I havn’t checked my mail for a couple of days so I didn’t see the mails about the comments not working. I did a change last week in the settings due to too much spam and I accidently choose a setting that didn’t allow any open or insecure proxies to submit comments. This affected all commenting (except of my own which I tested…). Sorry, but everything should be working now. At least I hope so…
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In March I will turn 30… Now that the contract is signed and we actually have somewhere to live, we’re planning for my birthday party. I still havn’t sent out the invitations, so I don’t know how many people will come. But I still would appreciate ideas what to serve… All ideas are very welcome. Even if I don’t eat meat I don’t have any problems with serving it to my guests, so meat proposals are welcome as well.
Please help with ideas and links! :-)
Welcome to the new home of A cat in the kitchen . I have exported all old posts and comments from Blogspot, but I’m not done with all the categorising of the old posts yet. I will also add links of course. If you encounter any error or so, please tell me about it.
I’ve been very lazy lately, but coming up this week here at A cat in the kitchen:
- My Blogging by mail 2 package from Sue in San Fransisco
- Rhubarb muffins with almond paste (yes rhubarb for Fredrik!!! I had some in the freezer)
- Trumpet Chanterelles
- Farmers market in Gothenburg
- Sugar High Friday #13 – The Dark Side
- Dark rye bread: “Dansken”
- Oven baked root vegetables and Halloumi cheese
Until tomorrow when I start posting the above, I recommend a visit at MuffinFilms… 12 short films about Muffins, the last one called “Muffinale” is adorable. I just love the song which the Muffins sing… Or as Fredrik said : “Slightly annoying” :-)
Right now I’m reading “Steve, don’t eat it!” and I’m laughing out loud. It’s so funny and crazy, just what I needed now when I’m ill. It’s about a guy that tries weird food and he writes really funny, you just can’t stop laughing. Thanks Fredrik for the link ;-)
Pasta with fresh tomatos, olives, chili pepper, onion and feta cheese.
Cottage cheese with sour cream, radish, and spring onion.
Sorry about the photo quality, the photos were taken with my cell phone.
Oh no… The Cookie Monster will skip wonderful unhealthy cookes for broccoli and healthy vegetables… Today I read an article in Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet about poor Cookie Monster that has to eat less cookies due to the growing problems with obesity among children. Apparently 16 % of all American childen between 6 and 19 years are suffering from obesity. The Cookie Monster will teach the children watching Sesame Street that too many cookies make it difficult to learn new things and that cookies only is a “sometime food”. I think that it’s a very good initiative as children is getting fatter and fatter and need to form healthy habits at young years, but I’m still worried about the Cookie Monster… Will he really manage without cookies and will he now change his name to Broccoli Monster? And what about his wonderful cookie song, “C is for cookie”?