One of those embarrassing moments:
“There is something magically about the word “mini or little” especially when it’s applied on sweets and desserts. Gather all the mini’s around and you can get lovely shots. In Asia, there are a lot of these dessert shops where they sell mini cakes. All the cakes are perfectly lined next to each other, every millimetres counts and the ambience of the store is great: bright light, white counters, soft colors and friendly people. So whenever I walk in one of those
Pink KitKat – Japan
KitKat is huge in Japan; there are tons of flavors – from green tea to wasabi. In Amsterdam we got these “normal” ones. This pink one I got it from a friend as a little gift. I don’t know if you can still call it chocolate, maybe cookie wrapped in a creamy jacket is much more suitable. It may taste like bubblegum, but it is cute. #Sunday snack
Strawberry, raspberry, blackberry and blueberry
How can you resist these gorgeous berries. Got these from a fruit stall near my office, 2×3 meter of fruit in little boxes and every little boxes are just perfectly laid next to each other asking me to bring us home. Strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and blueberries may just be the four best friends, which you can just put together and don’t feel awkwardness and
FINGER FOOD | I love finger foods, for the eye it’s lovely, cute and adorable. For the line, it’s also very good as you can taste a lot of different flavors. I celebrated Chinese New Year in a non-traditional way, with Asian finger foods. And they were yummy!
Taro truffle salad with roasted seaweed, puffed rice grains and shiitake
MERRY MERRY CHRISTMAS – Only a few days left and we all say goodbye 2013 and hello 2014. Remember don’t stress and enjoy!
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CHRISTMAS DECORATION – Are you ready for Christmas? For me, I am still in the middle of preparing my Christmas dinner and that is already taking all of my time. So for the Christmas table I usually don’t do much more than a simple dinner setting – lights, plates and matching napkins etc. However, to have some more Christmas feel, I usually set up the coffee table where the guests/ family are sitting and waiting. Chocolate always does the trick for the young ones, but of course also for you and me.
The easiest and quickest way to have your (coffee) table Christmas proof (and probably also the cheapest way), you will need to have the following:
SEOUL TRIP – My first time in Seoul (South Korea) and it was amazing! Seoul is a city where traditions meet the modern. A city that truly never sleeps; you can shop and eat 24 hours. After this trip, I know what Korean food truly taste like – really SPICY! Lot’s more about Korean food in my next posts, but first something really sweet and cute!
Let’s go to the Hello Kitty café in Hongdae. The café is not big and it is filled with tourists taking pictures of every corner of the café. Continue reading