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Sasasnippets Yellow: Things Making Me Happy of Late

February 18, 2011 · 22 comments

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The art of Pancakery came to her late in life but with a vengeance

Orangette’s Oatmeal Pancakes which I’ve renamed Porridge Pancakes for the pleasing alliteration and made maybe eight times since I discovered them – with blueberries, with raspberries and plain – are superlative. The subtle sweetness of the oatmeal makes me feel calm and happy at breakfast time and when I graze on the leftovers during the day. Also, Dutch Babies – I’m not sure where they’ve been all my life but I must make up for lost time, not difficult since they take about 1.5 seconds to make. They’re mochi mochi too, bonus.

Curation Station

Years ago, I went through a phase where I thought I’d like to be a curator and practised on my friends by having a show in the warehouse where I lived. Then I realised there are five curatorial jobs in New Zealand and they (the curators, I mean) don’t give them up ’til they die. Now I can do a pop version without bothering anyone on Pinterest. My addiction is total and complete.

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Footnotes Rule OK

I’m probably hopelessly behind on this but David Foster Wallace’s book of essays “Consider the Lobster”! All the footnotey geekery you could possibly squeeze into one book, and more – good practise because I happen to be proof-reading my friend Ulli’s doctoral thesis “Return Migration and Maori Identity in a Northland Community.”

After three false starts (I couldn’t understand who was who and what they were saying), I’m riveted by The Wire. I seem to be in good company too, lots of Twitter peeps agree it’s the best TV show ever produced. If you tried watching and gave up, I encourage you to stick through the first three or four episodes; it’s television as I’ve never seen with fascinating and in-depth social commentary.

Eat your vegetables

Not hard, when you’re head over heels with this garlicky and hot Black Sesame and Broccoli Salad from Lottie and Doof. Smith Bites’ Cream of Tomato Soup, made with – of all things – tomato juice, has been a hit too in this neck of the woods too. I replaced the milk with cream and dialled the amount back to one cup with great results.

Savoury bread puddings seem to be all the rage at the moment and F. was rather keen on this panade. I find caramelised onions a little sweet and would only cook until transluscent next time instead of letting them get jammy.

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Snug as the proverbial…

I’m that annoying person who moans about being cold. Always have been.  I (and anyone who has the misfortune to be standing near me) might have a brighter future now though, I bought this jacket a month ago and have been toasty since, not to mention unconstricted, it only weighs 600 grams and folds into a pillow! It’s from a label that emphasises recycled materials and has won several awards for their environmental efforts too (I just like it, I’m not being paid or anything, in case you’re wondering).

Sweeties

F.’s Oma likes cake and so I sent him down there last weekend with this moist and spicy Ginger Cake. Actually three-quarters of it; to his outrage, I couldn’t resist saving a little for myself. Not more than a few days before that, these Benne Wafers were made and dispatched in less than 24 hours. Dangerous but you know, I live on the edge. Come on over, the view’s fine.

What’s good in your world of late, my pretties?

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Suz February 18, 2011 at 7:33 pm

‘What’s good in your world of late my pretties?’

Your blog posts! I’m loving the yellow. Also, this can of Irn Bru I’m drinking. Biscuits. All the buds on the trees and the snowdrops popping up everywhere. Sleep-in Saturday.

That jacket looks hella cosy. I like that folds into a pillow! I generally like things that are also other things.

Sasa February 18, 2011 at 8:36 pm

I like stuff that’s other stuff too! All about the multi-purpose goods. It feels like snow again here so I guess I’ll be sleeping in tomorrow too ^_^

SMITH BITES February 18, 2011 at 10:00 pm

seeing you here – THAT’S WHAT MAKES ME HAPPY SASA!!! am so happy you had a wonderful vacay but i do miss seeing your cheery face! you won’t believe this but David Foster Wallace was our first cousin – we never met him before he died but he was married to our cousin on The Professor’s side of the family . . . i know, James Dean on the dad’s side and David Foster Wallace on the mum’s side . . .

Happy Weekend!

Sasa February 19, 2011 at 6:05 pm

Heh! Amazing!

Kocinera February 19, 2011 at 1:34 am

I love footnotes, too! A couple of weeks ago, I had to include one in an English essay to explain some weird quotes and felt like a total genius. Plus, they’re very handy. When I read some Jonathan Swift without the footnotes, I ended up mistaking a satire for serious social commentary–very confusing. Just goes to show you how indispensable those little dearies are.

