The other day I went to a lunch held by Art Logic that gave us a sneak peak at what to expect at the Sanlam Handmade Contemporary FoodWineDesign Fair this year. From what I can see from the small display they put together to entice us, there is going to be some really beautiful things to lust after and some really amazing food to dive face/hands first into, I really can’t wait.
Found these very interesting and awesome handmade ice-cream cones on Booooooom. They’re so nice and colourful and it sounds like these “Gelatology” workshops could be so much fun.
If you are looking to do something fun next Wednesday, which involves you spoiling yourself with pretty clothes from Jane Sews’ new Summer collection, sunglasses, tea, ice-cream and the sights of Matthew Mole’s face, then I suggest you head on over to Wolves for a super cool pop-up shop organised by lovely Amy from Jane Sews. There is going to be lots of nice things for you to get your little paws on, so I really hope to see you all there.
Below are some beautiful images from Jane Sews new Summer look book – just a few sneak peaks of the some of the loveliness you can expect to find at Wolves next week. Can’t wait!
Salted Caramel + Nutella Stuffed Double Chocolate Chip Cookies
These awesome looking baked goods and sweets that would make any pudding compartment surrender in seconds, come from a young baker named Izy who runs a cool blog called Top with Cinnamon. She comes from a long line of bakers and is particularly influenced by her Italian-American mom.
I think if I had to see Izy walking down the street, I would kidnap her and force her to force feed me these magnificents every single day.
Chocolate chip cookie peanut butter s’mores (…with the easiest vanilla bean marshmallows)
I have only just discovered this blog and I’m so super flipping happy I did. By the looks of it this woman can cook like a mother-fer and she’s not bad with a camera either. I have spent the last hour on her blog clicking through stuff, literally talking to myself while I stare at my screen wishing I was in a pair of fat pants in this woman’s kitchen taste testing EVERYTHING.
Why does she have to live so far away (Pennsylvania)? Why can’t she be my best friend and live on Corlett Drive? Why world, why?
My friend Clint who loves making ice-cream and is damn good at it too, sent me a link for a product called Eyescream and Friends. I absolutely love this concept! I think it’s imaginative and sweet and is something I wish I had thought of.
The guys from a architecture and graphic studio called Marion + Merche had to redesign the visual branding and identity for a new Taiwanese shaved ice shop that had opened up in their hometown of Barcelona. The pair decided to instill each mountain of shaved ice with their very own personalities by adding edible sugar eyes to each serving. So genius. They then went on to design wooden boxes that houses the ice-cream and 2 toppings (friends) which you can add at your own leisure.