If we are talking about Southern Hospitality, homecoming, forgiveness and love, we’re gonna need a lot of butter. And peaches. We’re making peach pie, honey.
Every time I work with pastry, I learn something new. Some of these lessons are metaphors for good living.
-Pastry needs down-time. In between pulling all the ingredients together and rolling them out, the dough needs me-time in the fridge to regroup. If pastry can’t be ready for the main event without doing some self care, how the hell can you expect yourself to perform your best if you aren’t also taking your time to chill?
I don’t need an excuse to neglect this blog and not update for months, because I evidently do it all the time, but I recently discovered that Photobucket (the free […]
So, here’s a little post to catch up on February. I know, I know, it’s almost the end of March and here I am posting about what happened like 50 […]
Ich habe die Bilder von unserem Fotoapparat noch nicht bearbeitet, aber in der Zwischenzeit, hier sind meine iPhone Bilder aus Schottland. Ich machte diese Fotos während ich nicht gerade Scones am essen […]
I’m still parsing through all the photos I took with the camera, but in the meantime, here’s the photos I took in Scotland when I wasn’t eating my weight in […]
In Deutschland, wenn man “curry” sagt, denken mehr Leute an Currywurst als an indisches Essen. Das Gericht ist weniger als 100 Jahre alt, aber es ist fest eingewurzelt in die deutsche Küche. Die Speise war erstmals in Berlin gekocht von Herta Heuwer.
Germany is perhaps the only country where you can say the word “curry” and people don’t think of Indian food, they think of German food: currywurst, to be exact. The […]
It might seem like this post has a lot of pictures, but when you consider that our photorapher sent us an astonishing 1,300 photos to choose from, it doesn’t seem so […]
We have finally finished sorting through and editing the photos from Munich, or München, as the Germans call it. The division of labour on our projects is like a metaphor […]