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    Joey cherishing foodie and other magic moments in Manila, Philippines, and beyond
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    by "neighbour" Zsofi from Budapest, Hungary, but still based in EU-capital Brussels, Belgium
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    Petra living in the Bavarian Woods, Germany, is mostly responsible for my never ending "recipes to try" list
  • CREAM PUFFS IN VENICE
    Ivonne who is in love with Vienna and treasures her Italian roots back home in Toronto, Canada
  • CUOCHE DELL'ALTRO MONDO
    Alex from Rome - in Germany, Mari from Milan - in New Zeland, two friends seperated by geography but united by the passion of cooking
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    featured by Nicky and Oliver from Munich, Germany
  • DOLCE
    Claudia blogging in German about sweet and other delights from Munich, Germany
  • DOMESTIC CAT
    by Athens-based Tülin who has her roots in Ankara, Turkey
  • KOCHFROSCH
    "Der Apfel fällt nicht weit vom Stamm" - Kathi cooking in the university town of Erlangen, Germany
  • LUCULLIAN DELIGHTS
    Swedish Ilva brings back great Tuscan memories on an almost daily basis in Pistoia, Tuscany, Italy
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    by Pille, an Estonian back in Estonia
  • PAULCHENS FOODBLOG
    Astrid blogging from (almost) around the corner in Vienna, Austria
  • SUE COOKS WILD
    and very often together with her best friend Tanna in Dallas, Texas, USA
  • THE TRAVELER'S LUNCHBOX
    featured in detail by Melissa, an American in Edinburgh, UK
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    Austrian Johanna, whose blog inspired me most to create my own, living a family and foodie life in London, UK
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August 29, 2005

Comments

Paz

Oh, wow!

Dear Flying apple! Thanks so much, not only for another wonderful post, but for such a special dedication. I'm so honored and touched.

I'm having such a fun foodblogging experience, thanks to you and many of the other foodbloggers out there.

Thanks for the encouragement and inspiration.

Yes, I do love peaches and I LOVE this dessert and I can't wait to try it. Thank you, Angelika for sharing it with us and giving me a chance to revisit Italy (at least, in my mind).

When you're ready, I look forward to reading about your childhood food memories. I think it will be fun!

Best wishes,
Paz

joey

Wow! This looks delicious! Too bad I can't get fresh peaches here in the tropics...I have only had them once in my life (can you believe?!), when I was in Greece...

Angelika

Dear Paz, how I loved the idea to maybe suprise you a little this morning ! And it's the same with me - foodblogging means SO much fun. I have got addicted to it ;)) ! At the moment I am neglecting everything else (regarding my usual spare time activities, I mean - not Herbert and Gino !!!), even cookbook reading.... but I have a pile of recipes and photos I want to share, so there's a lot to be done.... Take care, angelika

Hi Joey, you are also such a loyal visitor of my site - thank you for all your kind comments ! It seems stunning to me that peaches are out of reach for you, but you have so much much wonderful fruits in your country we can only dream of. I am sure you might also use other fruits instead, think of pears or apples (maybe it's a good idea to boil them for some minutes before you use them as described above), or even a gorgously ripe pineapple. Whatever you try - please post about it ! You, Paz and myself seem to form a strong triangle of newcomers, right! And there are even lots more who are to be discovered...kind regards, angelika

Paz

Hi Angelika and Joey!

Yes, foodblogging is fun and getting addictive. I'm checking your blog first thing this morning before doing anything else. ;-))))

You did surprise me! Thank you again for the very lovely surprise.

As you pointed out, peaches are in season, so they are everywhere to be found here. They're even sold in the streets.

Keep these great recipes and photos coming. Talking about shared recipes, Joey has posted a recipe I'm excited about -- oliebollen!

Best,
Paz

Angelika

yes, Paz, I have just read and commented on Joey`s blog. There's a scent of Christmas around here in my office now....you two should come over here to my place so we can cook altogether. Gino would LOVE it ! Joey, as I owe it to the name of my blog be sure to find some more apple-recipes here soon,
but of course nothing is like savouring memories ! angelika

Pille

This looks like my kind of dessert! Unfortunately I doubt if I'd find such ripe and luscious peaches here in Scotland. Who knows..
Looking forward to reading your meme soon!

Angelika

Hi Pille, thank you for commenting - I do appreciate it ! You know I have got a very regular reader of your site as well...
I'll keep the fingers crossed for you to find some fine peaches. However, we always like to have to best possible for our recipes, but in that case - as the peaches are supposed to be baked - you might also use fruits which are not too ripe. And I think the recipe would also be delicious with pears, but boil them a few minutes before you fill and bake them. Kind regards to beautful Scotland from Vienna, angelika

gia

Angelika, Paz is a girl, I had no idea, I though otherwise, well she has been great and she tagged me for the meme too. I finished mine today. I can't wait to read yours! Take care and give Gino a kiss for me.

joey

Hi Angelika, it stunned my work colleague (who was American and was with me in Greece) as well that I had never eaten fresh peaches before. But you are right, it's all give and take as we do have wonderful tropical fruits here. Some say our mangoes are the best in the world :-)

Tanna

Thanks for the extra nudge to go back and read this one. It is strange how much fun this blogging can be.
Those peaches look soooo good. And I have some doughnut peaches on the counter...ummm.

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