I am not blogging about fashion and I won’t make great give-aways. Neither am I famous or special. This blog is simply about the small things in life that are happening.
If you are interessted in pseudo-stuff such as:
- Pseudo-british blathering
- Pseudo-philosophical shit
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you will probably enjoy it. If not… then no.
Enjoy my blog (or not)!
And now a random picture of a cute dog:
Here are the results of my latest shooting with the amazing Steph from Trigger Hippie. I love it to work with her since both of us are crazy for extraordinary outfits.
Looking forward for more shootings in the next days so stay tuned. =)
Kiss and hugs
I got the this cute baking set (including a silicone baking mold and a cookbook) from our local bookstore : Click here for the set. It was reduced to 7€ so I couldn’t resist and had to buy it. :/
The baking mold is amazing! There’s absolutely no sticking even when the cake is still hot. Will use it often now to prepare some cute treats for teatime. In the pictures I’ve made some orange gugl with white chocolate coat.
The recipe is from the book “Kleine Kuchen” from GU ( Click ). It’s one of my favourite cakes since it’s really juicy and aromatic.
I simply took half of the ingredients since I didn’t want to make too many pieces and it turned out really well.
Since I love it to stay in bed very long, I don’t have breakfast . Instead I am preparing some small brunch. Here is a nice recipe for you to try:
Ingredients (for 4 frenchtoasts) :
- two eggs
- 3 slices of toast
- 3 slices of cheese
- 8 slices of bacon
- Beat the eggs in a bowl and season them with salt, pepper and the chopped herbs. You can also season them with paprika or chopped onions. Just add anything you like.
- Take 2 slices of bacon and place them into a muffin tin to get a nest. Take the cheese and cut it into 4 smaller squares (1 cheese slice = 4 squares; 3 = 12 squares).
- Cut the toast slices in 4 smaller sqares (1 toast slice = 4 squares; 3= 12 squares). Place one square at the bottom of each bacon nests and press them down. Take a piece of cheese and put it on the bread. Now dunk one of the other bread pieces into the egg mixture, place on top and cover it with cheese. Repeat this with one more time until all your bread squares are gone.
- Bake the nests by about 200°C for 20-25 minutes. If it’s still too liquid leave it for 5-10min in the oven.
It’s basically frenchtoast with bacon. I guess I saw it on Jamie Olivers FB-Page once (not sure though) and tried it out. =) Very yummy and a nice treat for the next brunch!
Good luck in the kitchen!
I’ve already posted that I made a clay Kodama for a friend a few weeks ago. Since I had some clay left I decided to make me a small Totoro and tadaaa there he is. Adorable isn’t he? =)
My Totoro fits perfectly in my “kawaii gang” :’D The black cat was a present from Vienna for my sister and the pink one was a present from a dear friend. I just noticed that the two cats were posing and being all kawaii and stuff and Totoro simply doesn’t give a fuck and just stares. xD
That’s it so far!
Kiss and hugs