Sunday, 29 March 2009

Earl Grey Chocolate Guglhupf
May I Tempt You?


Guglhupf
Earl Grey and Chocolate Cake
from my kitchen

All the Funny Pages
in Sunday's Papers?

A Cappuccino
Straight out of Rome
Café Sant'Eustachio

Ready
for a slice?

Need more incentives
to stray off the
virtuous path?

Click on
the images! :-)

23 comments:

  1. I love the newspapers and bolws! Great shot!

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  2. Goodness Merisi, with Guglhupf you can always tempt me! I'll be right over, just don't eat it all before I get there.

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  3. I am ready for a slice. It looks amazing.

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  4. Very nice photos, Merisi! Really, I would love to be there...

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  5. That cake looks positively sinful.

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  6. You can almost tempt me and I am not particularly fond of sweets and cakes.

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  7. Oh yes, I'm on my way for a slice of your cake. I love your cake plate too. I'm always tempted by the photos on your blog.

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  8. Oh yes please!
    "The newspapers and the bowls" is an invitation to Sunday indulgence.

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  9. OMG, count me in! That sounds delicious! I'd like to try that! I'll bet it's fabulous. Love the other goodies you're enticing us with, too. I'll be there in a few. Don't eat it all before I get there.

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  10. That cake looks scrummaceous!

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  11. Count me in for a slice of the wonderful looking cake! Did you make it? And Earl Grey tea.....a great companion to a little something sweet. Good thing we don't gain pounds from looking at these yummies! :D
    Happy Sunday, Merisi....~Allie

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  12. Hello Merisi, and many thanks for baking that very tempting cake. Only a few more weeks of Lent, and then I plan a joyeous reunion with glorious chocolate.

    I have begun looking in windows of chocolate shops. None of these windows offer anything to match those Viennese window displays you show us.

    We also had a misty, foggy Sunday, here in New York.

    May Monday also offer inspiration, rain or shine.

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  13. Oh yum! tea and cake. I'll take some.

    www.thequietone.net

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  14. Thank you all! :-)

    Regarding the Earl Grey,
    the tea is actually in the cake, one full cup of strong brew! The Bergamot flavor shines through. ;-)

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  15. se vieni a Roma, ci vediamo e te lo offro io un mega-cappuccino a Sant'Eustachio !!!

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  16. You've combined two of my favorites - Earl Grey and Chocolate! I've just read that they are both in the Guglhopf...Ahhh, that must be divine!
    Catherine

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  17. LUC,
    sono stata a Roma recentemente,
    purtroppo neanche un mezzo giorno da trascorrere con gli amici.
    Sogno di tornarci presto!

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  18. beh, la prossima volta avvertimi ;^)
    se avrai tempo ....

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  19. Yum! i particularly love the shot of the papers and sugarbowls lined up.

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  20. Oh yes ! actually i would say i'm ready for more than one slice !
    :-)

    ps: thank you for your sweet comments Merisi. I hope you can watch this movie Pranza da ferragosto. A friend saw it in France and told me it was a little jewel...

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  21. I came prepared today with my own cup of coffee and a slice of homemade blueberry bread. But your food photos are still delightful to look at.

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  22. You seem to be such a chef .

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  23. I love so much this cake, he look so yummy! At the moment the taste of Earl Grey is my fun with Bergamot essential oil in the dough...

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