MUffins, I guess.
Delicious little cakes¡¡¡¡ Greetings to Belgium from Catalonia. Josep Àngel
Funny how pictures with young ladies always get higher view scores... ;-)
They are indeed scones, ready to be put in the oven.
Thank your for visiting.
Yes, I agree with you. And some of them get sexist or lewd comments... I wonder why the women don't complain.
I'd like brazilian food has had such delicious dessert
Hi Alessandro, these are not desserts. They are scones and are part of the English tea "ceremony". Basically it's some sort of bread with raisins, currants, nuts, cranberries, blueberries or even chocolate chips in it. It's quite heavy and is usually served with butter, cream cheese and jam. Greetings from Belgium to Brazil - Hans.
Hi Hans. Nice and usefull information. The fact is that I don[t have too much vocabulary in english and even so sometimes I get speaking in english but the sound of the words are too diferent of my gramatical rules (portuguese language). Of course because of this I am making mistaes all the time in my letters. But thank you so much for this explanation!
Hi Alessandro. "Bom dia", "sim", "não", "obrigado" and "adeus". That's all I can say in Portugese so you're doing just find in English ;-)
Hey Hans! Very nice to see that you know good words in portuguese! I supose that NÃO is the first word that our child learn here because we are all the tim saying: - Não faça isso! ( Don´t do it!) It´s becoming very interesting this exchange with you!!!!!! So sorry but I don´t know any world in Begian language.
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