Lately I finished listening to the audio book of Julie & Julia.
It is about a Texan living in New York learning to cook French Food from a book written by a Californian living in Paris.
It has really confused my appetite.
I’ve been snacking on jalapeños from the jar.
We ate lamb with cauliflower and potato bake with a side of sprouts and beans.
It felt French because butter, sour cream and cheese were all seriously involved.
I also baked bagels.
The process was a very memorable one.
It reminded me of beer. 
It reminded me of the bible. 
It reminded me of baking with our babysitter.
I used this this recipe.
The bagels turned out ugly and a bit too golden and oh so delicious.
1. I knew that the end result of baking smelt good but had no idea about the mid-process bonus! The yeast-sugar mixture smells delicious!
2. I have been reading through 1 Corinthians with a friend and remembered how yeast is a tactile reminder of God saving people in chapter 5. I like tactile reminders.
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