I have been thinking alot about my food blog lately. I have three blogs to follow up at the moment. Some days it is more than I can handle, other days it is a dream. I will keep on developing all three blogs, but will do some changes here at The Blue Café. Not all posts will be recipes. Some days I will talk about food, share food stories, show you books I've found or take you with me when I food-travel.
I know there are quite alot of readers of this blog which I never hear from. I would love to get to know you better, and walk a few, or many steps along the road of foods with you.
Starting this new road today, I have a macaron story to share:
As a daily reader of Carol's ParisBreakfast, I know everything about the look and the colours of macarons. I have seen them in all different colours, with an unbelievable variety of fillings, in all imaginable settings. But I had never tasted one. Not until a couple of weeks ago. I was in Oslo, it was right after breakfast and I was on my way to a meeting. I had some spare minutes for a cappucino though, and sat down at Pascal. And almost fell down from my chair when I dicovered they had macarons. I hastily regained myself and ordered two. Would have loved to order all different colours and fragrances, but as I sai it was still early morning - I had to behave.