I first had apple crumble in London when we visited Artist in the Kitchen Aunt. She effortlessly throws together fruity, cinnamon-y, nutty, more-ish crumbles to be eaten warm with thick, creamy custard (or cold for breakfast was great as well).Continue reading “Apple-Blueberry crumble with Almond Paste for our Virtual Tea Party”
August is fast approaching. School will restart soon. Anxiety levels ebb & swell. Venturing out of our bubble is challenging.
One Word Sunday: Pair hosted by Debbie at TravelWithIntent, Friendly Friday Photo Challenge: Capturing a Feeling hosted by Amanda at SomethingToPonderAbout & Sandy at TheSandyChronicles.
Mulling over the prompt for One Word Sunday: Patchwork hosted by Debbie at TravelWithIntent, I contemplated things that are made up of miscellaneous or incongruous parts, a hodgepodge perhaps, and yet these bits make up a coherent whole. And if you consider the Aristotelian idea of synergy, we could end up with a great deal more, and perhaps even better, than what we started with.Continue reading “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts”
In a world truly going mad, I am reminded that Nature holds such miracle and will persist despite ourselves.Continue reading “strange & wonderful”
Remember the windfall of lemons? The girls and I were sitting around the table brainstorming what exciting things we could make. Older Daughter reminded us that we have biscotti morbidi al limone (soft lemon cookies) bookmarked from ages ago. This was our time to try them.Continue reading “dreamy puffs of cloud: Soft Lemon Cookies”
Dropped my phone on the pavement – cracked my screen. Stubbed my toe on the sofa leg – dislocated it (my toe, unfortunately, not the sofa). Flipped a spoon out of the sink while washing it – bruised my ankle.
Did I mention that I had a klutzy day?Continue reading “when lemons come my way”