Ordinary people in a giant food world
From Rio to the Royal Ballet
How to make felt piggy banks
Doesn't this pasta look delicious?
I've been playing Robyn's rendition of Try sleeping with a broken heart non stop
An apartment that is definitely my cup of tea
If you like to multi-task, this might be the video for you!
Great link today! That is taking food art to a whole new level :)ReplyDelete
I hope to make that delicious pasta recipe this weekend!
Let me know if it tastes as good as it looks!Delete
yes i want to swap closets with miranda too! although i probably wouldn't fit in her clothes lolReplyDelete
Her clothes definitely will not fit me, but her shoes might would! And she does know how to accessorize!Delete
And William Kass' work is all kinds of awesome:)
Apparently, playing with your food is a good thing!Delete
Oh yum, the lemon artichoke & asparagus pasta looks so good! I need to make it sometime soon. Have a great day, lovely.ReplyDelete
So do I, although I've never made anything with asparagus. So I'm afraid I'd might ruin them.Delete
That apartment is gorgeous! I like Scandinavian design a lot anyway, but that one was especially interesting with the pops of black.ReplyDelete
I wish I could get my place to look a bit more like that!Delete
Gorgeous apartment. I love Emma's Designblogg. And the video of the dancer is beautiful!! I always love your link posts. :)ReplyDelete
Thanks! I always love to do the 'research' bit :-)Delete
Loved all the links! The artwork in the first one is so cool. We have a couple black and whites in our foyer that are similar. People and animals photoshopped into unusual scenery. That stuff is always so much fun to look at.ReplyDelete
Love that apartment. I was amazed at all the storage they have, especially in the dining room. Storage is an important thing for people like us. Gotta stash all our supplies!
Can't have enough storage!Delete
wow....I love those food photos!ReplyDelete
Aren't they marvelous!?Delete
That is such a great composite.ReplyDelete