On today’s food for thought: coffee’s necessity, Mary Poppin’s charms, the absurdity of clean eating and the beauty of Dutch babies for breakfast.
The week has passed by quickly, but was neither very easily nor exciting. It’s super cold outside, both Mike and I are very busy and not in the best of moods and the days seem to quickly go by, but also kinda drag. On the plus side, I’ve played around with a couple hearty dishes (a chickpea curry may be coming your way soon), lots of quick plates full of fresh veggies and delicious grains and now have a new favourite banana bread. We are both looking forward to the weekend, which will include a much needed date night, a friend’s birthday and, hopefully, lots of lounging in bed. Have a great weekend, y’all!
Let’s start easy: gorgeous waves! (Daydreaming of summer holidays yet?)
The endless charm of Miss Mary Poppins.
And going back to reality: Can Trump’s rejection from the cultural élite actually change things?
Why do we drink coffee at breakfast?
Speaking of coffee, check this out. (Like for real? Thank you, Epicurious & Stanford!)
Clean eating is finally, slowly, showing its true colours.
Simple and easy on the eye Scandi interiors– all together now: declutter, simplify, keep things cool and minimal.
Our Sunday breakfast will include a savoury Dutch baby. Any topping suggestions are more than welcome!
* Mid-weed quick lunch with three-colour fluffy quinoa, fresh greens, radishes, avocado, a 6min egg, lots of lemon juice and freshly ground black pepper.