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Friday, August 15, 2008

Cake Garnish

Cake Garnish [enlarge]

Obviously I forgot to mention this other stuff I found on top of my cake besides last post's strawberry. This garnish with leaves and fruit seems edible and I swear I've seen it lots of times but never gave it a try. Suggestions would be appreciated.

8 comments:

  1. Andrea5:20 AM

    It's a cape gooseberry. Completely edible, with a slight cherry tomato resemblance.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cape_Gooseberry

    I enjoy your blog - I used to live in Barcelona and it's nice to see such lovely pictures of what is still my favourite city in the world.

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  2. Beautiful image, this fruits are so fotogenic.

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  3. -Thanks so much Andrea for giving my image a real name. I also appreciate you like my city.
    -Yes Frank, really fotogenic. By the way you have the helluva great macro today.

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  4. dude next time eat it. it grows on you. after a few you will not be able to stop eating them. this is what usually happens at least in my experience....

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  5. oh que buen macroo, hasta se me hizo agua la boca... ;-)

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  6. -Hi man thanks for that piece of advice. Hmm, I rather you would not eat too much of those, you may start seeing things. Nice blog, maybe I take some of those gooseberries and check what's on the Barcelona agenda on weekends via your site.
    -Gracias nany.

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  7. i dont know what that is. it looks fit as an ornament in a christmas tree and for some kinky stuff i am thinking. have a nice day carlos.

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  8. hi hello from France ,this fruit is called "Physalis " there are a lot of species ,some are edible and some are not !I discovered them not lond ago and they are very good and tasty !you can make jam and pastry with them.

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