Wednesday, July 1, 2009

June Heat

So, what do you cook when it's 100 degrees outside? I don't. Chill some fresh fruits from the market, chill the white wine, slice the cheese, set everything out in the sunshine for long enough to take a picture - this will bring the cheese (and the wine) to "room" temperature. Move into the shade, put an ice cube in the wine, try to eat.
Then, if the temperature drops to the comfortable 90-ies, slice the eggplant, summer squashes and spring onions, brush with olive oil, salt and pepper, and grill. Shower, then eat.

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admin said...

All your pictures look fabulous!

Sook said...

oops, I left the comment from the wrong account... your blog looks great. thanks for sharing!