First off, I’m thrilled for all the wonderfully positive feedback on the 60 days of lunch project, wait what?
That’s right, 60.
I had to change it due to work commitment that will greatly interfere with our delicious lunch project, so I simply turned the 9 around, et voila, we have a 6;)
(Updates on the blog and logo will come tomorrow)
During these next 52 days of the food project, that is absolutely putting my food creativity into high gear, there will be many more easy and delicious lunches for you.
In some weeks, I’ll take you to Rome, and that is where I’ll be cooking the last half of the 60 days of lunch for you.
I think we’re in for a treat, but that is still some weeks away.
Thank you again for your supportive comments, I sport a huge smile when you say I’ve inspired you to cook, from scratch, at home;)
Cooking homemade food does take a little effort, but mostly it’s just about planning and preparing in advance.
The benefits are big, both for you and your health.
Flexing your home cooking skills will feel so good, and it will taste so good, a win win, really.
So far the only place to view these daily lunches are on instagram, find me under Marte Marie Forsberg, but soon I’ll share more news with you in regards to these daily homemade lunches and the recipes.
I’ll admit it, my heart skipped a beat. Do swing by Country Style
to take a look at the other two wonderful blogs that I’m sure you’ll fall in love with too;)
I’ve been missing the desert for a while.
So while the spring rain pours down outside, making every sprig wild with delight, I sit by the window and miss the pale, dusty and beautiful Utah desert.
A crunchy little snack that goes with my desert melancholy is crisp bread, with a good quality cheese, a slice of pear to add a soft sweetness, and a drizzle of honey to add that dash of desert glow.
And bcause there really is nothing better at breakfast than cold milk, I avoid cows milk, today I raised my glass with fridg cold soy milk.
To the desert, oh how I miss you!