Yesterday I bought a set a charcoal pencils. I’ve never tried drawing with this kind of pencil before, but I’m curious to see what comes out of it.
I ate these. They are a kind of soft meringues covered in chocolate.
And, well, Greger say hi:
Ah! Greger is such a cute dog! Love charcoal pencils but I don’t have a reason to use them anymore. Love the blog!
You know, in Austria they call this kind of sweets with chocolate and coconut “Swedish bombs”, don’t know,why.
I call them “breasts”, but I don’t think that’s the right name. But are those bombs filled with a white filling? Because otherwise you might be talking about the Swedish chocolate ball
No, no. Exactly these ones, really. Here’s the link to Wiki http://bar.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schwedenbombe
But it’s rather dialect, than proper German.
Yeah, you’re right, Anastasia! It’s like eating air, I can eat the whole package in one go:)
Me too. We have here also baby “Schwedenbomben”, so you can eat it in one bite. And I usually can’t control myself then.
That’s very strange, we just call them coconut-balls. I don’t think it’s special for Sweden, it’s very random and sold all over the world I think.
“The Swedish chocolate ball” is also very common, we just call them chocolate balls. I’ve made them all my life whenever I’ve been desperate for something sweet
Oh! How come there are no baby Schwedenbomben in Sweden?! That would be pretty appropriate:)
We call them chocolate snowballs.
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