It’s like my obsession with melon, even when it’s out-of-season, will never die.
Fun fact – this is the first year where I can’t recall walking a lot on ice on the sea. I guess it was never really cold enough for me to feel that it was safe.
Have I already written about the moderate lactose intolerance I’ve developed in the last few years? And how I’ve become that stereotypical person who knows they will suffer if they eat dairy and yet I still do it
My new resolution of increasing my water intake with fake smoothies lasted about two days…
I really do wish melons were in season all year round!
I had one beer that night and it reminded me that I’m in my “alcohol sounds good on paper but I don’t actually want to drink any” phase right now.
Sometimes you get more avocado seed (is that what it’s called?) than avocado and then sometimes you get lucky and get a tiny seed.
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.
I can’t quite remember how the idea for this smoked salmon/leek lasagna came about but it was definitely a great idea!
We didn’t even have “salat olivier” and didn’t watch The Irony of Fate… we’re leaving some traditions behind.
Funny how sometimes a good sandwich during a roadtrip is the best thing in the world!
Full day for the little ones – medals at the skiing school and some varenyky-making lessons! Gotta start them young!
The EU Ecolabel is taunting me wherever I go! But I’m saying this in a jokingly loving way.
Long days of meetings and treacherous stairs have led me to trying new dairy products made by the neighbours.
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.