when one craves Schwarzw By Shalimar Born in the Philippines, raised in Europe and globetrotter. Category General Post navigation Previous PostPrevious…and we shall feast in the English countrysideNext PostNext…my love affair with banana bread 17 Comments All i know of German language is achtung…hahaha…but the ending of `torte` in every word is unmistakable! I miss Greece! I know that street! Those swiss/german goodies look fabulous though…MMM! yummy cakes! my visit to Koln Germany for the WYD was a pleasant one, met new friends of different cultures. I’m not very familiar with German/Swiss/Greek desserts, but I do know that I now have a craving for every one of them! Those all look delicious! i miss black forest cake! and my high school life…helping mom and aunt bake this! can’t remember the last time i’ve had one!need you to come over…fast! The name is a mouthful and the cake looks mouthwatering. I don’t know how to speak those languages but I sure wouldn’t need to talk anyway once I have my mouth full of those cakes! Objection ;-), there is not only one (sour) potato salad in Germany and there is no German food. We have 16 Bundesl I love “Schwarzwaldertorte”! Yes, Swiss-German is a very difficult language to learn, but it’s a little easier if you know “Hochdeutsch”… Cheers, Rosa yummy yum… i think im gaining weight just be looking at them! Are there eggs on those cakes? If yes, then your lovely nephew will give those lovely things a miss until he grows out of his egg allergy. Till then Im sure his dad won’t mind to have his share. my captcha is “cake” is that for me on my birthday? You say one of the ladies if from Appenzell? Have you tried Appenzeller cheese? WHOA!!!! One of the best cheeses I have ever tried. BTW I am so going to have a cake there today…you got me all salivating over my keyboard and that ain’t a pretty picture ‘mein schatz…’ What are their opening times? I’ve licked my computer screen too many times now, only to find dust on my tongue instead of black forest cake! The cakes in the photos look delicious! I love cakes. No wonder I’ve grown into some kind of human pig here in Switzerland, where the cakes and chocolates are to die for! Hay, the German language. What can I say? It scratches my throat. LOL. I should have studied French all along, now that we plan to move to a French-speaking region. Indeed, the German-speaking Swiss don’t speak High German on the streets. The Swiss German language remains a mystery to me. It’s pure torture to listen to my stepmother-in-law speak Bern Deutsch to me. Hi, Sha. Just dropping by to wish you a blessed Easter celebration. Hmm easter will have Black Forest G i havent been to Greece but hubby and I were thinking of passing short vacation there this summer 🙂 seeing all these cakes convince me even more to go there 🙂 heheh btw, hope you wont make any spelling contest with these cakes 🙂 Suosdei from the Kingdom of Cambodia!! Thanks very much for taking time to greet me even if you are still under the weather. The cakes in this post are very -oomph-! For a while I thought those were for me 😀 Maraming salamat, sa uulitin. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.