This week I decided to do something a little different for inspiration Wednesday. Let’s be honest I haven’t had time to reach out to the artist I want to share with you and as it is important for me to get their permission it will have to wait.
If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook (the personal profile) you know by now that I love cooking. I’ve start cooking at a young age making supper for the family, watching cooking show and reading all the cooking book I could put my hands on. I love to eat and cooking calm my mind. The type of cooking I do changed with the years, these days I’m all about non process food and cooking all that I eat myself, as much as I can. Not really a diet but to better control what enter my body, but I diverge, how do I find inspiration in a kitchen? Creating a meal is exactly like painting you need to mix all the right flavours and colours in order to create a plate that not only will be delicious but will also look good. (ok the delicious part is not like painting but you get the point) When I have a blockage in the studio I have a tendency to spend a lot of time in the kitchen trying new recipe. It calm me so much that inspiration for new projects flows into my mind with ease. Whether you eat with friend or in the studio ( I do that a lot) make you plate colourful and appetizing. Feeding your body the right nutrients will keep the inspirations coming!
Eating healthy should never be boring.
Here some food picts I took along the way this years to keep you inspire or hungry.
To celebrate the year that will soon come to an end I leave you with the recipe of my new favourite drink. I created it to serve to my friends on christmas eve.
Cucumber/ginger/lime margarita to celebrate this holiday season!
- 2 greek cucumber (the tiny ones)
- the juice of one lime
- one onze of ginger sirup
- one onze of tequila (i use Sauza blue)
-1/2 onze of lemoncello
-about a cup of ice
crush everything in a blender (magic bullet works wonder)
garnish with lime zest / lime and cucumber slice and some frozen cranberries for a festive touch!