A. Delicious Days from Munich makes a heck of a debut this week with a photographic summarization of the recipe for Mozartkugeln. They seem simple enough for even a klutz like me to make. The post also includes some beautiful pictures of Spring in Munich where Meg in Paris lived briefly. Get her to tell you the story sometime about the woman who scolded her American butt for crossing against the light.
1. Ma'ona means "to eat one's fill" in Hawaiian. Alan at Ma'ona has had his fill of the giant Dole pineapple plantation on Oahu, but has good things to say about their demonstration garden. He's got great photos of varities of pineapples growing in the garden. He links also to a very handy post on how to cut a pineapple like a local e.g., like you know what you're doing.
I. It's all a matter of taste. In my own backyard, Part-Time Pro Bono Baker has a pair of posts about the same visit to the Breadsmith Bakery on Wells Street in Chicago. Bottom line? Gemma liked it well enough, Harold - not so much. You can't please everyone all the time. Or maybe you just can't please Harold; No idea - I don't know the guy.
Hopefully these posts pleased you this week and our return next week will be equally pleasant.