New recipes awaken my taste buds, elegant creations with food.
For inspiration I may try a cooking class, purchase a cookbook or magazine and, of course, surf around Pinterest for inspiration.
Accumulating countless recipes.
I love the chance to dig out one of those recipes. You know the adventurous ones that are not on the “regular family food cycle”. That comfort cycle that has me cooking the same ten or so meals each fortnight, the family favourites that everyone will eat.
Usually when I deviate too far from the “fav list” I am on my own. Curry is way off track for my family, which equates to I rarely cook it. It also means I am a sure thing for an invite to a Thai or Malaysian restaurant, I do in fact love the occasional curry.
During my huffy puffy day yesterday I decided I wanted curry.
It is okay the family did not starve they had homemade hamburgers.
Oh Dear! What has happened here?
Not very appetising are they?
What a magnificent place to be. I wandered around for a while, lost in the delights of natures exquisite beauty.
Also twirling around plans to add some colour to my own neglected garden. Oops hang on a minute why am I here?
Taahhh Daaaahhhh!!! Yum Yum.
To pick and eat produce from your own garden delivers a real sense of achievement.
As I plucked the leaves from the Basil last night, there was a flicker, a moment when that sense of Bliss snuck back in.
What do you grow that gives you a sense of achievement, a little I did this Bliss?
This is day 13 of my 31 Days of Captured Bliss.