Wednesday, May 12, 2010

It's strawberry time!! Enjoy the season!

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It's strawberry time!!  Enjoy the season!!

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  1. Wow, it all looks so yummy. I lvoe strawberries.

  2. I'm so hungry for strawberries now, LOL

  3. Well, you certainly have awoken my tastebuds this morning!
    I hope you have a great day~
    The Tattered Tassel

  4. Great eye candy-makes me want to go attack my carton of strawberries in the fridge!

  5. Oh my goodness, I would love to try each and every one of those desserts! They all look extra yummy, but my favorite thing is that towel with the flowerpot on it. So cute!
    Happy REDnesday!

  6. Scrumptious! I wonder what dessert #12 is-- the one with the strawberry inside? A pudding?


  7. maybe it is a coconut haystack type of candy? hmm-- I really want to know-- and I want to eat it!

  8. Thank you for your sweet comment on Rednesday post last week!

    Oh my gosh, I'm all rumbly in my tumbly now!!! :) What are those little cakey things with surprise strawberries in the center?!

    Happy Rednesday,

  9. Lesa and Sally Annie Magundy:
    Those little desserts in photo #12 are Strawberry Semolina Flans. The photographer is Peter Arthold (hover over each photo for photo credits) and he says "You cook the semolina within the milk, add stiff meringue, little gelatin sheets and fill into buttered molds. From upside down while still hot you stick one clean strawberry in it. Cool for some hours and enjoy."
    And if you like the looks of that dessert, you could also try the Japanese Strawberry Daifuku, also called Mochi. It's the same idea, but using glutinous rice cake instead of the semolina (wheat), filled with strawberry and sweetened red bean paste.

  10. UM, WOW. I'm speechless. Such beautiful photos and oh so yummy. And a resipe to boot. You rock. I would be so incredibly honored if yu owould drop by and link up over in my neck of the blogosphere. Please?

    Happy ww!! Totally printing that recipe. Do you have the recipe for the above question already printed somewhere. Those look divine too.


  11. This was my FAVORITE WW today!! It's just cheery and so yummy!!

  12. I JUST got through eating a vanilla yogurt parfait topped with strawberries and granola.

    I absolutely LOVE everything about strawberries!

  13. Alicia: Thank you. No recipe already posted for the strawberry semolina flan, other than the above directions. I guess I'll have to post one sometime soon, since it seems to be so popular. :-)

  14. Very nice Joy. I now have you on my WW List.

  15. Wonderful photos and they reminded me that I have some chocolate covered strawberries I need to eat...

  16. I can never get enough of strawberries! They're yummy, beautiful, and they photograph so well!

  17. Yum! I adore strawberries, but our summer is over now and I'll have to wait at least until November for more.

  18. Oh my goodness! Those strawberries look amazing. I'm seriously craving some now.
    Thanks so much for stopping by and linking your WW post up over at my place last week. It may have taken me a few days to make it over here, but I did! lol Have a great day.

    Kristi, Live and Love...Out Loud

  19. Holy crap! That's the hugest strawberry I've seen in my LIFE! And I used to grow them!!! I'm having strawberry envy! :)

    Happy TT! (Yes, I'm late, but I didn't want to leave you out of my visits!! I love all the pictures, thanks for sharing!)


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