February 24, 2015
February 10, 2015
This year I want to be more thankful. I want to be present where I am, also when it's tough. I want to learn more about grace (versus performance) and maybe a new skill, too. I want and need to exercise more - and I hope to actually start loving it. And I want to, more and more, be in touch with the things that make my heart beat faster.
To have my heart fully alive.
(Picture by Helena)
February 7, 2015
I may have fallen a little in love with potato flat bread.
PERUNARIESKA (POTATO FLAT BREAD)(makes about 10 little flat breads)
about 700g unpeeled, unboiled potatoes / 500g boiled, peeled potatoes
200ml water or milk
a dollop of oil
200ml flour (barley, oat, wheat etc)
Peel and boil the potatoes, let cool and mash them with a hand blender in a bowl. Add the rest of the ingredients and mix with a spatula. Spoon dollops of dough on a tray lined with baking paper, sprinkle each generously with flour (the dough will be very wet) and pat them into breads 1cm or a little less thick (about 10cm in diameter). Bake the flat breads in 250 celsius for 12-15 minutes until nice and browned (start peeking in the oven after 10 minutes or so because baking times vary depending on your oven). Eat warm with butter melting on top, or course.