and the winners are...


Thank you all for participating in the game. This early morning random.org picked 2 winners! I'm always curious and can't wait to announce the winners.

Winner 1:


Is Ellen who wrote Superschattig! I love them!

Congrats Ellen!

Winner 2:


Is Sofie Babczuk!

A big bravo!

You both will receive an e-mail very soon requesting for both your addresses. And I will sent your presents very soon.




Winactie - Free goodies - Winactie - Give Away !!

So for all you guys who click on the Like button at the right top corner from facebook or leave a message on this post you can win this item:



These are 12 adorable hello kitty cupcake wrappers. You can get them for 3.95 € in my shop @ http://www.misuno.be but when you click on the Like button at the right top corner from facebook or leave a message on this blog post you can be the winner of this adorable set of cupcake wrappers.

I'll be giving 2 items so there will be 2 winners!

Within 2 weeks on Wednesday the 28th of September I will be announcing the winners who will be picked via random.org.

You can increase your chances by clicking on the like button and leaving a message as well. But you can only leave one message per e-mail address.


Good luck darlings!!



Taiji fotoshoot

Last Sunday we had a fotoshoot with some people from the taiji club The wushu family. I made the website for the club btw (o;

It was a fun Sunday afternoon and I received already a few foto's. They look amazingly good!! Wauw. And so professional! So let me share them with you:

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Morrocan Gazelle horns



Ingredients for 16 pastries
- 440 ml (1 3/4 cups) flour
- 2 tbsp. melted butter
- 2 tbsp. orange flower water
- 2 large egg yolks, beaten
- A pinch of salt
- Icing sugar
Almond paste
- 500 ml (2 cups) finely ground almonds
- 250 ml (1 cup) icing sugar
- 2 tbsp. orange flower water
- 2 tbsp. melted butter
- 2 egg yolks, beaten
- 1/2 tsp. cinnamon
Making the almond paste
  1. Combine all the ingredients for the almond paste in a bowl until smooth and creamy; divide the paste into 16 pieces;
  2. take each piece and roll it between your hands to make a cylinder about 7 cm (2 3/4") long; repeat until you have rolled out all 16 portions.

Making the pastry

  1. Combine the flour and salt;
  2. place the melted butter, orange flower water and one egg yolk in a bowl; add the flour and salt mixture; mix, adding enough cold water to form a soft dough;
  3. knead the dough for about 10 minutes until elastic;
  4. place on a floured work surface and roll out to a very thin rectangle; cut into strips 7.5 (3") wide;
  5. lay a cylinder of almond paste on each strip of pastry, 2 cm (1") from the edge, spacing them 3 cm (1 1/2") apart;
  6. moisten the other side of the pastry strip with a pastry brush; fold the strip in half to enclose the almond paste and press all around the filling to seal;
  7. with a fluted pastry wheel, cut each pastry into a half circle, pushing in the right side to form a crescent;
  8. place on a buttered and floured baking sheet; brush with the remaining egg yolk combined with a few drops of water;
  9. bake in a 180°C oven for 12 to 16 minutes or until lightly golden;
  10. remove from the oven; cool; sprinkle with icing sugar and serve.


The winner of the previous Give Away

Do you see this blogpost coloring rouge of shame?

In March I held a give away with 2 presents where only 1 person reacted. I still have the present nr2 which I got from bentoshop hence after all this time Random.org announced the second winner!

Removing the first winner and person who didn't react I still had 26 candidates.

Random.org has chosen number 15 which is Kastaarke.


And this was her message:


Juij!!! I luv it when this gifts can make kids happy!!

So Dear Kastaarke, you can expect this gift soon in your mailbox!!








Most cutest

So you can see I added a new link at the left side on my blog under "blogjes die ik graag lees".

Most cutest has a blog and a shop with lotsa adventurous and kawaii stories. I mentioned her before, Marjet but I want to mention her again as she made a journey through Asia which seemed to be very excited.

Read her stories! It's in Dutch so for all the dutchess'es among us (o;





yang food

ok it's summer, but not here apparently.

So I made a stew-like winter dish with cabbage, sunflowerseeds, briefly stir fried in sesame oil and oyster sauce. (I luuuuv the taste of sesame oil!) A large part of oyster sauce is caramel hence very sweet. Lamb with rosemary and garlic in the oven and mashed sweet potato.