Hygge Daybook for April 26, 2017 Out in the wide, wild world… it is rain/snowing ! (Or perhaps snow/raining?) At any rate the temperature has plummeted and my fire is burning bright. My travels…there will be no baseball practice this
Two Pages What got left behind? I loathe making dinner. I despise it. It is the absolute bane of my existence. It’s gotten so I don’t really enjoy eating dinner all that much. I’d just as soon have cereal. Or
As I’m not a food blogger this recipe isn’t accompanied by a dozen or so photographs -just the one below, which is definitely not the greatest photo I’ve ever taken – though the soup is shows is truly delicious! (I’m
Savoury Pancakes We make these pancakes for Shrove Tuesday Dinner every year, though they’re delicious any time and would be fun to serve in a small, “silver dollar” size at a party. They have a lovely, rich flavor, are
For Today I haven’t done this in ages. I used to do several such link-ups a month and always enjoyed pondering and filling out different questions, or even similar questions upon different days or from slightly different angles. So –
I hate to admit it – but I fear spring is rearing its nasty little green head. The snow has gone. And though some fell again just the other day, within hours, (or so it seemed to me), it melted
Caprese Savoury Bread I’ve received some nice feedback on this photo and (hygge-comfort!) recipe from my Mid-Winter Hygge By Post Newsletter, and this lovely, dense savoury bread is indeed rich and full of flavor. I usually make a loaf at
A few of Hygge’s many faces. Some Mindful, some Intentional, some – such as Mimsy-Dog helping clean the counter (top row far left) – makin’ me crazy. Embracing Intentional Hygge at Witt’s End and beyond.
A favorite mug filled with steaming tea, a pumpkin chocolate chip muffin, and a quiet morning. Classic Hygge. So – what kinda Hygge is happening at your house?