Saturday, September 6, 2014

The one with the things I liked this week (83)


Snatching up this vintage Cinderella card at the thriftshop (for 5 cents)

My initials on a shop window

Having a latte this afternoon, in the pitcher is the actual coffee, so you can decide 
for yourself how strong your hot beverage is

 Joining a cooking club. My favorite course was the dessert. Served with coconut icecream, we got pineapple baked in butter and honey, filled with cinnamon and rosemary.

More doors

 Treating myself to fresh flowers, tomorrow I'll try to squeeze in a new 
DIY project, involving vases.

Hope you're having a fabulous weekend, see you next week!

25 comments:

  1. Wow that's an amazing sounding ( and looking!) dessert. Looking forward to the vase DIY too :)

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  2. You joined a cooking club? How awesome! Send over some desserts here:D

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    1. I don't know if the icecream makes it in time before it starts melting!

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  3. Wow! That dessert looks and sounds awesome! Are you allowed by the cooking club to share the recipe?! :)

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    1. I don't even know if I am allowed to, but I wasn't the one making the dessert!

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  4. nice pictures and blog
    kss
    new post: http://tupersonalshopperviajero.blogspot.com.es/2014/09/gel-liner-eyes-brows-body-shop.html

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    1. Thanks! Going to hop on over to your blog and have a peek :-)

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  5. What a fabulous week! The pineapple looks so yummy! Beautiful doors and great pic of your initials - I can see you in the window too :)

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  6. The Cinderella card is so sweet! I'm intrigued by the pineapple dish since I have never had that fruit baked before. It is always fun to try new things in the kitchen. The fresh flowers are beautiful. :)

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    1. I always think I should get fresh flowers more often, but I only get them about two times a year. Baked pineapple is very tasty! I also like it on a grilled cheese sandwich :-)

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  7. I wish we had a cooking club around here. I think that would be a blast to join! And how nice of that building to honor you by using your initials! Did you ever find out what they really stand for? Doesn't matter because to us, it will stand for you!

    I wish I could have fresh flowers more, but my cat likes to eat them. My leaves always has bite marks in them and the baby's breath they usually put in arrangements ends up all over my dining room table.

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    1. No idea what the letters stand for, it's for a newly to open shop, I'll do some research :-)

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  8. How fun to find your initials in the window :) Fresh flowers are always great!

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    1. They are, and I really should get them more often :-)

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  9. Oehh leuk een kookclubje! En ik ben benieuwd naar je DIY!

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  10. I found my initials in the bank title, street sigh, and one named of Beauty salon over the years. It is fun! Your fresh flowers are gorgeous! Looking forward to see new DIY!

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    1. Did you photograph all of the initials? Could be a fun project to collect them!

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  11. So cool that you joined a cooking club. And love the initials. :)

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  12. A cooking club would be SO fun! We've taken a couple of standalone classes over the years, but a regular club would be awesome to find.

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  13. oh wow that pineapple looks amazing.

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    1. Tasted amazing too! I'm pretty picky when it comes to desserts, this one was really, really good!

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  14. Ah, your flowers are beautiful and I totally want to try that baked pineapple. It looks so amazing. Can I have the recipe, please? Kisses, sweetie.

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    1. I wasn't in the dessert-group, but I'll definitely try making it. I'll let you know how it turns out!

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