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If I Weren't a Therapist...

I would be a pastry chef! Or a caterer. I really love doing therapy and supervising intern therapists, but the days I have no clients and can just cook or bake are SO HAPPY for me!

On our recent weekend in Solvang for Slow Bowl, Brad and I were on a morning walk, and popped into one of the wonderful Danish bakeries. I didn't even want to EAT the stuff, but I SO wanted to BAKE IT! Here were some of my favorites:










Comments (9)

This, my freind, is where we are different. I'd far rather but baked goods than make them. Now anything else in the kitchen . . . sgn me up!

Yum, I want to bake them and eat them.


If you keep this up I'll have to stop reading your blog! ANYTHING almond and I am lost!

Of course the big difference between you and me is that I have zero interest (or ability) in baking - but I more than make up for that in the desire to eat.


Have to agree with Jerry- I'd rather cook than bake. But, hey I'd love to eat whatever you bake so please do mailorder!

Barb Cabot:

They look heavenly. I just want to eat them all!


Great photos - if you're taking mail orders, add my name right under Sheri's! :) Yummy!!!

I, too, am with Jerry et al. I admit that one can create more beauty in baking, but I'm an umami mamma.

Barb Cabot:

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I vote for catering! That would include making pastries, wouldn't it?

Just catching up on all of your blog entries.

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