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55 things you can do for yourself – 55 jó tanács

Recently I’ve been thinking a lot about how to make the most out of my days.  Realizing that everything we go through in our lives lead us to the priceless moments of living, we should  focus on not missing them.  And we shouldn’t make our lives complicated.  If we feel like things don’t come together for us immediately, they eventually will.  If we struggle, it takes us forward.  There is always something for which we can be thankful.  When the world takes away something from us, what counts is, what we do with what’s left.  Trust your intuition and take chances.  […]


Morning glory oats – Reggeli zabkorpa

You can say good bye to boring oatmeal, if you cook it with a little twist.  I got the recipe from Megan Gordon’s Whole-Grain Mornings: New Breakfast Recipes to Span the Seasons.  She writes a beautiful blog, A Sweet Spoonful, and this lovely cookbook is her first one, published in the end of December 2013.  Megan designed the recipe for slow Sundays in winter; I made the oats on a slow wintry Saturday morning, right after I purchased my copy of the cookbook.


Roasted parsnips – Sült paszternák

One of the quite often neglected root vegetables are white parsnips.  A lot of people don’t know them or don’t use them in their cooking.  For me, they are as essential as carrots – they are closely related to carrots and parsley roots – especially for vegetable or meat soups.