|MOST IMPORTANT (FOR ME): THE LABELS ARE COLOR-COORDINATED.|
During the course of my un-wellness, I asked San Geraldo to pick up some honey and a loaf of sliced bread. Tea and toast sounded good. I told him to get whole wheat bread (called "integral"). He did, but of course purchased a very large loaf. Not wanting San Geraldo to consume too much bread himself, I had four slices every day until the loaf was gone. With all the other cooking I had been doing (remember the tea), I was finally too tired to bother toasting the bread. But I devised a variety of recipes. They all started with peanut butter (crema de cacahuete). From there, my culinary creativity went wild. As you'll see below, a lot of effort went into the presentation.
|BREAD, CREMA DE CACAHUETE, AND ORANGE/ELDERFLOWER JAM (MERMELADA).|
|BREAD, CREMA DE CACAHUETE, AND RASPBERRY (FRAMBUESA) JAM.|
|BREAD, CREMA DE CACAHUETE, AND APRICOT (ALBARICOQUE) JAM.|
San Geraldo has been back in the kitchen himself. Yesterday, he baked shortbread/lemon-raspberry bars. This morning, he baked his famous brownies. Right now, he's preparing traditional Norwegian krumkake. (There will be pictures). It's hard for him, I know. I set the bar so very high.