Memories from June 2006 when we stayed in Umbria Italy. I still remember the feeling of stepping outside in the morning. The warm breeze and amazing view. Breakfast outside...when waking up now and knowing the temperature next few days will drop to minus 12 celsius while we thought we might be able to go skiing in the Easter-break!
It's far too long since I posted some delicious recipes. I have to admit that although I really want to do it more often I have kind of anxiety over writing recipes and translating them to English. I have to overcome this feeling! To start right now; we have truly delicious mini burgers I put together out of many ideas I had read, but my food hero, Jamie Oliver, is the main inspiration. They are a weekend treat and of course you don't need to make them in mini edition. Make your own burgers this weekend out of the best material and enjoy a home cook meal!
As I haven't been able to post as frequently as I would like to, and have emptied my creative mind at the moment and in desperate need to charge it, I now post endless photos of charming spaces I found on my favourite Tumblr site, The poetry of material things. Whenever I need to take a break, both clear my mind or charge it, it's the right place to enliven simple beauty of life in pictures.
We were so lucky to spend some days in London the other weekend with a friend. The weather was spring like and walking around and not blowing away was a relief for a while! A visit to London means visiting some "old friends" you haven't seen for some time like Conran Shop. What a pleasure it is to go there and get inspired.
I feel it's the weekend to catch up some unread stuff, relax and get some inspiration for you and your home. Unread I say, as I felt the urge to tidy my bookmarks and post some of the homes I've saved to show you here on Home and Delicious. That's what you can spend some time during these two days doing for yourself! The homes are different, all around the world, some eclectic, other not as much, many of them white, some in colours...BUT they are all a personal habitat to someone who really care. Have a nice weekend!