First thing I must have is rye bread and home-made cheese, with butter milk. Yes, I am slightly
strange, but that's me. Fortunately you can now buy that cheese in the grocery stores over there,
and I don't even warm it up, I eat it while the wrapping is on...yes, I open it little bit first.
The bread has to be the one with a hole in the middle, that's the best. Well, at least on top of the list. Buttermilk? It's much better than what I can buy here. Maybe the process is different, who knows, but it tastes so good, I could drink one liter just like that, with bread and cheese.
A cousin of mine told me about making rye bread without the root, and of course I was immediately interested. I found the place and here it is (in Finnish, though, but the translation is
There is also a Pulled Pork recipe, which looks delicious. I might try that one, too, one of these
I also found some "homemade" - like cheese, Spanish fresh cheese, and also some other, but forgot the name of it. Also, in some Italian grocery stores you can find Fesh Cheese, but I prefer the Spanish one.
I took a picture of the rye bread dough, with my phone camera.
I tell you about my knitting. I made a cowl for myself, which I will not wear unless the temperature outside is -20 or colder. The cowl, though is quite pretty, so I might use
it for five minutes in a warmer weather, just to show off.
After the snowflakes, I went back to my attempt to make a wide wrap with cables. Not sure ifI finish it before the spring (it's for winter), but I will try.
rising, but I could not wait for to taste. Not bad