As time goes by – July

I can’t believe it, another month went by. Time flies, but I’m getting better at those monthly posts, I didn’t think I will get to third month!

Instagram

My instagram photo got featured by Vsco_urban! It’s nice to be appreciated.
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Summer

I’m always surprised how easy it is to do something offline in summer. We see friends more often, we finally made to cinema and saw “Chef”, have you seen it? It’s a perfect foodie movie. It’s summery, it’s not intellectual, but still fun, music makes you dance and the food shots are so gorgeous.

Fashionable veggies

I took Tomek for a meal at a vegetarian pop-up restaurant The Hare. Taking a meat eater for a veggie meal is brave in my opinion, I was afraid it will go bad and we will need to stop by to get some food afterwards, but it actually turned out delicious. Fermented kombucha tea, a big board of buckwheat, veggies, bread and delicious spreads + biscotti with chocolate mint tea. I wouldn’t mind to have lunch like this everyday. And I forgot to mention that we’ve met lovely Rincy.
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France

We went to France for the Bastille Day, we visited Versaille, Provins (soon on the blog), ate at the Bouillon Chartier, watched the best fireworks from Montparnasse (maybe I didn’t have a view like this, but it was pretty awesome).

Question

I thought I will ask you a question, what do you like to read about on my blog? Food, travel, Polish food only, random stuff like this? Don’t be shy, tell me.

4 thoughts on “As time goes by – July

    • I’ve only learnt about it seeing a trailer in the movies, no posters in the city or anything. It’s really fun summer film. Just eat something before watching it!

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  1. I like reading what comes from your mind! Be it food related or not – you are an interesting person with a kind soul and that comes across in your writing…and obviously thats very nice to read! (i WILL email you soon….life gets in the way!)-Amielia

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    • Thank you Amielia. Damn life! I can’t wait to hear your story about living in the trees in Poland 🙂 And I hope you will visit Ikea one day 🙂

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