I put my hands on I book I was craving for years:
I jiggled when the postman came, saying loudly ” This is the book about fika I was waiting!”.
I was at work with my husband and a seller he was talking with.
Unluckly fika in Italian means pussy ( that pussy!) so you can imagine me running into explanations about what fika is for Swedish people. 😀
We spent another whole week- end at home, on the couch.
Mainly because we are saving energy for the next weeks, when school, rugby and many other things will start again after the summer break but also because the weather was rainy and we were too lazy to plan anything but what to see on Netflix.
Since husband studies as bartender ( for fun only!) we love having a cocktail or two in the week ends.
To celebrate the start of our summer holidays we organized a mexican dinner with a friend to eat food paired with mojitos and other nice cocktails.
In a eye blink May is here, we are having five days of rest, hubby is away with some friends and I have planned the most perfect time inviting some friends with their son for dinner ( Irish dinner, all the recipes taken from the books of Paul Hollywood: I have almost all of them, I did many of the dishes and they always came out great), then having a Friday’s night out with my best friend testing some cocktail bars and a restaurant.
All will end with a big rugby tournament on sunday.
Muscovado bundt cake with hazelnut meal and orange juice: have you ever hear of a similar mix of ingredients?
I didn’t since I read a post on Facebook of a fellow blogger.
I would like to share the post but it’s in Italian only; anyway I want to tell you about this Italian bloggers’ project called KEEP CALM AND WHAT’S FOR DINNER? that brings you every month many recipes you can easily make in about 30 minutes.