Hi, peeps! How´s it going? We´ve been “suicidal” for a couple of days on account of the heavy rain, but now we´ve pulled ourselves together, the sun is out and the weekend is here. Summer is gone though, no doubt about it. And even though I love fall, I prefer it in the mother country, where the temperature is usually 25 and the quinces start ripening.
Nothing to do about it, though. Norway is my adoptive country and I need to make the evenings cosy so I can stand the cold during the day. The other day I invited some interpreter colleagues over for some wine, gossip and a bite. We were two Romanians, a Russian and a Tamil. Plus my Vietnamese husband. It was a lovely evening, we shared frustrations and stories, we laughed until our stomach hurt and we ate a lot of goodies.
This one was my favourite- baked figs with brie, drizzled with honey afterwards. 10 minutes in the oven and voilà, you have something impressive to serve as an appetiser or dessert.
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Yep on rainy, dark European days the best solution is to turn to food! 😋 This looks delicious, will try and make it for friends who are coming to visit. Have a wonderful Sunday x
Indeed! Do that! They´re easy and they taste as good as they look! 😉 I prefer yellow figs, though, but you never find them in Norway.
I miss quinces! 🙂
So do I! 😉 We get them at our local grocery store, but they´re often bruised and thus taste funny.
Oh yum! simple and delicious! xxx
It was! 😉 Make sure to try it out next time you´re in Spetses! 😉