“I am inclined to believe that one of origins of mathematics is man’s playful nature, and for this reason mathematics is not only a Science, but to at least the same extent also an Art.” — Rózsa Péter
This granola is very simple and versatile. Use honey instead of maple syrup, use different combinations of dried fruits and nuts, and if you want a little more sweetness, add some chocolate chips.
Look whom I met today around Green Lake! Some were standing on the shore, others were sitting on benches, and there was one who was already defeated.
Ready in 20-25 minutes. This risotto is not creamy, not made from rice, not full of cheese, but “it’s got the warming, hearty, nurturing feeling that I love in a risotto,” says Anna Jones in the introduction of this recipe in her great cookbook A Modern Way to Cook.
This morning, walking around the lake meant walking in the snow. Winter walks in Seattle usually don’t involve snow – rain mainly, or chilly, dry conditions. But lots of show fell during the night, and I wanted to see the local winter wonderland as soon as possible.
This morning, the snow blanketed the garden and the neighborhood. It’s early February, and we have a snow day!
Eating well is something I aim for. It might not happen all the time, but I make sure it starts with eating a good and satisfying breakfast. For me, breakfast is a priority, the most important meal of the day. It provides my body and brain with fuel, and it defines my day and sets the intentions for it.
How to deal with the gray January skies in Seattle? Explore the beautiful Arboretum where the striking colors of the winter blooming shrubs and trees will put you in a good mood.
Unique taste, full of vitamin C, adjustable to your liking, and can bring a festive feeling of the holidays to your table. It’s easy to make, it’s quick, can be made ahead, and keeps for a few days in the refrigerator.
Happy New Year, everyone! – Boldog új évet kívánok!