Jamie Oliver bocconcini marscapone and chilli salad

Jamie Oliver’s bocconcini, marscapone and chilli salad

  • bocconcini
  • marscapone
  • lemons – zest and juice
  • long red chillies – seeded and sliced finely into long thin strips
  • marjoram
  1. Rip the bocconcini into pieces
  2. Mix enough lemon juice through the marscapone to your preferred taste and season with some sea salt and freshly cracked pepper.
  3. Smear dollops of the marscapone over the bocconcini
  4. Scatter lemon rind, chilli and marjoram leaves over the top
  5. Serve with crusty bread and eat until your head falls off.

 

This weekend TOTALLY rocked. I had t.h.e. best weekend.

  1. Soccer was cancelled because of the rain – wooobloodyhoo!
  • We had a birthday brunch for my BIL – it was just great to hang with family and catch up.
  • Because of the weather, the Fox was quiet so Chef surprised us and arrived – and was home for the day.
  • We washed the dogs and had them inside for most of the day – and went to the petshop and bought a dog kennel that Chef now has to build and paint. Mwhahahaha. Expect to see photos of it here, when it’s finished, in probably 2008.
  • The Doyles came over for dinner – dinner being a loose term for catching up after they’d been back to the States for a month. None of us felt like eating that much, but we all sure felt like drinking.
    – So, I made up a few nibbles type dishes, Jen brought over the weirdest dip ever that – not unsurprisingly – tasted better as the night progressed.
    – The kids picked over it and ate leftover linguine and we just hung out.
    – So, seven bottles of wine later they all stayed the night.
    – Yep, them and their three kids. Hilarious.
    – It ended up with Me, Chef and our bigger boys in our bed, their youngest in Oscar’s, Jen in Felix’s, Oscar initially in the spare bed in Jasper’s room, their middle on a mattress in Jasper’s room, their eldest and Bri on the lounges.
    – There were a few bed changes throughout the night, but just like last weekend – I had my favourite thing – a house full of people for breakfast on a Sunday.
    – So, I cooked up bacon, eggs, toast, pancakes, coffee and more coffee and we all just hung out.
  • Then today, I just mooched around with the kids. I did vacuum, but that was really it. No cleaning, no running around, just hung out.
  • For dinner tonight, I made fajitas.

Bliss

 

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  • daysgoby

    Does this mean the spell Of Very Bad Weekends is broken?

    Sounds heavenly. Lots of good company!

  • Elizabeth

    Hiya Kimeeeeee

    Got your comment on the blog – stoked you have been checking in. Your weekend sounds delightful and all the delicious treats you have been whipping up are making vv hungry. Bolivian food is a tad on the bland side – there is only so many piles of llama meat and hot chips you can eat in a day. MMMMM boccocini.

    Love you lots and yes, get onto your job application – when is it due??

    Elizabeth

  • Surfing Free

    Hurray for wet weekends!! I love them as well because it means Hubby’s baseball matches are cancelled!! Haha Hee hee!
    I’m coming to your house from breakfast..

  • Suse

    See? I read this and shudder in awe that you find it a wonderful thing to wake up and find your house full of people for breakfast. I would HATE to have a houseful of people to cook bacon eggs pancakes etc for. Totally stressful and where would everyone sit and oh the mess and washing up afterwards and so on. So all hail to you Kimmy the Domestic Goddess!

    (What job are you going for?)

  • blackbird

    godIwouldlove
    for our dinner guests to stay the night!