What you need:
300 g flour 200 g beet sugar 1 pkg baking powder juice and peel of 1 lemon 100 ml sunflower oil 150 ml water 300 g soy quark 200 g powdered sugar 150 ml coconut oil
Preheat the oven to 175°C, mix the flour, the sugar, the baking powder, the lemon and the sunflower oil together, put it in a 18cm springform pan and bake it for 30 minutes. Let it cool off.
Mix the quark, the powdered sugar and the coconut oil and let it sit for one hour in the freezer. Then put it on the cake and decorate it with almonds, coconut flakes and amaranth.
Spiegelbilder und Sonnenstreifen auf dem kalten Asphalt Durch goldene Gitterstäbe wird das Leben kurz erblinzelt
Iron & Wine - Such Great Heights They will see us waving from such great heights Come down now, they'll say But everything looks perfect from far away
But everything looks perfect from far away
Maybe if I could write words like Sherlock Holmes solves any crime - it would be easier. Maybe if I could believe that what I am doing is right.
Even the shadows and fruit and thoughts can’t fill my head entirely. There is always some blank spot left nothing can fill. It is there that all these anxieties are born and they live there all day long and when they are bored with themselves they come looking for me and usually they do find me.
goodbye old room//one year of living alone//first snow//rocket temporary tattoos//coffee with my oxygen//cake on the balcony//sunlight through stripes//
As you may or may not have seen on my Instagram, I took part in Potter Week, started by the lovely Taryn Knight. She gave us some lovely prompts, one for each day till the 31st of July (Harry’s Birthday). Here are my illustrations:
I just wanted to drop by and tell you some of my favourite documentaries. I haven’t watched a lot of them, but here are the ones that touched me the most: