I couldn't help myself but share, along with the regular link love, some images from the garden back in Allgäu where I spent Easter.
A garden full of treasures; big and small.
» I need some homemade paneer in my life.
» Congrats to all the winners of the Saveur Best Food Blog Awards! So much talent! It was a true honor to be nominated in the first place so thank you.
» This lady has amazed me with her beautiful photography.
» I carried 1 kg (2 pounds) of baby artichokes in my hand luggage all the way from Munich to Finland just to make Valentina's preserved artichoke hearts. Yeah, I like to bring home food from my travels. [I also brought a couple of spices and dried flowers, elderflower jelly, a thing called monk's beard (thanks Valentina for letting me know its name), birk tree printed paper straws, a couple of props...]
» Hands down one of the most thought-provoking (and frankly, quite weird) documentary films I've ever seen: Pina.
» What a great post about the process of making a cookbook.
» I made Lindsey's Spinach Chive Pesto and Cynthia's Kimchi Fried Rice (also, I was super excited to see her interview on Food&Wine) as well as Icelandic Cinnamon Pancakes with Chantilly Cream and Pears from Manger. Comfort.
» She is such a brave soul. About living with mental illness.
» I would love to attend this workshop with Luise Brimble at Aran Goyoaga's studio in Seattle.
» The Patina Collection Spring & Summer 2014 from inks+thread makes me daydream.
» Currently reading: Haruki Murakami's newest novel: Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Year of Pilgrimage (already available in German).
» There's a chocolate loaf cake baking in the oven right now. It's for tonight's May Day Eve party. Can't wait to have a bite.