I intended to blog about a wonderful Vietnamese dinner with my family & Robyn and Tristan. BUT. Lazy bones and warm winter evenings (60 degrees!) got the best of me, and instead I tucked into my dollhouse size kitchen and baked pumpkin pecan bread. The apartment smells wonderful. I shall leave the windows open just for you to get a whiff ;)
To make the night extra lovely, I stopped in at Barnes & Nobles after work to pick up a copy of The Gospel of Food. Have not started on it yet (it’s difficult to enjoy the bread and book at the same time). The day is for multi-tasking but at night I like to take things one by one. I’m sure I’ll fall asleep with the book in hand tonight, and wake up sometime before dawn to finish it. I hope it will be good.
But for this moment, it’s the bread I savour. I’m a corner piece type of girl.
Hope you all had a wonderful Tuesday!
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