Almond-chili cookies (GF)
At first I thought that I am just going to sit at home and have my darling husband sign the paper for me (as he owns a business), but after a while I took it as a challenge and wanted to see if I am actually able to go through an application process.
And I did!
Since I started this blog I started to be more interested in photography and decided to try and apply to work with a photographer.
It all went very fast and I found a great place where I could do it.
I was there for two weeks and I learned a lot, especially things that can help me with photos for the blog. The picture in this post was done in the studio and I even worked on it using Photoshop for the first time in my life. Yes, I am proud.
I was lucky to work with a very nice photographer named Ralf and his apprentice Alex. They were very nice to me, despite the fact they had to explain all the technical stuff like a million times and they had so much patience, despite the fact that there were a lot of stuff I didn't understand in German.
We had lots of good talks about Israel and religion, and to be honest it was nice to attempt such a conversation in German.
It was a great experience and a good lesson for me, because now I know that this is a really nice hobby, but I can't see myself doing it as a daily job.
Somehow these days it's easier for me to think about what I won't do, rather than what I would like to do, lol.
2 egg whites
50g coconut sugar
1/4tsp chili powder
Mix the egg whites, coconut sugar, vanilla and chili using a whisk. Add the almonds and mix till they are all covered with egg.
Using a spoon lay small mountains of the mixture on a tray with baking paper. You might need to use 2 trays.
Bake for 2 hours, till golden.
Let them cool on the tray for a few minutes and then transfer them on to a cooling rack.