The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly @ Caffeinated Book Reviewer.Here a picture of the brioche buns (recipe can be found here) I made last week, that I told you about:
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We've had pleasant temperatures, a bit of rain but also some sun, just the way I like it. We're busy with our running and cycling and yesterday Camp NaNoWriMo started, so I'm busy writing as well. Another doctor visit is scheduled for next Tuesday, so hopefully I can remove all the unnecessary anxiety from my life soon.
Last week on my blog:
- Top Ten Books I've Read in 2017 (So Far)
- The Warded Man by Peter V. Brett
- Discussion Post: What Makes You Rate a Book Five Stars?
Last week in the cinema: It's sunny and warm and bright and I haven't been in weeks... I should really find the time to again, I miss films.
Last week in my kitchen: I found out that broccoli is so much better roasted than simply steamed. Probably taking a bit of the health away from the green vegetable, I'm sorry, but it's so delicious. Toss the florets in a bit of olive oil, add salt, and bake for 20-30 minutes (turn them once) until the broccoli is crispy on the outside and nice and soft on the inside.
Currently reading: Why can I not for once read just one book like a normal person? I'm reading the first book in the Riyria Revelations, plus Perdido Street Station, Gardens of the Moon, The Eye of the World and Watership Down (though I can't bring myself to care about those bunnies!).
Oo I love roasting broccoli! I like to sprinkle Parmesan on them right when I take them from the oven and then it melts a little by the time I eat them.ReplyDelete
I thought about doing Camp NaNo ((I've done NaNo for years)) but I thought that my July was busy enough as it is-- maybe next year!
My sunday post
Yay for Camp NaNo!! I'm not participating this time, but I'm going to try work on my novel anyway. Hope the writing goes brilliantly :)ReplyDelete
Ooooh you always make me hungry!! Those brioche buns look delish!
Have a lovely July, Olivia :)
Amy @ A Magical World Of Words
Roasted anything is delicious. I love broccoli. Good luck with the writing event and those brioche buns look yummy!ReplyDelete
Good luck w/ Camp NaNo! And those brioche buns look yummy. And great idea for vroccoli- have never done that. Gonna try it though!ReplyDelete
Wow lots of reading going on! Hope they're all good. :)
I love broccoli but have never tried it roasted. I will have to give it a try. Have a great week!ReplyDelete
I may have to try your recipe this week!ReplyDelete
Hope your latest appt. went well today. Those brioche buns are gorgeous. They would have been perfect with the barbecue brisket we had last night. :) I love roasted broccoli - almost any roasted veggie, actually. Just seems to make them better.ReplyDelete
You should watch Dunkirk in the cinemas once it comes out! It'll be coming out at the end of July I believe!ReplyDelete
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I'm glad that the weather has been treating you well and I hope that the Dr visit was Okay on Tuesday!ReplyDelete
My oh my those brioche buns look amazing... Just saying! :)
Hmm, I'm about to cook broccoli this evening so maybe I'll try it roasted rather! Thanks for the tip!
yay for pleasant weather. Makes you want to do MORE :) I wish I could say I'm busy writing too but.. vacation.. so word count... ZERO :( I hope your doctor visit went well!ReplyDelete