I’m not a mycologist, so I have no idea if this is good in a roast, puts me six feet under or help me seeing funny colours and shapes 🙂
Oh, they had! Steak and potato pie with mushy peas and gravy, now that is pub grub, it went down nicely with a pint of ale 🙂
But would Dale Cooper say – Damn fine coffee! And hot! – to a cuppa from here?
You can’t have a show without showing off your vegetables, I wonder if they do drug/fertilizer testing on the produce. Didn’t see testing/bite marks in the spuds, onions etc. Didn’t stay around to see who the overall winner would be. Which could only be the Lego sets…
If we could harvest the processed sugar effect/energy in kids, I wonder how much fossil fuel we actually need … hmmm … the things makes go … 🙂
Wienerbrød or as it is know in the rest of the world – Danish pastry. Which is really Viennoiserie (French etymological sense: “things of Vienna”) pastry.
Just like Guinness Wienerbrød can’t travel, the versions of pastry you get outside Denmark that calls itself Danish pasty is edible but is not fluffy, crispy, light and utterly deliciously tasty. We have travelled the world been to some very good bakeries in Melbourne, Portland and London and even Solvang in California a Danish town with a Danish bakery did some good pastry but nothing like wienerbrød.
I have been away from Denmark for many years so have somewhat become used to the lesser. So when visiting Denmark like we did last week, where we were in Copenhagen, we just had to try one or two, didn’t we numnumnum 🙂
We were looking for a cuppa and that is just what we found in Tasmania in St. Helens at Bille T. Devonshire tea, the scone wasn’t the best but we found Yorkshire Tea, real tea, which we enjoyed for the first time in a year.
Added this to The Daily Post : Treat, because it was a treat to find Yorkshire tea and scones after so many months away from home.
It’s harvest time, get your crops in before the frost arrives.
Breakfast bbq with Danissssssssh bacon, remember that TV ad?
Yes, I know a few days behind, but hey we are talking cake here 🙂
At our 4th of July picnic we were spoiled for choice on the cake front, which is nice when you are cyclist.
One good thing about cycle touring is that you have a very good reason for testing out the local food. If you should find yourself in Fort Bragg, California, do stop by at Cafe One on the main drag. And don’t worry vegans you actually along with the veggies have more choice than the carnivores at this place. Peli spend fair good time trying to pick and I had little choice for once.
This is what we have to eat after a day in the saddle, Peli’s wonderful cooking, definitely food worth cycling for!
Brewing up on our Trangia stove on a cold morning, 5c, just outside out tent in the sun on Tierra del Feugo.
The owner of this ice cream must be well gutted.