I love brunch! It sounds so posh, cause if you have brunch one can assume you have a luxury of sleeping late, skipping breakfast, no obligations whatsoever…but brunch! At this point of my life I brunch, I brunch whenever I want and that makes me happy!
Today I want to share with you some photos taken last Sunday morning. The weather was perfect. Warm and sunny. The spring has sprung and hope it stays that way. This park is situated in front of my house
This week I'm kind of obsessed with white color. Maybe it's because of Spring, sun and clear blue sky. Maybe because I'm starting to think about Summer already. Maybe because I was surrounded too much
I’m starting to think that spring will never come again! Yes, the spring has sprung…for a day and now it’s threatening us with snow again! All I can think of is my little spring break, just two more weeks and I’ll be drinking my Mai Tai under a palm tree on a white sandy beach!
Hello ladies! It's been a while but finally here I am. Last week was exhausting and long, but fortunately we had a wonderful spring weather full of sunshine. Although I feel a little bit of spring tiredness,
This was one of those days when you think you have absolutely nothing in your pantry that can make you happy. But remember, simple, boring stuff you can always make interesting. Of course you have to think it through a little bit and put some time into it, but the result…can be so good. So, that happened to me…farro in the pantry, some carrots and parsley in fridge…some of my basic ingredients. It turned out they became wonderful, warm, spicy, healthy salad!
“There is a difference between giving up and knowing when you have had enough.“
It’s Carnival time! And when it’s Carnival I make fritters. Everybody loves them. Sugary, bite size and kind of doughnuty. The biggest problem is that they’re too good to stop at just one, so if you want to maintain your diet, eat a few and give away the rest as soon as possible.
Fritters are traditional Carnival food in my country. Doughnuts too, but I’m not even trying to make doughnuts due to respect the best ever doughnuts from my hometown. Back home, during Carnival time, my diet is doughnuts and fritters, whole day, every day, because you can’t get them the rest of the year (not the good, homemade ones).