Friday, January 14, 2005

Copenhagen and lemon Squares


Did you know that these are my favorite desserts? Lemon Squares and Copenhagen. My favorites because I don't make them. They're baked by our favorite Danish Bakery for the Copenhagen and Chinese Bakery for the lemon squares.

9 comments:

rolly said...

party food ba yan at may kasama pang El Bimbo na tugtog itong site mo? hehe

Okay make a big heart and then dance!

Thess said...

Hi Ms. Ting! naku hindi ko kilala yan, pero mukhang masarap!

natawa ako sa comment ni rolly, hahaha...oo nga, party food nga ba yan? love the midi music!

HAPPY WEEKEND, TING!

SiaoChaBoa said...

Save some for me.. ;)

Bokbok said...

Hmmm... these go well with a freshly brewed coffee.
I wonder if we have them here and how they're called in French. Copenhague? Carrés de citron? I'll find out...

mari said...

wow, yummy. nagugutom tuloy ako.

ting-aling said...

Tito Rolly and everyone, just something to go with tea or coffee. I have a friend visiting for 2 weeks, thus the time crunch. Besides, it's a busy season for me at work so I hope you guys won't mind if I don't respond to your comments as often as I did before. Things will normalize in May. Thanks for your understanding.

eye said...

aling ting, ano yung copenhagen? :D
yung tig-P5 lemon squares dito sa atin, pwede ng pagtiyagaan lalo na pag gutom hahaha!

ting-aling said...

Copenhagen? It's a pastry made out of almonds and marzipan paste. It's the marzipan I love best.

Sassy Lawyer said...

etong matagal ko nang hinahanap na recipe--lemon squares. i used to make these pero i lost the recipe. makagawa nga.