Saturday 7 April 2012

Blogging from A to Z: G

Sidewalk buskers in Munich ~ photo by Bonnie Falk

Wine of the day: Garnacha (Spanish, red, lush and fruity)
Cheese of the day: Gouda (Dutch, hard and aged {3yr+ aged starts to caramalize. Very nice!})

Fruit of the day: Gooseberry (Tasty!)

Movie of the day: "Garden State" (Zack Braff's work of a decade.)

Album of the day: "Give Up" by The Postal Service
(We had "Such Great Heights" sung by a choir at our wedding. It was awesome.)

Book of the day: "The Gun Seller" by Hugh Laurie (Hilarious spy-esque novel)

Country of the day: Germany (Another country with a complicated history. My husband often quips that three of his favourite things are cheese, chocolate and beer, all of which the Germans do very well. They also make good cars. All the Germans that I have met personally, have been very friendly, intelligent and creative. Those are my stereotypes.)

The Black Forest ~ photo by Bonnie Falk


  1. Hi Bonnie! I'm here via A-Z. Gorgeous photo of the black forest. I've always wanted to travel to Germany. It's on the list!

    A-Z @ Elizabeth Twist

  2. I like all your Gs. Especially Gouda, and I like the Goat Gouda as it is especially good.

  3. Elizabeth Twist, thanks for stopping by! Germany really is wonderful and diverse... Go! :)

    50 foot QE, I have not tried goat Gouda but I have tried sheep Gouda. It was also very tasty!

    Jeremy Bates, oh, yes there is wine and food!

    P.S. I have followed you all back! Thanks for supporting the A to Z challenge! Enjoy!

  4. It makes me happy to have visited/watched/read/tasted what you've posted. On the G posting, I have 4 of the 7 covered!

  5. Germany on my list of places to go too. You are doing a good job of promoting it! Enjoyed this post.