Sesame Chicken Salad; la Félibrée — 8 Comments

  1. My grandmother taught me how to make lace like that. And tat. And most of the old hand arts that are passing away. I was okay at it but she was stellar. I would occasionally get the pins mixed up but she never did. I was also only 8 or 9…

    We’re getting a humongous storm going through right now. The thunder is constantly rolling with no break and the lightning is firing almost one after the next. It’s awesome! And the dog is laying half on me, under a blanket so he can’t see it. If he can’t see it, it can’t see him…

    • I had an aunt that tatted, but she lived quite far away so I never learned. My mother embroidered, so I learned that from her… when I was 8 or 9. I taught myself to knit and crochet. I don’t think I would have the patience to make lace
      One of our dogs hides under a chair; the other just gives the storm the stink eye and goes back to sleep lol

    • I can wipe their faces and bellies with a wet cloth but that’s about it. One has discovered the fan on the floor, tho so that helps.She lays with the fan blowing her belly hair lol

  2. 41C?! Ewwwwww! Doesn’t that make the beer look like a great idea?

    It’s like poison here right now – not quite 41C but disgusting enough. So, your salad sounds like an equally great idea. In fact it looks fabulous. So sorry to hear that it is so very hot where you are. (You probably don’t want to know that a cool front is due to come through here tomorrow morning so that all next week, the highs will be around 25C. We might have your salad anyway.)

    • Science says we need to adjust as this is our future. We can try but we don’t have to be happy about it. 25C sounds perfect… Absolutely perfect.