Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Coffee and cake

Went over to my friend Nena's place the other day, and she offered me a cup of Turkish coffee and some of her homemade fruit and nut cake. All I can do for you is offer you a photo....but I hope you will enjoy it!

15 comments:

Luis Gomez said...

Fruit cake sounds sooo good!

Leif Hagen said...

Oh-my-word! Delicious photo! Yumm!

richies said...

Looks tasty!!

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Louis la Vache said...

Coffee-hound «Louis» DID enjoy it!

;-D

Gaelyn said...

Looks good enough to eat. Plus love the doily.

knez011 said...

Turkish coffee ROCKS! I don't subscribe to the terminology like "Serbian coffee" (or "Greek coffee" for that matter). It is what it is - Turkish coffee.

Tash said...

Excellent photo - I cup is so pretty, the cake with the walnut table looks rich and yummy. Does that bring back memories!
"kafu mi draga ispeci, bas ko da je draga duso za tebe..."
I have a recording of my grandma & I singing that in 1986 - a treasure.
Da li Nena gata?
I had a really good cup of Turkish coffee just recently...in Dayton, Ohio (of all places) in a Turkish restaurant (of course). I did flip the cup. My aunt (mom's sister) used to be a popular coffe grounds reader.

Olivier said...

Hummm cela tombe bien je fais prendre mon petit déjeuner ;o) cela semble bon

Liliana Holtzman said...

Oh Bibi, an entire world awakens in my head when I see this picture! Thank you.

Thérèse said...

Right on time for my virtual breakfast!

Daryl said...

Turkish coffee.. soooo strong, sooo good .. and homemade cake .. sigh way less calories this way .. thanks!

Tash said...

PS - on visiting Ballard Locks - I bet you've seen a lot more cultural sights than I have in Seattle though - I think the locks are an engineering-appeal thing.

Alexa said...

Looks delish—but this coffee would keep me up until all hours!

Rebecca said...

And a lovely photo it is! As delightful for the eyes as it must have been for the tongue. I love that the coffee still has a little froth around the edges.

Chuck Pefley said...

Well, at least you're sharing -:)