I feel as if I’m on the outside looking in at the minute.
Flu is a rotten thing to go through, something so common can knock you off your feet and keep you down for days. It’s cold and miserable outside too, so all I want to do is stay home, keep warm and sit in the semi darkness looking at my Christmas tree.
I don’t feel at all inclined to cook either, but what can one do when there is a family that needs feeding?
Trahanas soup is a Cypriot soup made with cracked wheat and yoghurt, small pieces of halloumi are simmered in the soup for the last 10-15 minutes, it’s warming,comforting and nutritious, but VERY hard to come by. We usually bring some back with us from Cyprus, but as I’d run out, I managed to find some at the Greek cash and carry where we do the shopping for the fish and chip shop.
Here’s my assistant cutting the halloumi:
I’ve been waiting months for my new display unit and coffee table too, which were being imported from Italy, I think they’re beautiful:
Hello from me!