Gardening, sushi and chocolate mousse

We’re working on our little garden a bit from time to time.

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That ‘chain saw’ device is lent to us from our neighbour. It was nice of them but I’d never buy such a horrible tool myself.

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By the way, you can also see Mr. Bear’s cacti collection here. His dream is to make two green house for them. Hmm… so what about the garden?

We have a blackberry plant in the corner. It makes lots of fruits.

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But they’re sour.

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We saw a big and coulourful rainbow the other day from our office window. Here, you can have a short glimse of how our neighbour’s roofs and the top tips of our two fur trees look like, hehe.

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My two pieces of sky do not look the same in colour but the rainbow was really very strong.

Autumn has come with the dark orange lantern flowers

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And lantern shaped coffee mareng also has come to my kitchen.

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These mareng remind me of naked statues in Vigeland park. I should come back there sometime to smell the roses.

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One evening I was too lazy to cook, so we had sushi.

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It should never be a problem to find salmon in Norway. This is the smoked salmon. I wrapped the bamboo matress in cling film for the ease of cleaning.

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Some sticky rice, salmon, cucumber, and nori, and you have dinner. Should I call it fast-food sushi?

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I also tried out the recipe for chocolate mousse in the old cook book. It’s a no-bake, no-chill, no-added sugar one. But you can of course chill it if you want.

cold chocmousse

The ingredients are 2 eggs, 100g chocolate, about 200 – 300ml heavy cream (I used the rest of cream I had left in the carton so I’m not quite sure how much I put in), vanilla and liquer if you want. Melt the chocolate, set aside, beat the egg foamy to sterilize over a (hot) water bath, mix the egg and the chocolate. Beat the cream stiff, fold into the chocolate mixture. Add flavour. Serve. Simple as that.

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If you are in a good mood, have a bit time, and a piping bag, you can pipe some rosette chocolate mousse into the mug. I think they can hold shape pretty well, although I used clear glass cups to house them.

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Feel free to have a try.

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