Celebrating with green curry 😊
86-87-88… God I’m so behind. I think the 100 happy days challenge actually fulfilled its purpose. There are so many things I’m happy about daily that I could make 5-10 photos a day and I’m so preoccupied being happy that I forget to post them on the blog. So here are a few happy moments of the missing last days. 😊 finally, English reading (as a sidenote, there was no preference, any newspaper can make me happy), English breakfast, garden cleaning, cat.
Funny family moments and pie!
Originally, I wanted to take a photo of the coffee the Man makes me every Saturday morning, but Black photobombed it..
On Friday one of my colleagues made authentic Indian food. 😍😍
So many things to be happy about today. First of all, macarons.
Second, all my deliveries arrived on time! And a huge plus: one of the items was not the one I ordered. When I checked the accompaining letter it said I had a replace item. I was ready to send it back unopened, but someting told be I should at least check it out. It is the kitty sweater I had saved in my favourites for ages! Well done asos 🙂
Did I already mention the awesome boyfriend and the 3 best cats in the world? 😸😸😸
Home, relaxing, learning Dutch and eating pindakaas 😊😍
When we made our first fruit cake.
Ever found yourself throwing egg whites away as the recipe only included the yolks? Did you feel bad? You don’t have to anymore.
Here is a recipe for using them up in just 20 minutes. Baking included.
Walnut and Peach Pud
– 3 egg whites
– 150 g icing sugar
– 300 g walnut
– about 10 tablespoons of peach jam
Pre-heat oven to 180 C degrees/fan. Whisk the eggs and the sugar in a mixing bowl until it hardens. Finely chop the walnuts in a food processor and add to the eggs. Carefully mix them together. Cover a larger baking tray with baking paper and place about 10-12 spoonfuls (using a tablespoon) on the tray. Get a teaspoon and scoop a little peach jam on top of each.
Bake for 15 minutes and leave it to cool before trying to move them onto a serving plate.