Thursday, February 10, 2011

Youngest is talking in her Catalan.  Cool, no?

Room could really use another coat, but know what?  It's good enough.

Youngest's new storage boxes assembled and mostly filled.  YEAH!

Both kids have cleaned and tidied their rooms, TRIPLE YEAH!

I have made spicy peanut dip, salty spicy chickpeas and some delicious tamarind potatoes that are too mushy to serve I think.  Yummy for us though.  More to do tomorrow.

It is way late and I have to be up WAY early tomorrow and it's gonna be a looooong one.

Night all!


The Bodhi Chicklet said...

Mmmmm - salty spicy chickpeas, spicy peanut dip - care to share those recipes? They both sound wonderful. I do love me some salty and spicy. I love having clean, tidy spaces. *sigh*

J.G. said...

Sounds like things are turning your way pre-party. What time should we be there?

Or failing that, recipes, please!

PicklePits said...

photos montage of the fete, please. Only because I need a good party and ache to taste yours.

Have fun!!!

thecatalanway said...

Spicy chickpeas - one of my staple party dishes too! Thus the need for for fresh hot chillies....
Tamarind potatoes sound great - with my Irish background I am a potato fiend and hope to grow some more interesting ones here once we find our 'place in the country'
K x

oreneta said...

Bodhi, I'll share the recipies, no them soon.

JG; wouldn't that be sweet!

Picklepits, I am so sorry, I forgot the camera and literally have not one single photo...weird.

K! The potatoes I find here fall into one of three types, red ones, which are somewhat better for boiling, white ones, thin skinned, that completely come apart for frying, specifically for truita de patates, and the condis sells some others in bags...can't even remember now cause I buy at the market. The boilers aren't sturdy enough though.....

Hula Girl at Heart said...

Spicy peanut dip sound delicious.

oreneta said...

Recipe coming!