Monday, 24 June 2013

Sunday Morning in Vienna
Can't see clearly yet

Sunday Morning
I can't see clearly yet,
can you? ;-)

Sunflower Rising
out of the morning mist

I can see clearly now!
Zwetschkenfleck
My translation:
Plum pizza!
Thin layer of barely sweet yeast dough
and sweet ripe Dawson plums


A bright sunshiny day
to all of you,
Merisi

Images and Text
© by Merisi
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13 comments:

  1. Plum pizza! A delight worthy of a poet's plume.

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    1. *smile*
      Is this something baked in Poland, too?

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    2. We have a plum cake, but not pizza. I just thought, it was a brilliant idea, because I love plums.

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  2. What I wouldn't give for a slice of that Zwetchkenfleck or Zwetcgendatschi as it is known in Germany! I am surprised that that Plums are already in season, I would have thought at the end of June . . . oh cripes! it is the end of June!!! Wherever did the month disappear to??

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    1. It's a repost, from August, Arija.
      Sometimes I feel like making old posts reappear, and if only to remind me of the moments those images were captured. Images engage my grey cells like nothing else can. ;-)

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  3. Terrific post. Love how you think and love even more how you translate that into this series of photos and text. Very nice!

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    1. Thank you, Lauren,
      I cherish your words! x

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  4. Monday greetings, Merisi!
    Loved your moon post.
    Yes, it was splendid and huge.
    My photos were hopeless -your much better.

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  5. Your posts are always such a lovely start for my day! Thanks for the beauty in words and views of your world!! Have a great week!

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  6. I can see clearly now, the rain is gone. :)

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  7. Oooh...plum pizza! I wonder if I can experiment and replicate that in my kitchen? I love plums!!!

    Betty

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    1. Betty,
      I'll see if I manage to bake one to share the recipe. It works very well with apricots, too.

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