When your outdoor space is of the larger kind, it could be advantageous to divide it into sections. Plan your terrace in the same way as you would plan a room indoors. You might want a dining area in one part adjacent to serving areas and a barbecue area for outdoor cooking.
If your balcony is of the larger kind, you’ll probably have space for more furniture. Maybe even matching chairs and sofa or why not sun loungers. Use trellises or folding screens to create a cosy feel and privacy.
If you have a small outdoor space, utilise the space wisely. Don’t clutter it with too much furniture or the balcony will become difficult to use. You might want to fit a lot in, but don’t really have the space. That’s when it’s important to think about your priorities. What would you like to focus on?
Egg coloring is super-lovely. And using natural color pigments (from e.g. red cabbage, red onion and turmeric) makes it even lovlier. Check out what you need, how to use natural color pigments and tips on how to personalize the eggs with the help of our Dymo label maker and white pen.
Enamel dishes are a newly discovered, old favorite. We have launched a serie of enamelled dishes and cans with lids that make them perfect for food storing. And also perfect to bring with on the Spring and Summer's picnics and potlocks!
With a bunch of lovely dips and dressings at home, you can always tie together and spice up any meal. My tip is to always mix double batches when you are still running so you have for the whole week. Here, Therese Elgquist shares with us three of her favorite recipes; Beetroot hummus, carrot and white bean cream with almond butter and Za'atar and peanut dressing.
With small simple tricks you can make the food even more nutritious. In addition, I think it feels nice and is good that some parts of the cooking take time, in an everyday life where everything is usually available immediately.