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After I told you about the delicious recipes from Hemsley + Hemsley, I wanted to share my favourite for breakfast. The acai bowl is so refreshing and yummy, it might even turn me into a morning person. Plus, it takes about two and a half seconds to make.
Ingredients for two portions
| 2 tbsp freeze-dried acai berry powder
| 1/2 frozen banana
| 1 small avocado
| 2 tbsp coconut oil
| 150 g frozen berries
| 1 date, pitted
| 200 ml coconut water or water
Put the ingredients into a blender and blitz. Done!
Melissa and Jasmine suggest flaxseeds, goji berries, chia seeds or fresh banana slices as additional toppings. I also like it with toasted almond flakes, whole almonds and blueberries.
Taken from „The Art of Eating Well“
The Hemsleys are coming to Berlin. The Hemsleys are coming to Berlin? Aaaaaahhhhhhh!!!
When I found out about their visit a few weeks ago, I briefly turned into a screaming teenager before I regained my composure and arranged to meet them. Which tells you how much I love their cookbook „The Art of Eating Well“. I love the blueberry pancakes with mango cashew creme and the acai bowl, the quicker-than-toast courgette salad and the toasted coconut green beans, the cucumber maki crab rolls and the black bean brownies. Holy moly, the black bean brownies!
It’s never the loud street style looks at the four big fashion weeks that get my attention but the little outfit details. One thing I noticed a lot in the slideshows that I’m adopting to my wardrobe: paisley print bandanas, worn as kerchiefs, on handbags, as hairbands. I’m also using them as bibs for Arlo, although surprisingly I didn’t see them styled that way in any of the street styles, ahem. I stocked up at an army store on Danziger Straße for 5€ apiece (as opposed to, say, 525€ for a bandana print silk scarf from Saint Laurent. My friend E. thinks that Hedi Slimane is just taking the piss now. I agree).
Confession: last night I went to bed in a pair of jogging bottoms and an old t-shirt. This was not an exception. Sure, it’s possible to sleep like that. But wouldn’t it be nicer in a proper pyjama? Like the one James wears from Brooks Brothers. I brought back a pair for him from England a few years back and I should’ve gotten one for myself. There’s something celebratory about getting dressed so neatly for bed, much like Don Draper in the 1960s (except we don’t smoke or drink Whiskey in bed).