While I haven’t posted any pictures in a while, rest assured that I have still been cooking. In fact, Tawn even got in on the act. Below, top row: Kalmata olive and rosemary bread; Bottom row: Golden raisin bread.
After returning from my Sunday morning bike ride (more about that soon), Tawn prepared a nice brunch from one of Ina Garten’s cookbooks. Tomato and feta cheese salad with cilantro and onion; and smoked salmon toasts with egg salad.
Yummy, huh? It Thai, we say it is น่ากิน (nâa gin) literally, eat-able or “looks delicious”. Along the same lines, some other handy Thai adjectives include น่ารัก (nâa rak) literally, love-able or “cute”, and น่าเกลียด (nâa glìat) literally, hate-able or “ugly”.