Yesterday I was reading Garance Doré’s blog – oh how I love her. She has that oh so casual french chic thang going on like nobody’s business that we all know you can only get if you were born there – true dat.
I’m going through a grape phase. I seem to be craving grapes a lot in the last few weeks. The sweetness, the texture, the way they pop in your mouth when you bite them. They’re like nature’s candy.
Often I have those nights when the Dr is working and I’m on my own and I cannot even contemplate making a proper dinner but I gotta eat because I’m hungry. This is where breakfast for dinner comes in (or brinner as I have now decided to call it). Usually I end up either with a bowl of cereal or an omelette or scrambled eggs…until I made this. This is incredibly flavourful, awesome if you’re muffintop is starting to creep back and so quick to make (tick-tick-tick), that I made it 3 times in the past week-uh huh, yep, 3 times and the 3rd time I made it when the Dr was home, this is what happened (see below).
When it’s cold and dreary outside there are some dishes that make you feel like you’re sitting by a crackling fire enveloped in a big soft blanket or if you’re lucky to have one, a doona/duvet/comforter suit. Say wha? People, someone has taken the snuggie to the next level and invented the doona suit. Probably the most unsexy outfit I have ever seen in my life but who cares when you can walk around feeling like you’re still in the comfort and warmth of your bed!