Judgmental people irk me to soaring temperatures. But what really gets to me is how they manage to silently creep into our lives and obscurely create havoc. Is this batch of grapes truly sour (pun intended) or is it that the fault lies in our stars?
Whilst some irritate you to dismal levels, others can actually be energy vampires stealthily killing the deepest emotions inside you and shocking the living daylights out of you. Smooth, sensitive, calm yet abhorrently critical. Full of preconceived notions they have answers ready for you before you even think of questioning them.
I recently read somewhere “ If you are dealing with someone who just can’t see the possible value or meaning in your point of view, then you are dealing with someone who cannot empathize well.” At the cost of being judgmental myself I don’t fully agree with the above statement yet there are traces of truth there!
Moving on, I have a recipe with Blue Cheese, which was initially made by cheese makers who used bread to start the mold and waited for it to naturally spread into the cheese curds. Injecting mold spores makes modern day blue cheese. Smooth, distinctive and even-tempered this cheese has an acquired taste that slowly grows on you. In this recipe I have combined it with double cream and garlic powder to make a quick sauce that can be used on steaks, for dipping or topping it on your favorite vegetables.
My daughter and I steamed some broccoli florets and generously topped the sauce and ate to our hearts’ content.