I’ve had a lovely week. I went to a Farmers Market on Wednesday and was brave enough to buy some purple carrots. On Thursday my daughter and I decided spontaneously to attend an exhibition at The National Gallery Victoria called, Monet’s Garden. It’s one I’ve been wanting to go to for a while, exclusive to Melbourne, so seized the opportunity. Monet’s Garden is a stunning exhibition of paintings devoted to Claude Monet’s garden at Giverny, Northern France. The paintings of his lily and flower gardens which became his lifelong obsession were simply stunning. His house at Giverny is definitely on the travel wish list.
I was hoping to do a full blog post about it but, as you’d expect no photographs or videos were able to be taken in the gallery. They did have this floor to ceiling mural of his house, which we were allowed to photograph and instagram.
The Moussaka recipe is from a wonderful Australian cook called Maggie Beer, I thought I’d link to the recipe to give you a chance to check out her website also. When my husband tasted the moussaka and I told him it was her recipe, he commented “she really knows how to cook”. Click to link to the recipe..Lamb Mince Moussaka.
Have a wonderful weekend, look forward to chatting more next week.