MY COPENHAGEN FOOD GUIDE – MARCH 2015

Copenhagen Grey skies, old brick buildings, bicycles whizzing past you, and the smell of warm cinnamon rolls wafting through the air as you approach a giant golden pretzel suspended almost mid-air—a symbol that tells you there’s a bakery right underneath. Copenhagen, you stole my heart. Two months ago I traveled to Copenhagen for the first time. It was my stop-over choice on a more adventurous trip to Iceland. I’d always wanted to go to Denmark, largely because of Noma*, but also because I’d heard and read things about the ... Read More





        

BITS AND PIECES 10.03.2014 – NEW ZEALAND EDITION

NZ bits and pieces-6 {Looking up from one of our favorite spots for a glass of vino and some oysters, the aptly named Oyster Inn.}   As you’ve probably been able to tell from the lack of posts over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been traveling! Yay! Aside from cooking and eating, I think traveling is probably my favorite thing ever. Roly and I went to New Zealand (Waiheke) for a friend’s wedding, and while we were there we did a spot of house-hunting and general holiday-ing. It was the perfect trip; the weather was always warm ... Read More