i am by no means a slave to fashion, but i’m pretty happy that neon is still happening, if for no reason other than it gives me more chances to perv at these little beauties…
tom binns (of course)
how cute is this cookbook??
more of a brochure, really, it’s from the ‘sweets: tastes and traditions from many cultures’ exhibit on at the immigration museum here in melbourne. i popped in yesterday; i was there to see the ‘on their own’ exhibit for uni (terribly moving; i don’t think i was the only one who had to take a breather). it’s a tiny, tiny exhibit showing equipment and sweet treats from five different communities in victoria – indian, italian, japanese, mauritian and turkish – but it was so vibrant and full of people reading cookbooks and chatting and laughing. super fun :)
needless to say i am now determined to make all five of the recipes shown above.
who wants to come over for mauritian polenta pudding? yum yum yum
a rather rushed getting-ready on sunday – which saw me wear the same (washed) blouse that i had worn to an interview on wednesday paired with my oldest and most falling-apart denim skirt and opshop jacket – has really highlighted just how much i need new clothes… it’s getting kind of beyond the joke.
any of these would be nice.
all new at la garconne, my number one site for dream shopping
jealousy-inducing wonderfulness at kurasukoto.
what can i say: i was bored.
but i think i totally get the appeal: it’s all style, no(t much) substance, but still pretty fun.
so if you’re on twitter, please follow me. because right now i only have about 4 legit followers and about 6 randoms who are trying to give me free ipads (yeah, right: i’ll file that with the company that tried to get me to pin pictures of their vibrators and sex toys under ‘links i will not click’). it’s lonely, so lonely…
(feather painting by dear catherina)