Your Sunday looks perfect :) And that quote is stuck to my fridge :)
Indeed! Hope you have successfully pushed away that cold by now. The change of season lurgies - they're hiding around every corner at this time of year.
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Good heavens Smriti. This sounds fabulous. Thank you for sending this link :)
Lovely thought.....hope with all that mix up you are feeling better....TC
Did he really say that? that is so cool. Love you food - you blog always makes me hungry :)
mmmmmm. agreed!!!p.s. my father was obsessed with pavarotti...he had photos of him in all of our family albums, and we like to tell people he is our long lost brother ;)
and thank God for that....!
Damn those fennel drop biscuits look yummy. Luciano sang wondrously and clearly had his priorities right....but one can't help but wonder if that very philosophy did him in? Hope you are feeling better Priya. Your garden is lovely.
Hello blogging wonder,Fennel biscuits. You amaze me. I had a lot more catching up to do than I realized. Missed you. Hope you are feeling better. Your moth is luminous.
Hope the cold has been banished by all that marvelous spicy chai! I can't wait to try the recipe- thanks so much for sending it my way!And the fennel flapjacks...might have to try those as well. Maybe add some cornmeal, too. The Pavarotti quote made me giggle; he was, if anything, a prodigious eater!
These fennel pancakes look delicious!
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