious.
Two Windows in Salzburg- same store
Tea and Apple Strudel on the Sound of Music bus tour. Notice there are two in a paper for “takeaway”
You saw the Salzburg Nockerl on a recent post
Perhaps chocolates are your treat -another window in Salzburg
or perhaps you prefer something salty
Actually captured this shot on the way into school last week before the holiday but it seemed a good one to post today. It’s been pouring all day(Tuesday), the mood particularly grim and gray. Snow is threatened but the temperature will have to drop twenty degrees. Don’t know the recipe of the smashed turkey dessert but it looks like Oreos and candy corn and a Devil’s Food cupcake were involved. I guess the green is frosting? When I went to examine it after school, it was just a total grease spot on the concrete step. The smashed turkey was gone.
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