Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Saturday, July 27, 2013
So, let's begin. You will need:
1 big or 2 smaller cucumbers finely chopped
2-3big cloves of garlic, crushed with some salt
3 tablespoons of vegetable oil, olive oil is the best
2 cups of plain yogurt
2 cups of cold water
a small bunch of fresh dill
salt to taste
a handful of walnuts, chopped-this one is optional
In a big bowl combine crushed garlic, chopped cucumber, oil and yogurt and stir. Thin the mixture with the water and stir it again. Add the dill finely cut and the walnuts if you have some.
*Now if you like your soup creamy the ratio yogurt-water is2:2.If you prefer it more liquidy the ratio can be 2 cups of yogurt:4 cups of water.
The soup tastes better after being refrigerated for at least one hour. You can keep it in the fridge for up to three days. It tastes even better on the next day. Enjoy and let me warn you something: it is addictive. So delicious!
Friday, July 19, 2013
Wednesday, July 17, 2013
Saturday, July 13, 2013
My girl couldn't wait to reach the destination for the fun to begin. Too young to realize that the journey is the greater part of the fun.
We ate lunch at a great restaurant at the water front-The Freight House, browsed in some gift and antique shops and got carried away buying candy in one of the most amazing candy shops -Candy land.
Next time I am going to post some more pictures from our trip.