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In praise of Georgian food

The Washington Post muses on March 3rd, 2015, whether the Georgian food might be the next big thing. It certainly deserves much more attention, if you ask me. There was this incident almost ten years ago, when Kuidaore‘s Joycelyn began her cookbook meme (memes were a big thing in the early days of food blogging)… Keep Reading


Your Most Popular Diet Questions Answered

“Help! I know should eat better but I don’t actually know what that means!” We get emails like this all day, every day, because “eating better” is a confusing subject. Go to a doctor and he might tell you to eat more “heart healthy whole grains.” Read another blog and it might say “eat 30 bananas a day… Keep Reading


Wonderful apartment in Paris

Thanks to the assistance of his architect friend, the owners of this amazing space decided to give this apartment a makeover. Being a fan of interior design, Antonin and his wife, mixed the family furniture with more contemporary pieces, with a special place for the fabulous Ploum sofa in its XXL version and the Lianes lights… Keep Reading


Dyeing Easter Eggs with Onion Skins, Estonian style

We don’t really ‘do’ chocolate eggs for Easter here in Estonia, but real, chicken eggs. Dyeing eggs for Easter is very popular, and using onion skins is probably the most popular method. Using onion peels gives you most beautiful dyed eggs, each one unique and special. Here are some photos of the process that I… Keep Reading


Holiday baking: Carrot cake cookies recipe

Time to start preparing for the Christmas holidays and I offer you a lovely cookie recipe! Although we’ll be mostly eating piparkoogid aka gingerbread cookies here in Estonia, these slightly chewy carrot cake cookies would do just as well. For over two years now I’ve been contributing recipes for one of the biggest home and… Keep Reading


It’s cinnamon bun day (kanelbullens dag)!

It’s Cinnamon Bun Day in Sweden today. Cinnamon Bun Day was established in 1999, or 17 years ago, when Swedish Home Baking Council (Hembakningsrådet) came up with the idea when looking for a way to celebrate their 40th anniversary. Many Swedes rush to their favourite bakery today and buy some kanelbullar – or bake their… Keep Reading

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