Billy got called into work this morning, so in between baking and going to the grocery store, I wanted a little internet free time. I love being inspired by all of these creative people. I hope they inspire you too!
Learn about Parisian breads (sourdough, croque-monsier, and dessert baked goods as well) from David Lebovitz, surrounding one of his favorite shops Poilane.
I love the open shelving concept, and I wish I had a few of these displayed items (scalloped pie dishes, cake stands.. basically everything on the top shelf). Apartment Therapy is always my #1 resource. I love their continuous content.
I've been wanting to make something with apples. Something baked and gooey. Maybe I'll make a few different items, including apple butter in a crock pot, apple tarte tatin, and these apple pie cupcakes. Yum. If I do, I promise photos!
If you want to follow an inspiring family, check out the Seven Sailors. My family went to the same church as them growing up, and for the past couple of years they have been living an adventurous life at sea. From Greece to Senegal, I wish I could live with these people for a couple months and see the things they see.
When photos don't describe my food ventures, I think this is a great idea. You'll have to watch for it, but I was totally inspired by this Norwegian Food Illustrator, to create a meal plan on paper. After all, I am better at drawing and painting than I am at taking delicious looking pictures.