Happy new week lovelies.
The year is coming to an end and I can’t help feeling reflective. It has been a great year and I am grateful for all that has happened. It makes us who we are. As the new year approaches, I can’t help getting in the resolutions mood a bit too early. Rare beauty is a home I have come to call my own and has taught me a ton of life lessons but learning is a lifelong journey. As the new year approaches, I would like to work on these goals gradually.
Cook more often
It has been a dream come true to food blog and I would like to continue this, God willing.
As much as I like bread and making it, I usually opt for the quick kind where either baking soda or powder are required. I personally think yeast breads are a little intimidating. So it’s a challenge to use yeast next year
Try the traditional oven
I love our oven toaster. It has made some of the most amazing creations but I think its time to try the traditional oven because a toaster may not always be available, right? Oh and by traditional oven I mean aluminium saucepans on top of a charcoal stove.
Extensively learn the history behind our traditional food
Its amazing what our food culture consists of and I would like to know more about it all. I will be sharing my experiences here, as usual.
Also, as much as I love food, I also love talking and looking at it (don’t you? Ha!). Been wandering around the web lately and would like to share a few links
It would be great to make this for breakfast and the photography is awesome.
This soup looks and probably tastes amazing.
It’s funny because I have a cook book with these Akara balls and now I have found them online….its time to get cooking.
This pasta makes me hungry.
What goals do you have for the coming year? Leave your reply in the comments below, I would like to hear all about it.
Have a great week.