Every last Firday of the month I will share with you my top 7 highlights.
These are not ads nor sponsored posts just products, services and ideas I found worth sharing with you!
HERE IS MY TOP 7 HIGHLIGHTS – MARCH – 03/2017.
AVA EATS FOOD
Ava eats food aka @badhunterstories is a Berlin based blogger who is creating beautiful gluten-free and refined sugar-free vegetarian recipes. If you wonder what is Tonca Beans, how to make homemade apple vinegar or never tried gluten-free bread, then you should definitely follow her on Instagram!
VEGETARIAN BY ALICE HART.
141 recipes celebrating fresh, seasonal ingredients.
I know this book was out for quite a while now but I had to share my discovery with you, guys! I was blown away by delicious seasonal meat free recipes and beautiful photography. Definitely try the Parsnip, sage and mascarpone risotto!
Available on Amazon.
STAUB MINI COCOTTE
Don’t you just love these little cute yet seriously professional Staub mini cocotte?! I do have a set of those in my kitchen and believe me they are irreplaceable for dinner parties. My friends love individual little portions and you don’t need to worry about presentation because these pots are beautiful just the way they are. Top it up with adorable animal shaped knobs for an extra “awwww” factor.
Her lyrics bring hope, make you feel strong and help to raise your voice for all what you stand for. This is one of my very personal highlights of the month. Emeli Sandé gig at the O2 Academy, part of her 2017 world tour “Long Live the Angel”.
“You’ve got a heart as loud as lightning
So why let your voice be tamed?
Maybe we’re a little different
There’s no need to be ashamed”
THE SCRAN LINE
In love with cupcakes?
Go no further!
Nick form the Scran Line will amaze you with creative approach, bright colours and bold flavours!
Subscribe to his channel on YouTube to see 2 recipe videos every week!
RAW, SWEET & DELICIOUS CHOCOLATE
Are sweets bad for you?
Definitely not if it is Pana Chocolate – handmade raw organic vegan chocolate with NO dairy or soy products, gluten and refined sugar FREE!
And do you know what is the best part?
It is absolutely delicious! You can get a massive variety of different types and flavours.
My favourite 3 are Pinaple & Ginger, Sour Cherry & Vanilla, Fig & Wild Orange.
Oh and if you want to treat your loved ones with a special surprise, they do cute gift packs with different greetings from “I love you” to “Happy New Year”.
March is the beginning of the gardening season.
So if you like growing your own herbs and veggies it is time to plan your actions.
But if you are not so lucky and live in a big city with not much space to grow anything but a cactus (I certainty am) here is the answer – Hydroponics.
I came across this Telegraph’s article “Hydroponics: can you really grow without soil at home?” and was fascinated by the new concept of urban gardening. Many brands picked up the idea including old good Ikea with its Indoor Growing Cultivators.
I always use fresh herbs in my cooking so this sounds like a very good idea.
I think I will still miss the dirty fingers and soil under my nails, however…
Do you think I shall give it a go?
If you had one before tell me about your experience with hydroponics in the comments below!
Have you seen or tried any of these 7 highlights?
LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU THINK IN COMMENTS BELOW!
Also if you know some cool products, events (ideally in London) or blogs that could be in my April list please do let me know!