my favorite dish, or rather dishes along with my cups, glasses and plates, would be everything with a history. whether i bought it with a friend on a special trip, just before leaving my country with the one i love. or if it's that single part of a whole set that was given to me, knowing that brothers and cousins have their unique parts as well. or if it's those dishes i have looked at my entire childhood and adult life, but never actually used, inherited from my great grandmother, the things i found on the flea market just after moving to israel. so many favorites, each containing a story, a memory or a time in my or my family's life. all of which i remember and cherish every time i take a bite, a zip, pour a glass or just look at it as it stands in the kitchen cabinette.
for more favorite dishes, inspired by joyce, visit jane from spain daily.
thank you so much for all your birthday wishes yesterday. i had a wonderful day. and thank you for your sweet words on my camera loss. i am still bummed, it's probably gone. it's in the nikon lab in tel aviv now, but i am not optimistic, since they weren't. now i know: never ever switch on an electrical equipment if it has been in contact with water. and now you know too. being without a camera will be my challenge in the coming days/week. to post old photos or find images from other sources. that could actually end up being a fun experiment.
wishing you a lot of fun too.