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  1. grace

    haha they packed so many goodies into one little cake!

  2. Tori

    Great looking bakery! The chocolate parfait looks so fluffy and good.. and the ‘Jewerly Box’- adorable!!

  3. whisperinggums

    Meant to say before, doncha just love saying bibimbap – it’s one of the best food words around I reckon…

    1. L-Izzle

      Yes! The first time I ordered it, I had no idea what it was — I just wanted an excuse to say it, and figured that something with such a fantastic name couldn’t possibly be bad.

      My favourite food words, in no particular order: bibimbap, watercress, meringue, horseradish, fudge, pickle, honeycomb.

      I could go on and on…this constitutes a blog post in itself, I think!

  4. Lorraine @NotQuiteNigella

    Hehe that spelling mistake would drive my mum nuts. She’d take a red pen to it I bet! 😛

  5. Hannah

    Grace: They surely did – and I just realised I forgot to mention, in the caption, the cookies stuck to the outside ganache as well!

    Tori: They both are quite attractive, aren’t they? I wouldn’t mind being given this kind of “jewerly” for my birthday/Christmas/etc 😛

    Whisperinggums: It is a fun word – and I have this odd feeling it was in that bizarre rap song I did at Music School all those many, many summers ago!

    L-Izzle: Good idea for a blog post! I may use it… 😛 I also love that your favourite food words constitute deliciousness – pickles, horseradish, meringues (especially the peppermint ones I made for my birthday – tasted like candy canes!), watercress…

    Lorraine: Your mum and I would probably get along well, then! I’ve often considered editing/proof-reading as a career, and once thought I might create the position of restaurant-menu-fixer-upperer just so I can fill it!

  6. Lorraine @NotQuiteNigella

    I dreaded her getting that red pen out seriously! lol Now she makes mistakes on email. I wonder if I could use that strikethough as a red pen replacement? 😛

  7. grace

    hey LOL you’re right, I didn’t even notice that
    they really got enthusiastic about that little cake hahaha

  8. Hannah

    Lorraine: Teehee, that would be so naughty of you (but hilarious)! I used to dread my extended family’s inevitable tirades against Americanised pronunciations (that’s pro-NUN, not pro-NOUN, by the way :P) of words in Australia at our regular dinners… but now I just join in 😀

    Grace: Haha, yes, the bakers seemed to be thinking “Chocolate is good – chuck it in! Mousse is good – add that! I like cookies – why not put some of those on too?” etc etc 😀