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Welcome to my blog, Sweet Monday. I gave birth earlier this year, so expect a few baby posts from time to time. Otherwise, I love to create recipes, post about my travels, and share snippets of our home as we decorate. At the time, I worked for an Italian architecture and interiors company. My job swayed towards architectural design for inside the home. Think space saving solutions, clever kitchens and bathrooms that work for the whole family, and bringing the outdoors in. Alongside this I went back to college and completed a short course in Interior Design. Those couple of years gave me a wealth of experience, but as I was living at home with my family, I was unable to put my work into practice.
After three best-selling cookbooks, the irrepressible Monday Morning Cooking Club returns with a stunning fourth book, a collection of mostly sweet heirloom recipes that are as treasured as they are mouthwatering. Now for Something Sweet is the result of an intensive search to uncover, curate and celebrate the very best, most cherished sweet recipes from the Jewish community in Australia and around the world. Including one outstanding savoury chapter to provide delicious relief from all the sweetness. Alongside the recipes, they recount heart-warming and poignant stories of family, friendship, community and survival.
I could draw some flip-art of a kiss on some post-it notes and send one a day. My job starts soon and in January I get started on my masters degree at a new school. That and this recent article https: They are trying to explain how it's ok that the founder used a magic rock to hunt for buried treasure to earn money, and then used that same "seer stone" to translate the Book of Mormon.