Wednesday, November 16, 2011

5 Senses Tour, #1

watching: this episode of Wallander (from the subtitled Swedish version, not the Kenneth Branagh series, which I haven't seen yet). Perfectly atmospheric on a foggy, chilly day.



tasting: the hint of balsamic vinegar, which makes such a difference in this wonderful lentil soup.

listening to: Stan Getz and Bill Evans, on Verve in the '60s. Ideal in the evenings.



touching: the silky hair of my adorable canine companion, who loves sitting in my lap when I turn on (and sit under) our Japanese heater table (kotatsu).

smelling: rosemary I dried for a week or so and then stripped off the branches and placed in a small jar. Such an energizing aroma!

Yes, I've finally remembered to participate in Monica's 5 Senses Tour this week!

6 comments:

Monica said...

how nice to have gathered and dried all that rosemary. i always do, and then rarely use it!

i've yet to try vinegar in cooking (other than salad i mean). i'm going to have to rectify that.

off to hear that music.

Celestial Charms said...

Such a delightful post. Love Stan Getz and rosemary too!
Maureen

Sunday Taylor said...

I also enjoyed "Wallender," though I watched the Kenneth Branagh version. Balsamic vinegar in lentil soup, what a great idea. I just made a big pot of lentil soup over the weekend, from "Barefoot Contessa" cookbook. It was delicious, and I added some red wine at the end. Great blogpost!

Linda said...

Thanks for suggesting Wallender...always looking for something good to watch ...agree with the vinegar on the lentil soup...adds a zing!! Rosemary...I can smell it now...ah... and I love to touch my little Yorkie...he has such beautiful hair..wonderful post!! Love this tour!! <3...

Relyn said...

The meal has been eaten.
The kitchen is clean.
The leftovers are stashed.
The walk has been taken.
Everyone is happy and fed and blessed.
Now I have the time to stop by.
On this Thanksgiving Day, I wanted to tell you that I am thankful for you; for this blog; for our friendship. Sending you much love, Relyn

Jay said...

i love the smell of rosemary. and i love the name. :)
love jay xoxox

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