Samstag, 15. September 2007

09/14/2007 wow!



today's fabulous sundown made me get rid of my bad thoughts about the destroyment of my note!

Freitag, 14. September 2007

09/14/2007 fortunately




fortunately I took this picture of my creation straight after finishing it this morning!

it was hard work because I needed to take the lift down from 10th to basement, then back to the 4th floor and again to basement to finish it. so I needed 18 floors alltogether!

hope it stayed long enough till Dave left home!

because it seems that someone did not like it!
when I returned from work it looked like this:




but thanks the person who destroyed it did not touch the message about who's mother is a bitch all men in the house still know which bell to ring.

sorry for that sarcasm!

Sonntag, 2. September 2007

09/02/2007 pour Sophie



from Orangina Cake into Orangina Gâteau

09/02/2007 Kürbiskuchen



Zutaten

350 g Kürbisfleisch (z.B. Hokkaido)
100 g getrocknete Aprikosen
150 g gehackte Mandelkerne
150 g weiche Butter
150 g Puderzucker
2 Tl Zimt
1 Pk. Vanillezucker
Salz
3 Eier (Kl. M)
180 g Mehl
2 Tl Backpulver


Zubereitung
  1. Kürbisfleisch auf der Kastenreibe grob raspeln. Aprikosen fein würfeln. Beides mit den Mandeln mischen.

  2. Butter mit dem Puderzucker, Zimt und Vanillezucker sowie 1 Prise Salz mit den Quirlen des Handrührers schaumig schlagen.

  3. Die Eier nacheinander unter die Butter rühren, dabei 1 Ei vollständig untermengen, bevor das nächste dazukommt.

  4. Kürbismischung unter die Butter heben. Mehl und Backpulver über die Masse sieben und unterheben.

  5. In eine gefettete und bemehlte Springform (24 cm Ø) geben und im vorgeheizten Ofen bei 180 Grad (Umluft 160 Grad) auf der 2. Schiene von unten 45 Min. backen.

  6. Herausnehmen, auskühlen lassen und aus der Form lösen.
Kürbis-Muffins

Den Teig wie oben anrühren, dann in Standard-Muffinformen mit 12 Mulden verteilen. Bei 180 Grad 30 Min. backen. Dann mit Puderzucker bestreuen.

Samstag, 1. September 2007

unexpected sadness


David is back! I should be completely happy, but:

Some days ago on my way to work I saw that the police screend an accident from view.
At a crossing which I usually cross, too. But that day I've chosen a different route. I thought: "Strange, now I know why my intuition told me not to take the shorter way although I am late!?!" Because as I had to wait at a red light I really thought about how ridiculous it is to wait instead of taking the shorter route. But then I thought that it is better to wait. But the most strange thing is that in that moment I also thought that I will find out why it was better to bike the longer route!

The day after on my way home I saw people bringing flowers to this place.

I don't know why this strikes me so hard. Maybe due to my apprehension. But maybe because I am able to relate to the feelings of this people who brought the flowers to this place of death. Someone they loved maybe just wanted to go to work but went out of their lifes!

Because life is short and fragile this is one of my most important mottos:

"Do not save your loving speeches
for your friends till they are dead.
Do not write them on their tombstones.
Speak them rather now instead!"



Edi - I did not have to write it on his tombstone!