Montpellier city and a way out to Camargue village.
I’m sorry I’m in a hotel with a very low internet connection, so I’ll have to be quick.
First some of Montpellier old city buildings. Look at this majestic one.
Too many curves guys? Here are some lines too! And a perfect symetry.
For the color lovers…
A day out at the beach and in a very cute old village in Camargue.
Ok sorry more lines… and doors! Oups I did it again!
And finally the beach, desert or Mediteranean sea?
For more of this travel and photo serie please have a look on my IG account.
I hope you enjoyed this round. See you in july and don’t forget to follow the circle until you’re back at me. Have a look at the pics of my friend Jo. I will be lucky to go to visit her in her farm very soon. We’ll share our adventures in september! Stay tuned…
We had the chance to be invited by the lovely Vicki from Boiled eggs and soldiers to stay a few days in her lovely home. I have to specify that we visited Townsville, North Queensland in the hottest month of the year: february.
So, we were lucky to stay at the Pineapple House, invited by my food blogger friend.
Look at that sunset! We enjoyed this view every evening from the deck.
In april there was an Easter cake baked. I used my friend’s Sam recipe for the base and added chocolate ganache and lollies.
In april, there was a big day for a big boy meaning work in the « kitchen-bakery ».
We organised a lego theme birthday but we had to change several times the activities to make the children play together. That was an excellent afternoon, they were all very nice. I kept it simple and made a crepe party. And I made my famous « pâte sucrée » to use the cute animals from Australia.
Can you believe I had kept very carefully those australian lollies? They were so yummy!!!! I’m definitly needing some more right now! Any australian friend reading this? haha!
The kids just love the simple things. Very easy to eat for little toddlers.
The cookies cutters were a gift from my aussies friends. Aren’t they lovely souvenirs for my kitchen?
One of my friend also celebrated her birthday and asked me to make her fav pie: lemon pie with meringue. I will share with you my little secrets for this pie. It’s such a good dessert.
There is a lot happening in that kitchen since I’ve been back from Australia. And there is more planned for next week (gingerboy’s birthday and australian typical birthday cakes on my list).
For now I want to show you some discovery I made thanks to my swiss friends.
They know I’m a totally crazy about cooking and baking. They are also. Especially the husband of my friend who is not swiss really… (he is italian, you know how important food is for italians!) Each time we visit them, we have a Raclette, Pastas, Pizzas, wines, chocolate and a few more kilos of body weigh 😉
Gifts for the kitchen
They offered me some nice little bowls. They are cute, aren’t they? What should I use them for? Don’t say ice cream because you’ll see just in few lines…