You need to post more often.
Days and days do go by so quickly. Time and time does fly by so swiftly.
Minutes turn to hours to days to weeks to months. I last posted 8 months ago. So much passed since then – your recipes filled my inbox, my blog remained in a subtle hibernation, with the scarce WordPress notification downloading onto my app.
How do you wrap up eight whole months into a few short sentences, to perhaps try and justify your absence from something you once couldn’t abstain from for a day? Maybe you don’t. In fact, you probably just say a big bang hello and I’ve re-arrived at the party. And I brought some drummies and desirees along with.
But at the party my body of experiences doesn’t hold back. I tell you everything that happened in the 8 months I was gone.
From graduating university, to taking a semester’s break off work, to moving into an adorable townhouse and facing the reality of independent living with a loving partner, while missing the warmth of family back home.
But I have my own kitchen now.
Not that I hadn’t claimed the old one mine anyway.
I can cook whatever on earth I want to cook.
But on some days I don’t even want to cook.
That’s why I plan for leftovers from time to time.
Lie – I don’t plan it, I’m only feeding two mouths, yet only have experience cooking for 6.
Okay, enough. It’s a funny experience writing a blog post again after so long. I hope my readers are reading, and my blogging friends still around because I do plan on sticking around this time…
Drummies are on me. And the Desirees.
8 chicken drumsticks, skins on
For the potatoes:
6 red and 6 white desiree potatoes
2 cloves garlic, skin on, halved
a pinch of sea salt
a pinch of dried thyme
a drizzle of olive oil