I usually go to Herning in the weekends, because I need to get all my clothes washed (yes, we don’t have proper laundry facilities where I live!), and of course I need to see my parents too! – And I am teaching a girl in Carnatic vocal, which takes place on Fridays.
I think the last weekend was quite good, and my parents had bought a lovely “Kaj-kage” – it’s a cake filled with strawberry cream and decorated with marzipan, here green marzipan. I love marzipan so much btw.
Another surprise from my “student” (I don’t like the word student, because I’m not that prof. at all); she gave me this lovely iPhone case as a post-xmas gift. So sweet of her, right? :)
Back in 2010, when we went to India, I bought this cute elephant, made in something marble (I guess). But unfortunately, I accidentally came to put a book on it, so it broke. I then bought some superglue to fix it, and check out the result – you can’t see it has been broken ;)
Amma made so much lovely food this weekend, oh well she always does, but this weekend was just too good! My parents bought breadfruit (eerappalaakaai) for making chips out of it, but I asked amma to make it into curry too, so she made it for me – and believe me it was so good. Yummy, loved the taste of it. Breadfruit has great benefits, so I’m glad I get so much nutrition, being a vegetarian. Well, of course we get loads of nutrition, and I actually consider vegetarians for being healthier than meat-eaters ;) And she also made cassava vadais. Something I’ve never heard about before, and I was kinda like “WTH”! Haha. But trust me, I loved these cassava vadais so much, that I ate about 4-5 of them Ö. I even like them more than uzhundhu/medhu vadais!
If there’s something I can’t live without it’s chocolate – dark chocolate! I really love those from Summerbird, and they also sell these chocolates for chocolate milk. They’re SO yummy! :)
I’ll be posting another post on these Summerbird delights another day – I’ve bought several goodies at them.