Friday, February 22, 2013

Vegemite polenta soldiers

A classic, Aussie breakfast of Vegemite toast soldiers taken to all new heights.  Kim had the brilliant idea of setting a layer of vegemite in polenta.  He let it set, cut it into soldiers and fried it.  Top off the decadence with a fine micro-planing of cheese and dip into free-range soft boiled eggs.  


Relocated to Copenhagen...

So, it's been almost a year since we packed up our belongings into 28 boxes and shipped them from Hokkaido Japan to COPENHAGEN DENMARK!  We lived almost 4 years of our lives in the Northern island of Hokkaido, Japan.  And what an amazing experience and opportunity that was, the lessons we have learnt, the things we have seen and of course the wonderful people we have met on this journey.

But we now find ourselves in Copenhagen.  I am working at Noma, and Kim has something big that will start this coming Summer.  We are loving life in Europe, but we have been so very busy getting settled in and of course with work.  We have not forgotten about the blog, and just now uploading and getting on top of our photo situation so posts will sporadically appear again...  There is still so much when we look through the photos, Australia, Japan, Denmark and a few places in between.  The posts will be completely random, and of course may not reflect our current location.  There is just so much we have seen and eaten in the last 12 months.

This is the little place we are calling home.  It's right in the middle of the city, has floor to ceiling windows a great big living area, courtyard and pokey little kitchen that we have been enjoying the abundance of European produce in (oh my, did somebody say cheese!? bread!? small-goods ? ....  how we missed you in Japan!).  It really is a small world, as this constant journey we are on brings us yet again to the other side of the globe.