So maybe I’m not cut out for this whole insta thing - I’m already halfway through my food before I remember to take a 📸😝
HOWEVER, I did get this shot of the most magical dessert I’ve had in a long time. Phil and I have eaten a LOT of Creme Brûlée in our time 😳 This one was particularly 😍
Thin, crisp, perfectly caramelised top with a light, creamy custard below - not to thick and heavy like many can be. It was topped with pockets of our weekly seasonal ⭐️ of blackberries and blackberry and yoghurt sorbet, pickled apple and spiced oat crumble all which made it that extra bit special. If you get the chance to visit @thewoodspeen - this is the pud for you!! Woke up thinking about it... Definitely the fanciest #myseasonalplate we’ve had so far! 😆
Not sure what these are, but they sure do look delicious! Pink lemonade with blackberries maybe? Reminds me of summertime.
This summer has gone by super fast. I would have been okay with just a little more summertime. Don't get me wrong, I do enjoy fall with the smell of the crisp cool air and pumpkin lattes but I think we tend to wish our seasons away too quickly.
One thing I will try for the wintertime is to enjoy every moment, even when it's 20 below outside or we have 3 feet of snow on the ground.
As a person who struggles with anxiety, this will be difficult. I tend to not like the winter because there is just too much darkness for me. I know some people can relate. There are a lot of people who struggle with winter more then myself. Depression and anxiety usually triggers in people more so during these times. We should try to remember our friends, family and coworkers more so during these times and even reach out to them to see how they are doing so they know they are not alone.
God gives us these seasons and I'm going to plant myself in His word and remember that this is His way of making things new year after year for all of us and concentrate on the blessings of these seasons. 💛