Saturday, November 3, 2012

Danish cookies


This one is for Anjoe-Playhouse in Lolland, Denmark, who when I last heard from her, was making hay! 

21 comments:

Lois said...

I love those cookies!

Bibi said...

Oh, boy, could I eat one (actually lots) of those right now...love butter cookies.

gregory urbano said...

yummy!

Judy said...

Those would go good with my coffee this morning.

anjoe playhouse said...

Shame on you, insisting that I make hay!
In no way, and any cookie from Jacobsen or competitor Kjeldsen, both Danish, I can do better in my kitchen;-)
Kjeldsens cookies (from Kelsen Group) are extremely popular in China, especially as a gift item. They give us a great economy of export ... However, only a drop in the ocean compared to all the "junk-products" we import ...
Have a great weekend :-D

llandudnopictures said...

They would go perfectly with a pot of tea in the Haulfre Gardens Tea Room!

Danielle said...

Oh my these cookies are so good!!!! Terrific colors.

cieldequimper said...

Gimme those with a glass of milk before heading back to school on Monday!

Lol, all I meant was that the school was very inviting!

Karl Demetz said...

Oh, I love butter cookies!

Sharon said...

I remember having a tin of these around the holidays when I was a kid.

RedPat said...

One of my best memories from Denmark is the wonderful pastries and other goodies!

Kay said...

Four pounds of these certainly gives you enough to share, Lowell! And they go well with either coffee or tea and I'm not picky when it's served with Danish butter cookies!

Memphis MOJO said...

Now why did you go and tempt me like that? Nice shot.

Small City Scenes said...

I'm like everybody else--I love 'em too.

Yes I said 1908 now get out of my way or I will hit you with my cane---or broom. Haha
My Mother went to that grad school too---but not when I did. LOL MB

Randy said...

I'll bet they are tasty.

longbeachpeninsuladailyphoto said...

What a fun photo! Except now I'm hungry for cookies...

Cezar and Léia said...

They're indeed delicious, although I'd say 4 lbs is a bit too much! :)
God bless you!
Cezar

JM said...

I just love butter cookies! Can't stop eating them, as if they were popcorn! LOL!

petrolin50 said...

Lowell, I love biscuits. Good coffee and biscuit, that's it. Thanks for the comment. Please, you are asked where is the area of ​​my recent photos. It is a country Croatia, South Dalmatia islands. Specifically, the island of Korcula and Lumbarda place. Hello and nice new week wishes you Peter. (You can write me on my e-mail. I mention it in my profile.)

Lea said...

I got my grandma a can of Danish cookies when I came back from a trip. That's her classic favorite :)

Lea said...

I got my grandma a can of Danish cookies when I came back from a trip. That's her classic favorite :)

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