Recently, she asked if I would submit a guest post for her blog and I was thrilled at the offer. My version of a traditional Armenian stuffed pumpkin has a filling inspired by South African flavours. See how the recipe evolved at ZozoBaking!
Yesterday, we spent the day with one of my oldest and dearest friends who has twin girls Daisy’s age. As soon as we arrived, the kids ran outside to play on the swings and slide. Looking out the window, I could see Autumn is here. The trees were still green, but there was a breeze rustling the leaves and the sunshine cast a golden glow. Reflecting on all the goodness in my life, I have been savouring friendships, old and new. A recent friend at the helm of ZozoBaking came as a lucky encounter on Instagram, of all places. As lovely as her name, Fariba is a talented baker specializing in traditional Persian sweets. Lucky for us, she offers baking classes, but also frequents local farmers’ markets with her homemade treats which are as beautiful as they are delicious.