Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Art and Other Stuff


After work we went into town for groceries. I noticed this house that was decorated with flags to celebrate the Soccer championship that's going on at the moment.

On our way home we passed an old church where they had an Art Show. There were a couple of the artworks outside.

A paper and cardboard monk.

Cardboard birds

A paper and cardboard Sheppard and sheep.

Don't the sheep look cool?

When we got home we made dinner. We had turkish bread with corn, cheese, onions, artichoke and garlic which we heated in the oven. Yum!

6 comments:

Enbrethiliel said...

+JMJ+

The Turkish bread looks wonderful! I've never heard of this dish before. Do you bake it yourselves or buy it from a store? And if the former, would you share the recipe, pretty please? =D

titania86 said...

Turkish bread makes me hungry just looking at it! And I love the cardboard sheep.

Sullivan McPig said...

@Enbrethiliel: it's really easy to make.
You buy a turkish bread (or other bread you find tasty as long as it's not too soft or crumbly) and the other ingredient.
You cut open and butter the bread (doesn't buttering is optional) and put the ingredients on one side of it (as much as you want or can fit on to the bread) You can add chicken if you want, which you have to cut up in small pieces and bake before putting it on there and you can also use other than normal cheese. We love to put Danish blue cheese on it.
We usually put normal cheese on the side of the bread and then you put both halfs in the oven until the cheese looks melted (usually between 10 to 20 minutes depending on your oven, just keep an eye on it.
Then you get it out and put the half with the cheese on top of the other half. You can add lettuce (rucola) to your taste.

Marlowe said...

I like the cardboard shepherd and his sheep.

Hammie en Gea said...

I like the birds! Did you see the art show inside the church too?

Sullivan McPig said...

@Hammie: no, we were tired and hungry so didn't go inside