It was the morning after my cousin’s funeral. My cousin’s son-in-law went out early in the morning to get some bread rolls for the family’s breakfast. I asked, could come with him for the walk. I wanted to familiarize myself a bit with my cousin’s surroundings, to get more of a feeling about the area where she had lived. So we went for the short walk to the baker’s shop. I had my camera with me. Looking at some of the displays at the basker’s, I couldn’t stop myself from taking a few photos. I think the shop assistant behind the counter looked at me a bit puzzled. She probably thought I was odd taking pictures. Looking at the pictures now I still think the displays look very appealing.
- Cakes in Germany
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Auntie, Sister. Grandmother, Great-Grandmother, Mother and Wife of German Descent I've lived in Australia since 1959 together with my husband Peter. We have four children, eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. I started blogging because I wanted to publish some of my childhood memories. I am blogging now also some of my other memories. I like to publish some photos too as well as a little bit of a diary from the present time. Occasionally I publish a story with a bit of fiction in it. Peter, my husband, is publishing some of his stories under berlioz1935.wordpress.com View all posts by auntyuta
7 thoughts on “Remembering München”
I agree with you. They look yummy!
That is a beautiful, and tasty display! I’ve done the same thing…taken photos in shops and had shopkeeper’s look at me with suspicion! 🙂
A temptation very hard to resist – how did you choose which ones to buy? 🙂
I resisted the temptation to buy anything. Hans- Peter did buy the fresh breakfast rolls as planned, I didn’t take any pics of the rolls though.
They look delish! I’m tempted to reach for a cup of coffee with it.
Sometimes just looking at the displays is as good as eating some of it. There’s often so much on offer that it’s very difficult to make a choice as to what one would like to eat.
It’s remarkable that all the items are priced. When it says ‘Euro 1,45’ this means it costs less than two Australian Dollars. A piece of cake like this in a cake-shop in Australia would cost more than twice as much!