[what I ate.] 13 – 19. May 2019

13. May

Some watermelon

Chia-chocolate pudding

Coffee, bread and an oven omelette with veggies

Olive oil mantecado

Matcha mochi

14. May

Coffee, Greek yoghurt with raspberries, almonds and chia seeds

Chicken soup

Asparagus soup with sour cream and a cheese roll

15. May

Some bread and asparagus soup with sour cream

A smoothie

Meatballs with mashed potatoes and some salad

Chocolate ice cream

French fries

Gnocci with marinated octopus

16. May

Physalis, blueberries and hazelnuts

Smoothie

Salmon soup

Instant noodles and crab sticks

17. May

Brownie protein bar

Greek yoghurt with raspberry kama and blueberries

Baked chicken and potatoes with some salad

18. May

Baked chicken and salad

Minced meat pastries

A chocolate muffin and coffee

Chocolate ice cream

Coffee and a cinnamon apple pie Umaibo

Sushi and shrimp tempura

Senbei

19. May

Greek yoghurt with raspberry kama, physalis and blueberries

Bread and tuna

Coffee and chocolate

Asparagus wrapped in bacon and some salad

A rainy day hike… 11. November 2017

 Oatmeal porridge and a cup of coffee

 Tuna onigiri and coffee

 Some physalis

 Cake 😀

 Baked fish and some salad

We went for a hike around the Kakumäe peninsula to celebrate Maarja’s birthday. It was a crazy, muddy and rainy adventure, but I quite enjoyed it 😀 It would have been more enjoyable without the rain I suppose, but it was alright. Maarja kindly offered me a plastic rain coat to keep me dry :p

So we climbed over fallen trees and slid down clay heaps and then had a small picnic on the beach with onigiri, hot coffee and cake. Altogether a lovely experience.

 Indrek found a lemon

 And then we found a chili pepper

 The scenery

 It got a lot worse at parts :p

 A water dragon egg

 Tree tufts

 Rocks and roots

 Friends ♥

 Picnic time

A small celebration… 22. November 2016

 Cereal with milk.

 A couple of avocado sandwiches and two boiled eggs.

 In the evening, we celebrated Miss K’s birthday in a place called TOA (Taste of Asia). Pictured above are her Apple Martini, my boyfriend’s coconut lassi and my matcha spritz.

 Starters that we shared: Crispy cod, beef rolls grilled in lime leaf marinade and grilled broccolini (???). The cod was delicious, the beef okay, but kind of boring tasting and… the broccolini were just chunks of broccoli. The broccoli was still tasty, but I was disappointed because I’ve never had broccolini before and was excited to try it.

 I had tonkatsu ramen noodles. It was alright as ramen in Estonia goes. The broth turned extremely salty at the end when it cooled, so that was a bit lame, but otherwise it was good. Tokumaru still has the best ramen in Tallinn imho.

 Boyfriend had beef stir-fry and Miss K had a sweet potato and mushroom curry with coconut milk.

 Cappuccino.

 Gyoza pouches with Macha tea and pistachio filling. These were absolutely deliciousssss!