Kultur und Kaffee im Brandhorst Museum
Schnee in Neuhausen
Schnee im Nymphenburger Park
Auf der Alm...
Der Wahnsinnsblick ins Kaisertal
For a week Debbie, my oldest friend from London, was staying with us. We kept pretty busy all week. Her dream was to wake up to piles of snow and a blue sky. This proved impossible in Munich, so Luisa and I took her to the mountains. Back from a world of blue glittering snowy loveliness, it started snowing and hasn't stopped since. We managed to squeeze in a visit to my Mum who loves Debbie and always drops hints about how I should eat what she eats, no doubt hoping I would suddenly be slim like her. Quite on the contrary, this week Debbie ate what we eat around here, and it hasn't done her any visible harm. I cooked delicious things (more of that tomorrow), we had endless meals in favourite cafés, we visited the Brandhorst Museum and the Jewish Museum, and tonight dashed into the opening of the Ed Ruscha exhibition. We had snowy walks in the Nymphenburg Park and Botanical Gardens, and tonight I even made her watch the gruesomely fascinating Vienna Opera Ball whilst emptying a bottle of pink fizz - very girly! A great, busy week a bit like a holiday.
Linsengericht mit missglücktem Naan-Brot und Schneetafeln im Botanischen
Lentil soup with an attempt at naan bread/snow tables