Although we are back from Ireland since last week, I need some time to have settled down. Next week I am definitely back with the Chunky Peanut Butter and Oatmeal Chocolate Chipsters.
Meanwhile I take you with me through the
English Market Cork
in. A picture is worth a thousand words, so there is nothing to add.
And just in case anybody is asking: No, we didn’t miss St. Fin Barres Cathedral
19.12.2008: Emma Williams from schmap.com:
I am delighted to let you know that your submitted photo has been selected for inclusion in the newly released sixth edition of our Schmap Cork Guide:
Edit Februar 2009:
Di’s Kitchen Notebook
It looks like you had a wonderful vacation! Looking forward to seeing you back baking next week…
die food-cathedral gefällt mir besser.
Und warum durfte man da nicht lachen?
Keine Ahnung, ich fand das Schild halt witzig
No laughing area
Putziges Schild. Hauptsache der Magen lacht(e).
Great pics. „No Laughing Area“???? Aren’t people strange.
Amazing pictures Ulrike, thank you so much for sharing your wonderful vacation with us. Looking forward to seeing you back for TWD next week :)
What lovely photos, the last one is amazing.
I hope you didn’t laugh in the no laughing section!
Great looking breads there too, did you buy any?
What a wonderful trip. We’re going to the UK this fall and I’m trying my best to talk my husband into a couple extra days in Ireland. These pictures will help my case.
What wonderful pictures! It looks like you had a great vacation!
I hope you DID laugh in the „no laughing“ section. Signs like that are best ignored!
What a wonderful trip! That no laughing sign is hilarious and I love the photo of the Cathedral- wow!
Looks like you had an excellent time, here is the site of the english market in cork, they have some very good images there too.
When are you going back ?