A moonraker bread for a moonraker movienight

Such an unexpected trade! The green jar is filled with ramsons pesto. I promise you there will be ramsons bread to trade as soon as you tell me that you are ready for making winter soups!  

MalinA moonraker bread for a moonraker movienight

Der Berliner Stil

Angelika Taschen has, together with Alexa von Heyden, put together a very nice selection of Berlin addresses that are not to be missed when visiting our city. That they also decided to put The Bread Exchange – even though I don’t even have an address to share – flattered me. On the other hand, I guess the Bread Exchange is … Read More

MalinDer Berliner Stil

It is back – The Moonraker Sourdough!

It has been a while, 3 years to be precise, since I made you the Moonraker sourdough. A sourdough with my favorite dirty yellow tones inspired by the Bond movie from 1979. The idea was brought to me through a trade in Antwerp. This is my post about the Bread from 2010. Try for yourself, I would have 2 loafs … Read More

MalinIt is back – The Moonraker Sourdough!

I like Poland. And Polish people must like Bread.

The other week there was a story about the Bread Exchange in the weekend issue Wysokie Obcasy (high heels) of the main daily Polish Newspaper . If you can read polish, you will find the article here —> Wysokie Obcasy. It is a second very good Polish publication about the project which surprised me (see SMAK here). Bread must really be playing an … Read More

MalinI like Poland. And Polish people must like Bread.

Where I like to hide away II

Metohi Kindelis is a almost 400 year old farm which is today turned into 3 very private apartments. Every apartment has its own secret garden with pool and they is absolutely completely private. There are different advantages in every apartment so it all depends on your needs and likings. I choose to stay in the one with the wildest garden since … Read More

MalinWhere I like to hide away II

Where I hide away

In the latest issue of the German Harper’s Bazaar they asked me for my favorite hide away. I answered Metohi Kindelis on Crete. Since the article is not really an article, rather a note, and on top of that it is in German, the upcoming days I thought I give you some pictures from this just stunning place. The House … Read More

MalinWhere I hide away

Charcoal bread for Polish Illustrators

This Weekend starts Illustrative Festival in Berlin. On saturday is the Polish day and the Illo foundation from Warsaw asked me if I would like to trade some  of my charcoal bread so they could to serve it to you at their exhibition. A perfect match that I never thought of myself. If you are not up to date of … Read More

MalinCharcoal bread for Polish Illustrators

I went down at 1 and up at 5

I have been baking for Nike. And for you. Come and eat my Bread with butter and Bergkäs at VOO today, Oranienstrasse 24. Be early if you are hungry. I will be there from 11-13. I’ll be drinking a lot of coffee, and I’d be happy to see you. (btw. Shantanu from Pixeltrade will be there too) BRUNCH NIKE AIR … Read More

MalinI went down at 1 and up at 5

The Pixel Trade

This morning my friend Sarah brought me a box of Mangos from Pakistan. You know these really sweet and tasty ones that are flown in directly and therefore has the freshest taste as if you we eating them on a blanket under the tree they were picked from. Her father had send them to her, and one box she shared … Read More

MalinThe Pixel Trade

I was tempted to pour it over my tank.

You think this soup is pretty? Then wait until you tried it. The taste i sublime. It was served during a hot afternoon after the Wedding ceremony at my friends Marysia and Tymek in Warsaw. Pretty Pretty. You know I have a special liking for Polish soups. Or, rather, the sour corner or the Polish soup culture. The way to … Read More

MalinI was tempted to pour it over my tank.