mint, ginger and wholesome
It was one of those days where I pulled the saucepan onto the stovetop under the impression that I would make some sort of courgette pasta. Though pasta seemed a bit too dense to eat after a brilliant dinner the night before. And so I reversed my process, the process of coming up with a recipe and finding ways to blend ingredients seamlessly… Instead I start chopping. The courgettes from the market were exceptional and there was that expected crunch I always enjoy. And so I decided to ensure that crunch. And now I was chopping matchsticks and it was as if my hands were fluidly moving without any indication what would and wouldn’t work.
I longed for something slightly Mediterranean, but torn between Asian and Italian too. And so it seemed only natural for me to blend the coolness from the Mediterranean, heat from the Asian and comfort of the Italian. Mint, ginger and wholesome.
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