Someone has a sweet tooth

Lagkagehuset Bakery, Copenhagen, Denmark

I admit, I love sweets.  In high school I thought a package of gummi bears was a meal.  My grandma’s nickname is Sugar, I’ve never heard my dad call her anything else.  Can a sweet tooth be hereditary?  

When my sister and I visited Copenhagen earlier this year we were told to stop by this bakery.  We walked away with a few items because,
1. Everything looked so good we couldn’t decide on one thing to order. 
2. It was terrifying to order.  Imagine trying to order at Bay Cities at lunchtime in another language.  MADNESS!

A few more pictures to make you even more hungry for that afternoon snack. 

3 thoughts on “Someone has a sweet tooth

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