Happy Monday, dear readers! I've had a very productive weekend in which I took the first step into the quest for learning to make my own cupcakes. I made muffins. By now you should know that the recipes that you'll find here are for us to learn together: you and I. Therefore, all of them are easy, quick and delicious (obviously ;)). Perfect for those who like to cook but don't have much time or for new learners. Do you need another reason to love this recipe? Well, you can add pretty much anything to it! Chocolate chips, berries, nuts...you name it.
I'm an extremely organized person and I try to keep my blog as organized as possible too. However, some weeks I find myself jumping from some topic to another which seems to mirror ramblings of my mind. Let me explain myself. The original idea was to do 3 posts every week: a recipe, a fashion post and a travel post. Keeping up with that schedule is easy during the holidays but not so much when you have a day job. On weeks like this I end up blogging about memories that come to mind. Today I'm going back to the beautiful city of Luzern in Switzerland.
Happy Sunday, sweeties! I hope you are enjoying the weekend. Today, we continue our tour in search of Don Quixote. Our next stop is another town "Somwhere in La Mancha...". Almagro, heart of La Mancha and one of Spain's most historic towns, where every street tells a story.
Roscon de Reyes is a traditional Spanish ring-shaped cake baked for the festival of Epiphany at the end of the Christmas season. It is commemorated on January 6 and celebrates the visit of the Magi to the Christ Child.
"Somewhere in La Mancha, in a place whose name I do not care to remember..." These are the first words of Don Quixote, a book widely considered as being the first modern novel. It is also thought by many as one of the greatest books ever written.