These are some amazing little cookies that I first encountered abroad in London - they're called Petit Ecolier, which means "little schoolboy" in French, and are essentially buttery shortbread cookies covered in rich chocolate.
So in addition to acting, I also love directing - and I'm finally getting the chance to do it again! The Man with the Flower in His Mouth, by Luigi Pirandello - painful revelations of the human condition and language as deep as Shakespeare's.
I love the return of flowers. When the seasons change, I always feel vaguely appreciated. I'm always ready for it and expecting it, and when it finally happens it feels like it's been done just to make me happy.
Statues of the Hindu gods Ganesh and possibly Shiva - not entirely certain. I think Hinduism is fascinating - need to put that on my to-research list. (Some people have reading lists, I have lists of topics to conquer.)
I had wanted to make cookies for Valentine's Day, but this month got so crazy I didn't have time to breathe, let alone bake. I barely had time to make these - made the dough one night and put it in the fridge, then baked and decorated the following night.
These turned out so tasty, though - well worth the wait and not worrying about things like dates. They're sugar cookies dipped in white chocolate and with M&Ms placed on. I added a little red food coloring to the dough to give the cookie itself a tie-dyed red look. Yum!