I Love Pumpkin

Allmost Autumn. That means: pumpkins!. I’ll share soup and pancakes later, first my pumpkin-premier of the season. For this oven dish I cut the raw pumpkin with skin in large pieces, added some pepper, onion and tomatoes + some oil-fried mushrooms. Mixed this all together in some olive oil and …

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Soup of the Day

Ginger has become one of my favourite ingredients over the last months. It’s specific flavour enriches soups, sauces and curries. Here I mixed it together with fennel, broccoli and pepper to a very tasty and rich soup. All specific flavours mix realy well together. When you fry the ginger and …

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Late Summer Spinach

By quickly frying spinach in a wok pan with some light olive oil you create a warm meal, whilst keeping the taste of pure spinache and all its vitamins. Sprinkle some balsamic over it (the thick, older ones are giving the best flavour and taste!) and just add some mixed …

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Buttons

Regularly people look a little confused when I hand them my business card. Art, Interior Design, Project Management….Button??? For me the button symbolises connectivity. The connection is in the variety of work and projects I find myself involved in. As well as a symbol for the various layers every person has, which are …

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Patterns


Quite often we ignore the floor on which we walk. A pity as you realise that the patterns of a floor can be fascinating. Artisan wooden floors, bluestone plates in churches or hard baked tiles as in the picture, I truly enjoy them. I enjoy the repetition, colour schemes and dents as a result …

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Spring

Coloured fields. A great colour palette with clean lines. At speed I drive through my home country, sunglasses on my head, enjoying the world around me. I decide to take a detour on my way home to get a closer look at the tulips. I take the next exit from the motorway …

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