Kudos, by the way, for proof-reading a doctoral thesis! That would totally make my brain melt. :D

Meena February 19, 2011 at 4:07 pm

Apparently yellow represents “courage”. I like this colour.

Thanks for the link to oatmeal pancakes, got to try that out…

xx

Heavenly Housewife February 19, 2011 at 7:55 pm

Whenever I see yellow, I think of my mother, and she is definitely a person who makes me happy. I also love bananas, they are yellow too :) Mostly though, I love golden brown LOL. Why? Cause I am a piggy and I love breads and fried food.
*kisses* HH

Alessandra February 20, 2011 at 4:03 am

I like the jacket too, but can you get it in yellow?
Maybe that would be too much…

Sasa March 2, 2011 at 3:39 pm

I’m afraid not, but I’m sure it would be great on you. Maybe they’ll do one eventually, they change the designs every season.

Alli February 20, 2011 at 8:52 am

Wow that is one serious jacket, perfect for those Austrian winters. I used to love winter coats, particularly fond of a red wool on with fake fur cuffs in the Russina military double breasted style ….ah, I only posses a short ski jacket now and it’s often too warm for that even on the mountain!

The Grubworm February 20, 2011 at 10:20 am

Nice curation of an eclectic set of stuff… particularly the jacket – i have just spent the last 30 mins lost in a world of insulated breathable jackets…

Sasa March 2, 2011 at 3:40 pm

Mwahaha, my work here is done.

joefish February 21, 2011 at 8:26 am

Glad you’ve joined The Wire appreciation group dearest, it’s damn good story telling, very well put together with a killer script… and terribly addictive!
J

Sasa March 2, 2011 at 3:40 pm

It’s finished! What to do with my life now…?

Anna Johnston February 20, 2011 at 11:56 pm

I used to own a jacket that I called puffa cos it puffed up, took it off on the tube in London & when I turned around it’d be snapped up (seeing you could squeeze it into a handbag if you were very clever & quick) I spent the entire trip eyeballing everyone with absolute distrust for the rest of the trip (& froze for the rest of my time in London) so…. VERY jealous of your new jacket :) Cool pics too :)

hungryandfrozen February 21, 2011 at 9:40 am

That picture of lemons is so pretty, I swear I could almost smell them when I first looked at them. I’ve tried that brocolli salad and absolutely LOVED it, such good stuff. Pretty pinterist site, I’ve never heard of it before but it reminds me a bit of tumblr. German Oven Pancakes sound so cool, like where have they been all my life? I have German heritage on both sides even!!

And finally, YAY I’m so glad you like the Wire. Wish I could take a week off and re-watch the lot :)

Lorraine Not Quite Nigella February 22, 2011 at 12:20 pm

Loving the yellow bursts, they are definitely so happy making! Nice list Sasa! :)

Lana February 23, 2011 at 9:14 am

Ah, I am looking for something yellow to add to my patio plants! I wanted a lemon tree, but don’t know if I have enough patience:)
Nice jacket – only 600gr? They have come a long way.
Are those forsythia bushes blooming yet? I remember them as first harbingers of spring in Serbia…
I love your photos more and more. You have a great eye.
My sister and her husband are coming from Frankfurt your way to ski somewhere close to the Ger-Aus border. I’ll tell them to wave to you for me!

Sasa March 2, 2011 at 3:41 pm

Not quite but soon! I love those bushes, they’re gorgeous.

Stephanie February 25, 2011 at 6:56 am

If you are addicted to oatmeal pancakes, may I suggest these as a variation? I got them from Chatelaine (a Canadian magazine) a couple of years ago, and there is now rarely a month that goes by when we don’t make them at least one Saturday. They have the added bonus of keeping for a couple days and toasting nicely the next morning for breakfast. Oh, and the always welcome added bonus of using up brown bananas you don’t want to eat, but also can’t bring yourself to throw out.

Here’s the link: http://food.chatelaine.com/Recipes/View/Banana_oatmeal_pancakes

By the way, if you want to make them gluten-free, sub in 1/3 c. rice flour, 1/3 c. tapioca starch and 1/3 c. potato starch for the 1 cup of flour.

Sasa March 2, 2011 at 3:43 pm

Thank you! I have 5 (5!) bananas in my freezer I need to do something with.

Su-yin February 26, 2011 at 10:57 am

I think there’s something about the colour yellow that just screams ‘happiness’ and ‘sunny days’ – to me anyway. Love that photo of the lemons. :)

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