26.12.07

Time out


After a week of revelry, my liver is sitting up and begging for mercy, and right not all I want is to sit still, stare at the wall and maybe have a little white rice, with possibly a touch of miso soup.
New Year is coming up, and there´ll be some serious eating to do then, so it´s best to take it easy for a day or two. And then, maybe, I can tackle the post about stuffed capons. Right now, I can´t even look at the cookbooks I was given for Christmas.

12 comentarios:

Pille dijo...

So which cookbooks did you get for Christmas?? :)

Veron dijo...

I know exactly how you feel. My liver was complaining too and your idea of white rice and miso soup is exactly what I need to recuperate. Ooooh cookbooks...they are the best gifts ! Happy Holidays!

Guru dijo...

No veo la ilustración de hoy. ¿¿¿Por qué??? (llanto incontrolado)

Lydia dijo...

I'm with Pille -- which cookbooks did you get?!

redactedrecipes dijo...

Alaos want to know which cookbooks! Don't open them, just list out the titles! :-)

Ann

Rosa dijo...

I made a Greek salad today, of all things, midwinter! But it was exactly what I needed.

lobstersquad dijo...

ok, you win. They were two (there are a gazillion more in the post, still to arrive). How to cook everything, by Mark Bittman, and Poor Cook, by Caroline Conran.
I´ll be writing about them soon, I hopw.

lobstersquad dijo...

ok, you win. They were two (there are a gazillion more in the post, still to arrive). How to cook everything, by Mark Bittman, and Poor Cook, by Caroline Conran.
I´ll be writing about them soon, I hopw.

diva dijo...

hey..just like to say i love the art on ur blog!!

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe dijo...

Happy New Year Y'all~
You deserve a bit of a rest.

Cakespy dijo...

Happy New Year and happy liver recovery!

Anónimo dijo...

I just discovered your blog while researching food in Madrid-I am visiting in March and am so excited! I love your writing style. Any food suggestions about your city(time will be tight)would be appreciated. Thanks.

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