love and spinach? a perfect couple. supposing you are tired of passionate red associated with hot feelings towards your partner.
the truth is that love is actually… green. especially when you have a 4 month old baby and you are exhausted being young mother (parent) and really need just rest. then you’re sick and tired of all these red hearts of Valentine’s Day and sweet pink teddy bears. looking at green color makes you calm and compose yourself.
so I decides bake a bread. a green one.
unfortunately, after a true challenge for breastfeeding my little baby-girl, I had to yield. I as well-intentioned, I wanted to feed for 6 months… but my child decided otherwise. what a shame…
anyway, now I can eat everything. I can even go on a diet (still have baggage of 3 kg).
my plan of creating a new category went off at half cock. shame again…
there is Valentine’s Day today. celebration of red and pink. but not here. here we have the rule of sensuous green.
pale blue walls around me.
typical round lamps above.
metal beds and deteriorated small metal bedside tables.
tiny plastic cups with tablets and pills.
I hate being in the hospital. even if I’m sure that they’re goting to find the reason I have tummy ache and cure me.
on the other hand I love my charming husband. he is able to do things that are beyond his imagination. incredible.
what has he done? beetroot cream soup and amazing pizza.
don’t be delighted: cetring in a hospital is terrible. tasteless, without basic seasoning.
put on weight here – mission impossible.
weather. it seems that it will not engross your mind. however, currently it makes me mad.
intense heat then ten degrees and rain; white heat pouring from the sky and next cloudburst with frightening storms.
I’m not sure if my little girl indwelling my bump will fall in love with pink, but in the future certainly will fall for this old pink bread. thanks for beefroots it’s soft, moist, and little bit sweet.
I will never drown out its flavour by unnecessary additions. it tastes the best with genuine unsalted butter.
incredible colour. even if you do not like pink.
“Do you not know that a little yeast leavens the whole batch of dough? “
~Bible: New Testament, 1 Corinthians 5:6.
that’s right – only 250 g of yeast and I had 3 loaves of challah.
so I wasn’t alone. I was with the crippling smell of challah by then.