It seems I am getting a name at Versteegh. The one who asks an enormous amount of questions after every presentation. Which is not always the case. Today, for example, I only asked eight questions.
I have discovered an amazing taste combination today: watermelon with onion. Just take a piece of watermelon and a piece of onion (approximately the same size) and eat them together. I was shocked to find out how nicely these two go together! I have to experiment around to incorporate this duo in a sauce or a cocktail.
Look at this! Such a great idea!
Today’s swirl: ice-cream - chocolate, fruit - two spoons of cherries and two spoons of strawberry, topping - dark chocolate and mini waffles. Delicious!
Timeline: 1978 – before I went to school I spent my winters in Saratov with my grandparents. The shoes I have on my feet are valenki. And the trousers are a part of a suit my mother made for me. She hand stitched large ladybirds on the jacket and on the trousers. The kids in the kindergarten said: “These are butterflies. They are too big to be ladybirds.” Idiots!