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Here is the breakfast for you today my dear friends~~ hope you like it~~ hehe... for Australian friends.. it might be a bit too late... :-P
الإقتصاص اللي فوق متعمد
لآن فيه صوره كامله من هذي بنزلها بعدها بإذن الله =)
تابعوني ع الإنستقرام
Last saturday my friends and I had a doll meeting and we swapped some gifts, drawings and sweets! *-*
I did this set of placemats to a friend who is making a doll bakery. I also sewed an apron and a kerchief for her baker doll, but I didn't have time to take photos. ^_^'
No último sábado fizemos um encontrinho e amigo secreto de presentes para as dolls, desenhos e doces! *-*
Fiz esse jogo americano para a Anamaria, que está montando uma padaria para as dolls. Também costurei um avental e um lenço de cabelo pra doll padeira dela, mas não tive tempo de fotografar. ^_^'
Taken for Our Daily Challenge: curved or curled
Saturday mornings is a big breakfast day at our house. It is the only morning we are all together as a family so it has become a tradition - and apparently even well known amongst my kids friends!! When my kids have a Friday night sleepover, their guest shares our Saturday morning feast along with us and one time my daughters friends were all talking and comparing about how great Mrs. Jefferies' breakfasts are. Haha! Today's breakfast consisted of homemade pancakes, bacon, toast, scrambled eggs (for the kids) and a veggie and cheese omelet for me and Gary. It was all delicious. You are welcome to join us anytime. ;)
We ate breakfast at Lavanta's, sitting outside, so we could watch the markets come to life.
Simit and cheese, olives, yoghurt and honeycomb, cucumber and tomato, and Turkish tea, but my favourite was young pistachio nuts in syrup. Scarves fluttered in the cool of the morning breeze, giant ships made their way silently up the Bosphorus.
We sat and watched the world go by ... and drank more tea.
Breakfast at Lavanta's,
Breakfast at Ortokoy,
Breakfast in Istanbul,
Breakfast in Turkey.
Oh how I miss my breakfasts in Turkey.
This series of photos show the Cafe de Belem, in Lisbon, where the famous "pasteis de Belem" are made with "segret receipt" ...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pastel_de_nat a is dedicated to Anne (Pointer 007) who loves these delicious cakes.(and all those who have a sweet tooth) - a virtual breakfast in Lisbon, Portugal.
A "must" stop for anyone who visits Lisbon, is situated near the Jerominos and is both full of turists as well as locals who sit drinking their coffe and eating their "pasteis".... It was also chosen by the EU as the Dessert representing Portugal.
Wishing all a wonderfull weekend and a nice week.
Sorry to all my contacts if I do not comment as usual still on and off xx bb
A bit bored with photography so I resorted to taking a picture of my breakfast this morning!
creamy baked eggs with vanilla cardamom french toast ♥
thank you ♥
بروجكت جماعي عن الفطور
بما انو اول بروجكت جماعي بالنسبه لي
فراعو المبتدئه الي بين محترفين
بأرائكم وانتقاداتكم ارتقي ♥
- ساره الدوسري