The best recipe I’ve tried. It is a bit sweet but until I find a better recipe, this is it.
The first thing I do when I wake up these days is looking out the window to check if it’s raining. I felt the rain would wash away the leaves and the so little remaining hints of Autumn, so I rushed out.
One of my greatest joys in life is trying new things. Food is no exception. And these little meaty bombs called Bombette were pretty foreign to me.
G isn’t a big fan of sweets, unlike me. But these lemon bars were fantastic.
One of the first things G’s mom asks him before we leave for home is “what do you want to eat?” which means “what would you like to see on the table when you get here.” Southern Italy is “particularly” famous for its food (not an expert on this. It is a subjective statement but…
Perhaps I was too cold and wet to fully appreciate the Notre Dame de Paris last December, but I have to say I still don’t find it that memorable. But the Strasbourg Cathedral?
Where the French stand in lines for their carrots and potatoes, adorable kids munch on carrot sticks and French ladies stop right in the middle of the street to chat with fellow French ladies.
Last minute trip, which led to a ridiculous car rental rate, which led to having not the slightest idea on what to do, which led us to go on two ship excursions.