Sweet Home – Tips of the week – Living beautifully with children and cooking for guests

Sweet Home – Tips of the week – Living beautifully with children and cooking for guests

Good life with children and cooking for guests

Collecting ceramics and posting flowers?  It also works with small children.  Photo: Rita Palanikumar for Sweet Home

do you know that Newsletter “Sweet at home”? Every Friday afternoon, I accompany you until the weekend. In addition to the latest blog posts of the week, you will also receive many personal suggestions. Today you can find the newsletter for once not only in the email inbox, but also here in the blog. If you like the advice and discoveries and want to subscribe to the newsletter, You can do it here. It appears weekly on Fridays at 4 p.m. — and is free.

It’s nice to immerse yourself in other worlds and it helps to understand things better and to see things differently. Openness makes life more interesting. We also regularly open the doors of different people’s homes with our home stories. Last week we visited a young family in the Zurich district of Wiedikon, where a lot is currently changing. I also think it’s high time to open your own house and invite friends over for dinner more often. how easy it is read here.

Sincerely,
Marianne Kohler Nizamuddin

Visit a young Zurich family

A Family on the Move: Welcome to Julia von Meiss and George Tomlin's apartment in the Old Building.  Photo: Rita Palanikumar for Sweet Home

How about red accents?

Brightness: A red carpet in the living room.  Photo via: The Socialite Family

Invite friends again

It always accompanies large or small invitations: good pasta.  Photo via: The Original Dish

Shop better

You don't need to master a fancy technique to cook something good: but it does take good, honest ingredients.

Recipe of the week: spring bowl

Do you want to quickly taste something particularly delicious and spring-like?  Then this sophisticated bowl is a good idea.

Mix a vinaigrette with 1 tbsp white balsamic vinegar, 1/2 tbsp honey, 1/2 tbsp mustard, 2 tbsp olive oil and a pinch of salt in a mixing bowl. jam. Add the dressing to the bowl and garnish with slivers of toasted almonds or pine nuts and crumbled feta.

Why not …

… capture a bit of spring?

discoveries of the week

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