Sunday, November 3, 2013

30 Days Project Part II: Day 3: wine glass

Wondering what this project is all about? Check out my first post for Day 1 to get the back story.
Breakfast smoothy.
A quick lunch.
Dinner: roasted beets, oranges, in a vinaigrette. 
Today was a busy adventure. Breakfast was the usual smoothy- straws coming soon! I was overcome with hunger before I was able to eat my lunch and I ate a whole pack of raspberries. They did not even make it for a photo. Hunger did not allow me to wait. Up next I need to make a berry bowl that will allow me to wash and strain the fruit. Since I was a child when anyone would ask me my favorite food I would always answer fruit. I love fruit strawberries and watermelon are at the top of the list.

I have been thinking about it for a while but I would like to make a set of wares used for cheese making and after last nights reminder I think I will add it to my list. A big thank you to my friend Boryana Rusenova Ina for teaching me! This will include a small colander and a weight to place over top to compress the cheese. Dinner was amazing roasted beets from the farmers market with peeled oranges and a vinaigrette. The wine glasses came out of the kiln today so I could not resist ending my day with a glass of wine!

Yogurt making.
Cheese making.
Wine glasses are out of the kiln!
Late evening wine in the new glass! (mine on the left)
Big Thank You to Zac Weinberg

1 comment:

  1. This salad looks heavenly. And may I add that I am a proud teacher indeed for I've had my student (you) surpass me in knowledge and skill in the art of cheese making. Cheers!