Strawberry Indulgence

This isn't a very good shot (hand held in low light), but it was a very tasty dessert!

Chopped fresh strawberries, topped with vanilla ice-cream, maltesers, chopped pecans, white chocolate, dark hazelnut chocolate and barenjaeger (honey schnapps).

View all photos taken: Tuesday, 10th October 2006, This photo: 7:58pm

Next Photo: Kara after dessert

Comments

  • rainforest_harley said:
    Nice breakfast :-)
  • Maki_C30D said:
    YUM!!!!
  • benefit of hindsight said:
    You brutal torturer, you !
  • David de Groot said:
    Mwahahaahaa !!!!

    That might, maybe, just be a bit over the top for breakie, RH, maybe.... ;-)
  • Mr Azza said:
    OMG - Food porn indeed !!!!
  • looby88 said:
    I thought you said you would eat just about anything for breakfast.....good one - rainforest !! I like strawberies, grapes and cherries together with fruit juice as a puddy, the healthier option ! How come you guys are not all wide as barn doors......
  • David de Groot said:
    Well depending on how I was feeling in the morning, I'd eat this for breakfast :)

    And we're not wide because we only really have dessert when we have visitors, or for special occasions. And we eat good healthy food all the other times :)
  • looby88 said:
    We are not often eaters of dessert or pudding or afters - (well I will try to cover all names )- either, the odd yogurt perhaps, makes it more special then !
    btw this does look super yummy !
  • David de Groot said:
    And it was :) Simple but very tasty.

    As for the nomenclature, I tend to call it all dessert, but you might have a pudding for dessert, where a pudding is defined as a baked or steamed dish that is denser than cake. That clafoutis the other night would come under the pudding definition, as would spotted dick (which I've yet to make), and Christmas pudding. something like stollen wouldn't.
    It's fairly rare to hear the term "afters" out this way.
  • looby88 said:
    To some extent I think it depends where you come from in the UK or how posh one is ! ones self being most definitely of northern stock calls everything pudding !! I personally do not like the name afters - I have even heard it called afterwards.... really strange, and yet we moan about what other nations do to our language. Still there you go !!
  • benefit of hindsight said:
    This other northerner here calls everything pudding as well :-)
  • looby88 said:
    jolly good , pudding it is then !!Its one of those great sounding words, I like words like squelch and gloop as well.... !!!
  • outdoorbare said:
    MMmmmm!!! That looks yum mee!
  • David de Groot said:
    And it was :)
  • Felix42 contra la censura said:
    To a certain extent, I don't care what it's called, as long as I have a spoon :) YUM.
  • David de Groot said:
    Only a spoon ? I think I can accommodate that, you have the spoon, I'll take the bowl and contents ;^)
  • bris1969 said:
    ok David.. how far away are you from New Farm?
  • David de Groot said:
    Ummm, about 40mins by car I'd guess, or maybe a days walk (depending on how fast you walk) ;-)
  • snowy4052002 said:

    Please add your Beautiful Photo to:
    Beauty is in the *Eye* of the Beholder!
  • David de Groot said:
    Thanks :)