We trust that other drivers, especially those travelling towards us on the other side, will stay on their side of the road.
We trust that when a driver puts on their blinker to indicate that they are turning, that they do, in fact, turn.
As evidenced when a car on my right was approaching a roundabout with their right blinker on, I am so glad I hesitated before turning onto this roundabout as the driver when straight ahead anyway, turning his blinker off when already on the roundabout. I would have been struck on my side door.
Therefore trust is a very big issue when we are driving.
Much like when we read a recipe we believe that it actually tastes good.
We trust that each author, cook or blogger is offering us a good dish
After you have tried these delicious figs I trust you will tell me how wonderfully good they taste.
Grilled Figs with walnuts, blue vein cheese and balsamic vinegar.
1 dozen figs - these are Black Genoa Figs
6 walnuts, shelled
1/4 cup blue vein cheese cut into chunks
Preheat grill to medium high.
Rinse and cut figs in half lengthwise. Place upturned on baking tray.
Insert half a walnut and a small square of blue vein cheese into the middle of the fig.
Drizzle each fig with a little balsamic vinegar, about 1/2 teaspoon.
Place under grill, grill for 5 minutes.
The balsamic caramelizes and creates a sweet dressing.
I know you will love figs prepared this way, they are so delicious and taste decadent.
P.S. I trust you will stay on your side of the road and only indicate when you actually intend to turn.
Buon appetito, enjoy Merryn xx