Tuesday, 16 September 2008

After work

Finally, work is over, I leave the office.


Coming home:


My husband has cooked a Turkish zucchini soufflé!




A lot of grated zucchini and olive oil,
peppermint, parsley, dill, goat's cheese,
cumin, chili, onions, black olives, eggs and breadcrumbs.





Yummie, that was great.

You see what I am going to do now?
Read 'La Dame aux Camélias'
Die Kameliendame
(of course, in German!)

28 comments:

Brenda said...

Dinner looks great! Hope you have a relaxing evening reading your novel.

laughingwolf said...

nice work area...

i thought that was a meatloaf, at first ;)

Webradio said...

Hello Maria !

Your husband is a good "cooker" !

Pretty flowers...

Bon Appétit !

Titania said...

Es kommt alles so schoen zusammen. Ein feines Abendessen, wunderschoene Blumen, ein gutes Buch; Good night.

Vodka Mom said...

I am very jealous. And, the pictures were LOVELY!!!

Ces said...

What is that on your monitor? :)

Sounds delicious. I wish someone would cook that for me.

antigoni said...

After work, a nice, quite dinner. The feeling of someone else cooked for you is very relaxing. I hope you enjoyed it.

Marie Reed said...

I wish that my husband would cook! Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! That looks great! Do you think that you could post the exact recipe? It just sounds neat!

ayamlin said...

Hi maria!
what a sweet husband he is!
He is very attractical to wait for you while cooking!
How nice!
and your office is really clean and organized.
Also iinterior design is really gooood!

ayamlin said...

Hi maria!
I'm online!
Are you still there?
In Japan it's 11:15 pm!

Maria said...

Haha, I was on your blog 3 minutes later! :)

marina said...

My husband don't know how to cook but he knows...how to buy the best "souvlakia"!!!Hi,hi!!!

Oh Maria, it's raining at last and the temperature is now 28'C! It's autumn for us here!!!

marina said...

I forgot to tell you that I'm thinking of you every day because I prepare sandwiches for my kids with VIENNA'S BREAD. Is it really exist or Greeks had the idea to name a certain bread like this?

Whitney said...

pretty flower pics! and that souffle looks really yummy!!

Gretchen said...

Dinner looks too yummy! My desk has NEVER been that clean. :)

Caroline said...

Looks and sounds yummy!

soulbrush said...

what a star he is, i think you should keep him!

Donna said...

How sweet of hubby to fix you dinner! YUM!

rachel said...

wow your soufle' looks yummy! How nice of him to cook that before you got home (:
i hope your having a great week! stay warm, its freezing up there!! compared to florida weather (90 degrees), Austria weather is ice cold! hehe (:

ayamlin said...

morning mari!
I'm so sorry you kept waiting for me last night!!

Arija said...

Maria das sieht ja lecker aus, meiner kocht auch gern fuer mich,
er orgelt so gerne an der Nudelmaschine, macht Pizzas und Moussaka unter anderem. Es ist schoen verwoehnt zu werden.

Neben bei, ich habe gerade auch einen Regenblog gepostet angeregt von nserem ersten Tag mi unserem Sohn.

Jules said...

I'll ber around with a bottle of wine - yum!!!!

~~Randi~~ said...

Dinner looks good! What a nice husband you must have:) Hope you are doing well - have a nice weekend!

Webradio said...

Hi Maria !
Ah, Inner circle...

You sing well. Smile for You...

Small City Scenes said...

What a treat to come home after work with a meal already prepared. Extra kisses for the cook (husband). MB

The Tile Lady said...

That zucchini soufle looks sooooo good! And, the flowers are lovely.

Catherine said...

You!! Lucky Maria!
Was your husband already a good cook when you 'buy' him? Or, did you compeled him to become an expert in cooking?
In the second case, you must tell me how you succeeded, or I 'll have to change mine ! ; )

That looks so yummy.
An other good reason to leave the office.

Catherine said...

Now, I feel ashamed not to have read "La Dame aux Camélias"! Never read but so often heard of it, I feel as if I've read it.