Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Sweets for a chocoholic

Usually when I go to Koper, which is a coastal town, I always get something delicious from my colleague who lives there. He has an orchard full of figs and persimmons (kaki), so I usually come home loaded with such goods. I know he loves chocolate and sweets made of it, so yesterday I baked brownies for him. Ž is probably going there today and I know that I will enjoy lots of figs again, if he really does. Exchange of goods for goods is called barter in economics as I was taught, but I am sure that I am much happier when I have full mouth of figs than my colleague when he gets my sweets.

P.s.: Is this getting a bit like a baking and cooking blog? Do I really do only that? Time to go to the mountains again? :)

4 comments:

Kameleonka said...

Is it possible to get a recipe of these brownies?! I made them once by a recipe from RTVSLO portal, but they weren't consistent...

paperseed.wordpress.com said...

Your blog is just right. Who isn't interested in good food anyway?

Kristel said...

Your friend will love the brownies as you the figs, I think. And I also like your blog the way it is.

floortje said...

fresh figs, good swap ;-))