|The magic of Christmas at home|
|The Swedish platter I made for dinner on Tuesday: räksmörgås|
|Oli having fun after her report on food prices in Madrid vs Barcelona on Monday|
|It was good news for Zara on Wednesday as the company reported increased sales|
And on Wednesday as we were digesting the news at lunch, Norah made her way surreptitiously to the table and I caught her on camera in the sweetest pose possible. Isn’t she irresistible?
|Norah hoping for a little something from Eladio at lunch on Wednesday|
|The new dress I bought at H+M on Thursday - please note size S!|
I wore the dress that night for the Christmas Management Team dinner. Our new boss had invited us out to celebrate together, something new for us. It was a very special place he took us to; El Club Allard, possibly the most popular restaurant in Madrid at the moment with 2 Michelin stars. Here food becomes an art and was certainly glorious I can tell you. The best bit possibly, because all was wonderful, was the dessert called “la pecera” or fish bowl. It resembled a fish bowl and each element was made of something sweet. If you ever get the chance to try Diego Guerrero’s creations you will be just as surprised and awed as me.
|La Pecera (fish bowl) dessert at El Clulb Allard, amazing!|
|The French pear and almond tart Oufa made this week, superb.|
|Christmas came and brought its magic to our home on Saturday|
|Olivia's school Christmas dinner reunion on Saturday night.|