Oversized, kind of worn out stuff was in a few decades ago, and now it's back. Thrifting is the perfect opportunity to combine some nice 21st century leggings and chunky boots with an old overall. Fitting into the trend usually means going to the right store buying the right thing wearing it the way you're supposed to. Thrift shopping is different. You can be part of trends in your very own way, because the pieces you buy won't be found at every second corner. Your jacket mig
Serves 3-4 14 small beetroots
1 can of coconut milk
2 tbsp paprika
1 tbsp cilantro
2 tsp basil
2 tsp cinnamon Wash beetroots and boil them for about an hour or until they’re soft.
Take the beetroots off the stove and peel them.
Mash beetroots with an electric mixer and put them back on a warm stove. Add coconut milk, spice and mix.
Heat the soup for a few minutes and serve together with marinated beans. Marinated beans 1 carton bean-mix (285 g)
2 tbs balsamico
As fond lovers of all foods vegan, coming across an ad for VegFestUK London on Facebook some weeks ago gave my friend and I a similar reaction as a perfect birthday gift. The ad promised us hundreds of stalls presenting vegan goodies, copious amounts of food, a wide selection of speeches as well as the company of thousands of fellow vegans. The event was held in Olympia London this weekend and is said to have gathered together 13500 visitors and 1400 workers to discuss, exper
Here we are, friends enjoying nature in our cute vintage swimsuits.
The patterns are adorable, the one on the left with check pattern and the black one with floral prints on the front. They are quite comfortable and have a different shape than new ones.
Swimsuits can be quite expensive if of high quality. These are, and because they were bought at a thrift store, they were about 10 times less expensive.
Swimsuits are made from nylon and elastane. These materials are made t
Yellow Curry with Carrots, Broccoli and Rice RICE INGREDIENTS 1 cup medium- or long-grain rice — white or brown 2 cups water 1/2 Tsp salt 1 Tbsp butter or olive oil RICE PREPARATION Measure the rice and water: For most rice, use a 1:2 ratio of one cup of rice to two cups of water. Measure a half cup of uncooked rice per person Bring the water to a boil: Bring the water to boil in a saucepan. Add the rice: When the water has come to a boil, stir in the rice, salt, and olive oi
If you're into getting around the world and seeing things, you probably don't only want your wardrobe to be stylish for the pictures you'll be taking. There are many other aspects like comfort and convertibility for both combining differently and dressing appropriately for any kind of occasion. That's one of the many amazing reasons to thrift shop. You don't buy stuff categorised as "basic" or "business" or "casual". You buy what you like and wear it how you want. It's your c
The October wind is blowing red and yellow leaves across the grey sky as you stroll home from this year’s first fall Monday. How could you possibly end this day better than with a hot pumpkin soup for dinner, served in a pumpkin? So get your fall mood ready and try out this delicious recipe! INGREDIENTS -600 g pumpkin -1 Tbs butter -150 ml white wine -1l vegetable stock -100 ml heavy cream -Salt & pepper to taste -Parsley or chives -Hollowed-out pumpkin PREPARATION Cut the pu