Last month I had the privilege to spend the morning documenting the ladies The Big Egg doing what they do best - making breakfast!
My foray into the food world was a resistant one. Neither of my parents came from families that had a passion for cooking and that apathy was passed down to me.
The Lan Su Chinese Garden is a respite from the clamor of city life. As you enter the garden gates a hush seems to descend that quiets all other noise but the sound of bird song...
I'm bewitched with eating outdoors. It feels very European to me to have a meal outside.
Whoever said, “All happiness depends on a leisurely breakfast” sure got it right.
We all have a food story - why we love food, what we love about food, and what we believe about food. In fact, if you think about, it everyone subscribes to a food belief system whether it’s a deliberate decision or one that’s unconsciously made. And let’s face it. We all have to eat, so we all have things we believe about food: food is pleasure, food is fuel, food is culture, food is adventure, etc.
This week I went to Milk Glass Market - a gorgeous new cafe on N. Killingsworth.
I used to take citrus for granted. Growing up in California, oranges were everywhere. Nearly every home in the neighborhood had some type of citrus tree growing in the back yard - orange trees, lemon trees, limes, you name it.
Happy Friday! This weekend I have the bug to go to the Fish Market in Seattle so I'll leave you with this photo from my trip to San Francisco last winter. Happy weekend. xoxo
I'm a total creeper. I love exploring people's homes. If it was socially appropriate I'd look in every nook and cranny to see what they like, how they live, how they decorate. It's not that I'm nosy (or so I tell myself), I just love getting to know people.