salty & spiced
We’ve spoken about this before, where days can blend together and the next thing you know you realize
you haven’t seen one of your closest friends for a few months. It’s easy to get caught up in the mayhem
of work and meetings and events, and then when you have some down time you spend it on your own with a novel
or a magazine. With the consultancy and the blog, things get messy and crowded easily. Add in regular
visitors (since London is a big tourist destination) and it gets completely overwhelming.
I’ll just say it, but I’m utterly stressed at the moment. Right now I’m competing against 3 major deadlines
and have a long, long list of to-dos. I’m not one to procrastinate, but it’s hard to keep up sometimes.
Although, things have gotten significantly better since I’ve got some help, but it’s just that time of
the year where you’re entertaining more than you can handle and you’re looking for a quick meal too.
for the archives
One thing that I’ve learnt since living on my own is the importance of having a few good recipes in your
arsenal that are quick, easy and indulgent. Cue in the chili feta dip. It’s salty and spicy, green
and refreshing, quick and easy. It’s one of those dishes that is perfect for a mediterranean
sandwich when you’re hosting a meal and a great addition to a simple vegetable platter. The easiest to prepare
and the most talked about item on the menu. So it’s something that I whip up if I can fit in a friend
visiting the flat.
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