What could be better on a lovely sunny spring day than sitting down to lunch with a good friend. It’s one of the joys of being retired that we can invite our friends around for a relaxed lunch, afternoon tea, or just a chat.
That’s what I did last Tuesday when my friend Rhonda came for a visit. We roamed around the garden, chatted about our interests, we are both volunteers in the same organisation, and relaxed over a vegetarian lunch. Ken joined in, though he was not that keen on the lentil parcels and sweet potato accompaniment neither did he much care for a bread I came up with produced from Harina de Maiz Azul, i.e. blue maize flour from Mexico. Actually it was absolutely delicious. It’s a sort of tea bread with blueberries. I bought the flour recently when we went to a Mexican Festival in Melbourne. I searched the internet for a suitable recipe which I was able to follow in Spanish. I’ll post the recipe later (in English of course). I’m sure ordinary maize flour could be substituted.
Rhonda came with a magnificent bunch of flowers. Here’s a photo so you can all enjoy.
Until next time