Christmas is just around the corner, just 1.5 week to go! Today some lovely images to get into the holiday spirit. Those Swedish cinnamon buns look so delicious, don’t they? You can find the recipe here.
These truffles made with dade, almonds and cocos look delicious! The food styling is simply stunning. You can find the recipe here, it is in Polish but you can translate using Google translate. The recipe is really easy!
Swedish born Helene Henderson has a two-acre organic farm in Malibu. For years she has been organizing cooking classes and hosting farm dinners out of her home and recently she has openend Malibu Farm, a cafe & restaurant at the Malibu Pier in Los Angeles. Helene: “We are not a big corporation or funded by investors, we are a locally
Aren’t these edible snow globes just gorgeous? A great DIY project for Christmas! You can find instructions here.
December is the time to make sweet treats. Here are eleven of the best Christmas inspired recipes for sugary treats that I found online. Some of these make the perfect gift to bring to a Christmas dinner or party! At the end of this post you can find links to recipes & instructions.
You might know Yvonne Eijkenduijn from her well-known blog Yvestown where she shares cooking, baking, gardening, crafting, decorating, and DIY tips. This multi-talented lady recently launched her first book “Yvestown in the Kitchen”. Yvonne believes love of food is not only a love of cooking, but also a love of the kitchen in which the food is prepared. She therefore
This delicious lemonade is the perfect summer drink! You can find the recipe here (the website is in French but you can use google translate for translation).
A Mason jar filled with strawberry, lime, cucumber and mint water is just perfect for a hot summer day! You can find the recipe here on Back to Her Roots.
Some hot summer colors on this hot sunny day. As always you can find the source (often with more information) at the end of the post. Enjoy!