Easy, quick and crunchy, and then jump slash ride in to the sunset..
what are you talking about? is the darkness and cold getting you...do you need an intervention?
Le Chien: hehe! Am i getting a bit surreal? I just didn't know how to elegantly present my vegetables with beans on top-lunch.. Sorry about the confusion, I think I will be okay... pass the carrots please
Hi again Anette! I see that you had a lot of work in your kitchen, as usual! That spanach and cheese pie...mmmm....and that chocolate cake....mmmmmmmmmmmmm... I would like a pice of that NOW and I'll definitely do it soon!!!
I just had a soup tonight that looked much like this--except it also had ham and orzo...and we dipped foccacia into it.
I love that chocolate cake. I will try to bake it too. The spanakopita, is it from my recipe? Or you tried something new?
Okay - so, where's the recipe?!?! Looks good though.
ooh--I'll be a rabbit / cowboy, too!!
Marina: Yes I've kept myself busy you know!Jocelyn: There you go! We like that!Antogoni: I had to look up what "spinakopita" means. I didn't know you had made it too, I have to check your blog for it. Just wanted to try it, and they came out nicely!Darius: Reciepe? There was none I'm afraid, just greens (or reds) with beans on top. Easy and nice!Tavolini: Welcome on board!
that looks delicious.....and your top photo of skating is magnificent!
Shhhhhh! We're hunting rabbits...
Spanakopita's recipe is on November 10th My world post: traditional dishes.
Tamara: the skating weekend, it was fantastic! Buffalodick: see you, I'm jumping off descreetly..antigoni: yours looked very nice! Feta and spinach are very good friends!
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