Fruits & Gourds

I consider myself to be a very privileged college student for many reasons. One of them is that I live at home and because of that, I get to enjoy homemade food that I don’t personally make, every day. My mom is a phenomenal lady, but her cooking ability and talent is one of the best things about her. Yesterday she slaved over a Romanian recipe for pumpkin pastry. She worked on that thing for about 5 hours until it was finally done and out of the oven. It turned out really good and according to Weight Watchers, one serving is just 5 points which I was quite happy about. Anyway, I was even more happy to find there was still some left this morning, so I snapped a few pictures. Here’s two:

Normally, I would accompany foodography pictures with the recipe, but this one was in Romanian, and I am far too lazy to translate it. So just sit there and salivate a little.

And for tonight, I’ll also include some fruit pictures from the same album, but from a few weeks ago. A ruby red grapefruit that looks more like an orange, and some pineapple.

Note: You may NOT use this work outside of the viewing pleasure of this blog. Thank you!

 

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