While looking through recent photos there were many little snippets of relatively uneventful, but no less special, little moments. It's those little things that you tend to forget over the years though, isn't it? But when you look back on older photos, often the seemly uneventful ones - at the clothes you were wearing, the small objects in the photos, the food you were eating, well, it is often these things that help us remember. The smaller details of everyday life that we don't want to forget.
It's been good to see that an old garage sale find a few months back has been getting a bit of use again.
One of the very few things in Daniel's culinary repertoire. Zabaglione taught to him by his Nonna. Made by hand whisking egg yolks with sugar. We tried it with rapadura which lent quite a nice caramel like flavour and a little extra colour.
Our latest (grain free) pancake recipe, cococut flour pancakes. They are a little trickier to flip, but taste pretty good.
Knitting, this time for Luca. Rediscovering the joys of double pointed needles. Not quite.
Leftover soup (lamb stock, lima beans, tinned tomatoes, carrot, Italian herbs) as an afternoon school snack.
Trialling grain free bread (while still dreaming about making sourdough) and it's not too bad with plenty of butter and peanut butter.
Hoping that your week has been kind to you.