Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Semla!

Semla!



The traditionalist in me told me not to buy this semla yesterday, as it is way too early for that sort of thing. Luckily I didn't listen to that voice. In fact I never do!

18 comments:

MrsLittleJeans said...

Glad you listened!

Luis Gomez said...

These are so much fun!

Gunn said...

ha-ha-ha !:)

Eyeliquor said...

This is funny..because the page was slowly loading..the first part of this semla looks like a mushroom..
another optical illusion i thought :)

Leif Hagen said...

Delicious! Yummy photo! One time visiting relatives in Angermanland, I must have had a semla at every relative's house - many in a short amount of time!

RedPat said...

I've never heard of them but it looks terribly decadent and yummy! I guess it is very early but so what!

Halcyon said...

Looks tasty!

paul said...

Very appetizing, I am off to the baker's shop now!

J Bar said...

This looks exactly like a traditional Australian treat which we call a Cream Bun except we have Rasberry Jam with the cream.

Jack said...

Now that you have had it, it is time to hike back to take another photo of that old tree. Need to work the calories off.

Buck said...

Yum!

Olivier said...

Bon maintenant je vais aller prendre mon petit dejeuner ;o))

Jørgen Carlsen said...

I hope you enjoy Semlas! Your idea of a monthly shot of the old city hall in Roskilde has been followed - and the january shot is at my blog today. Thanks for the idea.

Tove said...

Hoppas det smakade!!

Winchester Daily Photos said...

Mmmm...

Steffe said...

I didn't listen.

And that's why I'm glad!


Mushroom you say? That would be an illusion!

You have to be careful eating semlor Leif.

That's the spirit Red Pat.

Sounds tasty J Bar.

Will do Jack.

brattcat said...

I'd tell myself I'd only eat half but you know I'd be back for the second half before I'd swallowed the last bite of the first.

Sharon Creech said...

Mmmmm, mmmmm.