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* I’m back after a week off, and feeling excited about diving into some exciting projects. This TED talk pretty much sums up exactly how I feel about the importance of taking time off, to switch off.
* I do pinch myself sometimes when I realise what my day job is.
Happy New Year! I hope you’ve had a perfectly indulgent festive season, and are ready to take on 2013. Thanks for all your support during the past year. My year wouldn’t have been as an exciting without you, and I really appreciate all your tweets, comments, messages and letters.
Gooseberries seemed to wane in popularity for a while, but these little bonbons bursting with flavour absolutely thrive in the British climate and also in Sweden (I discovered some bushes at Fäviken, pictured). The earliest of the season tend to be the green, tarter variety, meaning they work …
The last couple of days at Fäviken were spent making moose kebab for the hungry vistors of Fäviken game fair, a highlight in the yearly calender of the locals (and apparently on the best/largest game fairs in Sweden).
More picking and drying herbs, leaves and flowers for the Winter months. And prep for the Fäviken Game fair where we’ll be serving Moose kebab.
Had a couple of days off and thought I’ld explore the area. I’m staying in Åre which is a 30 minute drive from Fäviken. It’s a skiing resort, so a little quiet at the moment although there are plenty mountain bikers.