Have a browse through the photos and let me know how much you think the property is listed for!
Ah – spring flowers are the best, aren’t they? I haven’t regularly bought¬†flowers over the winter, but now that spring is here, I won’t be able to stop! The Kitchener and St. Jacobs markets always have a great selection, and it’s not unusual to see my market bag filled more with¬†flowers than food. Last week, I bought yellow tulips and they’re still looking lovely. Here are five white tulip flower arrangements that I think would be easy to replicate.
via Bored Fast Food
white tulip arrangement, Style¬†Me Pretty
via Vintage Interior
Have a happy weekend, everyone.
After several years of planning, Oscar Farinetti, Mario Batali, and Lidia and Joe Bastianich partnered together to open Eataly in Manhattan in August 2010. Eataly is a space to shop for, to eat and to learn about delicious Italian food. According to the Eataly manifesto, food unites us all, brings us all together, and the source of the greatest joy is what happens around the dinner table. Indeed.
If you have already paid a visit to this immense food emporium, then you will have wandered around in amazement. Only steps from the Flatiron building, Eataly is an incredible source of authentic Italian food products and it encourages a very lively atmosphere (kind of reminds me of loud family dinners, actually). Although I found many of the products to be¬† over-priced, Eataly remains one of the few places, if not the only one, to carry such a variety of true Italian eats!
Today I am sharing with you five photos from Eataly that my mom and I took on one of our most recent visits to NYC. For us, and hopefully for you, these photos are great reminders of Italy.
How lucky are those New Yorkers who get to experience Eataly on a regular basis?
Photos by Jordana and FG. Pasta photo courtesy of Eataly.
Love this little trolley for¬†a trip to the¬†market.
Image courtesy of Summerill & Bishop.