Mette Marie Viscor

Mette Marie Viscor

I am a lover af tea, life, great organic food and adventures :-) ooopps... forgot chocolate... but I consider that food though.. ;-)
Mette Marie Viscor
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Thought this was a cute idea .. They could use it with the bicycle at the tea room:)

Thought this was a cute idea .. They could use it with the bicycle at the tea room:)

Coconut Milk Dairy-Free Yogurt

Coconut Milk Dairy-Free Yogurt

Helms Bakery trucks used to cruise through our neighborhoods selling sinfully good baked goods. I remember them from 1950's-'60's in the Los Angeles and Orange County, California areas.

Helms Bakery trucks used to cruise through our neighborhoods selling sinfully good baked goods. I remember them from 1950's-'60's in the Los Angeles and Orange County, California areas.

L.A. Helms Bakery Truck  Culver City 1948-We had a Helms sign you put in your window when you wanted him to stop.  Fresh doughnuts!

L.A. Helms Bakery Truck Culver City 1948-We had a Helms sign you put in your window when you wanted him to stop. Fresh doughnuts!

Self Initiated Project - Mamas Little Bakery: 1950s style kitchen

Self Initiated Project - Mamas Little Bakery: 1950s style kitchen

Mid Century Cake Carrier - Vintage Mirro Aluminum Locking 1950s - Shabby Chic Metal Bakery Keeper

Mid Century Cake Carrier - Vintage Mirro Aluminum Locking 1950s - Shabby Chic Metal Bakery Keeper

Mid Century Cake Carrier - Vintage Mirro Aluminum Locking 1950s - Shabby Chic Metal Bakery Keeper

Mid Century Cake Carrier - Vintage Mirro Aluminum Locking 1950s - Shabby Chic Metal Bakery Keeper

Pie Crust Crimper, Vintage Rustic Metal Crimper, 50s Pie Crust Cripmer, Vintage Bakery Items, Bakers Gift, Kitchen Tools  - Vintage 1950s

Pie Crust Crimper, Vintage Rustic Metal Crimper, 50s Pie Crust Cripmer, Vintage Bakery Items, Bakers Gift, Kitchen Tools - Vintage 1950s

1950s vintage FROSTY PINEAPPLE PIE Retro Kitchen BLUE Yellow FOOD Bakery Cook Ad

1950s vintage FROSTY PINEAPPLE PIE Retro Kitchen BLUE Yellow FOOD Bakery Cook Ad

Boulangerie Poilâne In 1932, Pierre Poilâne, a young baker from Normandy, opened his first shop on the rue du  Cherche-midi. A few years later, he invented a round loaf that revolutionised the industry. The  bread stayed fresh longer and could be cut into large slices to make the famous 'tartines'.  Decades later, the round loaf is still the best-seller and its fabrication remains the same.

Boulangerie Poilâne In 1932, Pierre Poilâne, a young baker from Normandy, opened his first shop on the rue du Cherche-midi. A few years later, he invented a round loaf that revolutionised the industry. The bread stayed fresh longer and could be cut into large slices to make the famous 'tartines'. Decades later, the round loaf is still the best-seller and its fabrication remains the same.