My favorite magazine shop Papercut at Söder. Absolutely adore this place and have spend quit a lot of Sundays flipping through books and magazines. This Sunday I bought a beautiful book…more on that later.
Another road-trip when living in LA. Our climber friends who I wrote about here came on another visit and we went with them to Red Rock outside Las Vegas to climb. It’s so crazy beautiful out here. On our way home we went through Las Vegas. It’s such a contrast to the nature out there. Always fun to see the craziness of Las Vegas. Very fascinating but I always have the feeling of staying in the car just looking passing through.
Homemade old fashion apple cake found a recipe here..a little more fancy version of the one I got. Pretty pastels. The snow came. A piece of the banana bread I made here. Had to make a test of the swedish semla compared to the danish fastelavnbolle. Not convinced…have tested the one from Fabrique and a homemade version. Think I’ll stick with the fastelavnbolle. My favorite breakfast at Pom & Flora. Fika break at Drop Coffee. Tip fight at Coffice: Laura vs The Bride….also selling the lovely coffee from Drop Coffee.
These ladies, owner of this magic flower/plant shop Landet Järna has taken the locally produced, seasonal, pesticide-free and fair trade way we shop food and added this principle to their flower shop which is brilliant and how it should be right!. The Landet Järna sells only locally grown, organic, biodynamic and wild plants, self-picked herbal teas, as well as small envelopes with dried plants and seeds. I’m very excited about initiatives like these. I brought home their grandmothers tea and a little envelope with pumpkin seeds I will plant this lazy Saturday.
Location: Hornsbruksgatan 24, Hornstull, Stockholm
When living in NYC we did a lot of road trips and one of them to Palenville NY. So nice to get out of the city when it’s boiling hot and 40° Found the cutest little shop Circle W Market with local goods and veggies, serving whole food. The cakes were baked by a lady who was a neighbour. Love that!
When living in LA we went to the Getty Center. The view from here is spectacular and I caught a car queue from the little Getty train…an everyday part of living in LA
Spend the days after Christmas and New Year in Copenhagen and it felt good to be back. Was so lucky we could borrow our friends apartment with fire stove…not so common in Copenhagen, you see it more here in Stockholm. Had a great breakfast at Dyrehaven cheap (compared to Sthlm prices) and filling. The avocado open faced is so good. Random prictures from Kødbyen. Testing ginger sodas from Kihoskh. Ebeltoft Gårdbryggeri was definitely the winner.
My favorit brand of oats these days served with roasted cashews and coconut. Mirror hallway. Art under the bridge. My round hotel apartment when guest teaching at denmarks design school Kolding. Early morning view of the lake and Koldinghus. Skagen and Frederikshavn from above. Knit from my etsy shop done and on it’s way to Oslo. Early bird flight home again. Carrot juice. Morning yoga. Lovely teas.
I really enjoy the breakfast at Pane Vino. It’s simply and just what you need. They make this great müsli with cardamom you get on top of your yogurt. Another good thing is they open at 9 am in the weekends (I am a early bird and hungry when I wake up) In the evening they serve some pretty amazing pizzas, my fave…this week is the porcino pizza (porcini, portobello & forest mushrooms)
When living in LA we had our friends who are crazy climbers visiting. Went with them to Yosemite and did some bouldering. My first time climbing and how fun it was. It is so beautiful in Yosemite. Forgot the tent so slept outside on the crash-pads almost next to the sign, bear warning….?! Yep that’s how we role.