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Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays!

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Christmas is over and I cannot believe this year’s waving us goodbye. It was a great year, full of ups and downs but overall a one to remember. It was a special year for “our pack” as well – we got to spend our first skiing holidays with our vizsla boy, went camping in Istria and Dalmatia, celebrated Oto’s 1st b-day and so much more …

Cheers!

Cheers!

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Last week we attended my favourite wine festival! Vinski Univerzum was happening in Grand Hotel Union in Ljubljana for the second time and yet again it was a such a fun experience. It’s basically a wine tasting event, gathering many slovenian wine makers and young generations to learn, experience and enjoy in an amazing wine selection …

Tomato soup

Tomato soup

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I stopped counting how many times have I made this soup over the last month or so. It’s been a favourite for a while, so it felt apropriate to share this simple recipe – though most of my friends and family have already seen it on my Instagram or Snapchat, heard me talking about it or even tried it out when visiting. I love it, it’s a great soup and honestly, I’m not even a big tomato fan …

Double fun.

Double fun.

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Mendi was on her first proper holidays in Ljubljana this week – so now we do have an idea of how it’s like to own two dogs in a small appartment in the city. It’s a lot of fun but yes, It’s also a little bit crazy. First of all, Oto is not very mature jet so it was like having two puppies. Plus, they are a rather different energy-level dogs …

Meet Mendi.

Meet Mendi.

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On Oto’s 1st b-day, my mom and dad brought home a new puppy! Sometimes it seems like she’s been a b-day gift for our tawny tail, because he’s too happy to have another pup to play with. Mendi is actualy an early b-day present for our mum, who’s turning 50 in November. She wanted another furry family companion, to be exact – she wanted a cocker spaniel …

Summer of pies.

Summer of pies.

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It’s a rainy August day, my vizsla boy is sleeping on the sofa and even the second cup of coffee doesn’t seem to help. So when I feel uninspired like that I often find myself in the kitchen, baking. I don’t know why, it cheers me up, helps me get back into the rythm – and not to forget, satisfies my sweet tooth. This summer I love pies …