ooking back i must say that 2013 was an amazing year and i am excited and scared to see what 2014 will bring.
Shells & Feathers
Petersham Nurseries 2 – The Revenge
Ghost City – Brighton
TAP Coffee – 193
Lemon Cupcakes with Raspberry Frosting
Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins
Food, Butterflies & old Stones
Around Notting Hill
Around London – Museums
In the Mountains – Lac Miserin
International Meeting Rome
Fioraio Bianchi Caffè
Orto Botanico di Brera
Picnic in the Woods
Cinnamon Walnut Stars
I wish you an amazing 2014!
an you already smell the Christmas dinner, see the flickering candles on the table, hear the carol singer knocking at the door? Christmas is just around the corner.
Here a delicious recipe that is easy to make and makes a perfect Christmas Present for one of your beloved.
Peel and grate the the Ginger.
Melt the Margarine in a pot. Add Milk, Salt, Sugar and Vanilla extract.
Remove from the flame and add the flour the ginger and the hazelnut flakes.
Put 1 teaspoon of the mixture on a parchment paper lined baking dish.
Bake for about 10 minutes at 200′ C .
hristmas is getting closer. Christmas trees start popping up in houses, the streets are decorated with flickering lights and the first snow has fallen!
Are you as excited as i am?
Slowly Melt Honey and Sugar in a pot, until the sugar has dissolved. Let cool for a bit.
Chop up the Walnuts and the Cranberries (Leave some for decoration). Mix with the flour the spices, baking powder and baking soda. Put half of the mixture in the honey and mix. Add the remaining flour.Roll out the dough and put on a baking dish lined with parchment paper. Let cool for about 1 hour.
Bake for 20-25 min at 180º C.Cook the icing sugar and 100ml water to a syrup and pour over the gingerbread. Cut out square of about 5cm and decorate with the remaining Cranberries.
he shop started from a suggestion: “Why don’t we create a calendar with some of the photos we took in London?” Easier done than said.
If you’re planning to see the world, there’s no better place to start than London. This fine art calendar is an alternative way to see travel photography and perfect to feel inspired. It’s the details that matter!
Each month features a photograph of London taken in unusual places or of an unusual subject; there will be no typical touristy stuff, only beautiful hidden gems found during more than a full year of exploring.
Perfect for explorers, Londoners who are in love with their city and as a gift to inspire!
13 loose pages created by the collaboration between two photographers who discovered London together: Daniel Farò and Giulia Bellato.
The calendar makes a wonderful display for your home or your workplace and can be hung or pinned anywhere you like.
Each page measures 21×21 cm / 8.3×8.3 inches and is printed on 300gsm Silk paper. At the end of the year the photos can be easily cut and re-used. The calendar includes a cover page with the thumbnails and the title.
Design by Daniel Farò
Photography by Giulia Bellato and Daniel Farò
-13 single pages
-12 different photographs
-21×21 cm / 8.3×8.3 inches pages printed on 300gsm Silk Paper
▲ Map: ▲
January: Bagpipes in Trafalgar Square
February: maison d’être, Islington
March: Yumchaa, Camden Town
April: Petersham Nurseries, Richmond
May: Covent Garden
June: maison d’être, Islington
July: Recipease, Notting Hill
August: Borough Market
September: maison d’être, Islington
October: Richmond Park
November: Richmond Park
If you want to buy it click HERE
Should you have any question or request feel free to drop us an email :) We are two friendly cutie patooties, we promise! ♥
t is again that time of the year. The air gets chilly and you cannot wait until the first snowflakes fall from the sky (well, me at least. Because as it seams everyone else hates winter).
You should bake these delicious biscuits, have a cup of tea or hot chocolate and sing christmas songs. Falalalala ♫
Beat the egg whites and the salt to stiff peaks and add the icing sugar little by little.
Beat for about 10 minutes on highest setting.
Mix the nuts the cinnamon the Lemon Zest and the Jam together and gently incorporate the egg whites. Let cool for 30 minutes. Roll the dough on a sugar coated surface and cut your stars using a cookie cutter. Put the Stars on a with parchment paper lined baking dish and let it set for about 60 minutes.
Have you seen the amazing hand lettering? It is obviously not by me.
It was made by the talented Gioia De Antoniis. Make sure to check out her new blog about Hand Lettering.
Thank you so much Gioia <3