I’m playing a hilarious (not really) game of, “am I tired or am I dehydrated?”. I’m most likely dehydrated.
OK, I’ll admit it, I’m starting to get tired of the snow.
Leftover puff pastry is always good – makes nice little dipping things for Nutella.
Unrelated to anything but this terrine was really, really good.
It’s not a holiday in Marseille if I don’t bring back some shpunderok from the Armenian shop. This one was all fancy with some kind of seeds on the outside.
Pro tip: a brightly coloured coat is easier to find on communal coat racks than a black one.
Right before the holidays, all sorts of snail mail came in – snail mail is still the best!
I’ve read more books already in 2019 than I did in 2016. But I doubt that I’ll ever beat my 2013 number – my all-time record year.
There is a fine line between not defrosted enough and over defrosted, when it comes to making pseudo-palmiers using frozen dough. I rarely achieve the right balance.
I’m currently reading Charly Wagelius’ book and I now realise what they meant when they said that everything goes faster the older you get – in my mind he only retired a year or two ago…
They were back for a day! Managed to get a bag for my mum.
Had a work meeting at the airport. Interesting, I guess. Save an hour or so of travel to those arriving by plane.
Sometimes messy buns came out really well. Especially when you aren’t going out to face the world.
This is scheduled to be posted in 2019. Knowing myself I probably went to bed at a reasonable hour and was up at 6am and already got an early morning run in.
To-do lists – those great things that I keep on making and keep on forgetting about. I need a to-do list to keep track of my other to-do lists.
PvP against ultra friends from all over the world – I knew sending gifts to all those peeps would come in handy one day!
I sometimes wonder what it’s like studying material physics – ice behaviour and all that stuff. And then I remember just how bad I was at theoretical physics and concludes that it’s probably rather tough.
The shadows are long, even at midday.